Industrial hemp is the cannabis plant that can be used to make all sorts of products.
It is a type of marijuana that has not been used in the United States since 1937.
It was first grown in Colorado and Oregon, but it was brought to the United State by a Mexican immigrant, José Manuel de Orellana.
Industrial hemp was first cultivated for its fiber, which was used to rope and bind rope for ropemaking.
Hemp has been grown throughout North America for thousands of years and is currently the second-largest crop on the planet after cotton.
It has a high percentage of cannabidiol (CBD), the active ingredient in cannabis.
Industrial Hemp Farming is a legal growing industry in the state of Colorado, and the largest hemp production facility is in Denver.
According to the National Hemp Industry Association, the industrial hemp industry is expected to grow to $1.8 billion by 2019, with the state’s cannabis industry accounting for $1 billion of that.
The marijuana industry is growing, too, with a growing number of marijuana businesses in the states of Washington, Colorado, Oregon, and California.
There are currently more than 1,600 industrial hemp facilities across the United Kingdom, which are growing marijuana for medical and industrial uses.
One of the first hemp farming operations to open in the U.K. was on the outskirts of Leicester, in the English countryside.
The U.S. was the first country in the world to legalize industrial hemp farming, and in 2009, President Obama signed into law the Industrial Hemp Production Act.
The bill, which made hemp the official agricultural crop of the United Stated, has since been reauthorized and expanded numerous times.
In addition to hemp, industrial hemp is being used to grow other crops.
There is a growing list of other plants that have been cultivated in the form of hemp that have medicinal and industrial properties.
There’s also a growing field of research into how hemp and other agricultural crops are being used in industrial hemp production, with scientists and entrepreneurs trying to identify the best varieties of crops to grow in the fields.
The Industrial Hemp Food and Fiber Act was passed by Congress in 2012, and was designed to provide financial support for the research into the industrial uses of hemp.
Since the bill passed, the U