Canadian Firm Introduces Carbon Credits for Hemp

Canadian Firm Introduces Carbon Credits for Hemp

Western Canada is the leading North American hemp producing region.  As Canadian operators become more reliant on entrenched hemp trade flows, government efforts will increasingly support growth in the sector.  Hemp is a win politically.  Boosting on-farm income is already win, but industrial hemp offers other advantages to producers.

Carbon credits have the potential to make hemp production more economically attractive, while improving soils measurably.  Ag-Tech company

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based in Calgary , Alberta announced a strategic partnership today with UK-based Hemp Carbon Standard.

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