Over 600,000 acres of hemp
are grown world wide with
almost 10,000 acres grown
600,000 Acres worldwide
In 2002, hemp sales were
estimated to be US$500
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Industrial Hemp Farming and Production
Industrial hemp farming and production was once a source of economic vitality within the
United States. This industry has been dormant for over 60 years, until now. The State of
Colorado has issued a special phytoremediation permit; and, in 2013 Rocky Mountain Hemp
will begin their process of planting, farming and producing industrial organic hemp. Rocky
Mountain Hemp will be the first since the early 1950’s to produce a crop of industrial hemp.
Colorado Senate Bill 13-241
With passage of Colorado Senate bill SB 13-241, Rocky Mountain Hemp will proceed with full
fledged hemp farming operations in Baca County, CO to implement to the greatest potential,
all of the benefits that the hemp plant has to offer to the U.S. economy, health and well being.
It is important to note that the Hemp plant is naturally pest resistant, so does not need
pesticides, fungicides, or herbicides and uses minimal fertilization.
Further Benefits of Hemp Farming
When used in crop rotation, hemp revitalizes the soil that it is grown in by releasing carbon
dioxide into which cause aeration of the soil. Crops always do better when they follow hemp.
Rocky Mountain Hemp, Inc is ready to show and assist the American farmers the process of
cultivating a highly profitable crop of industrial organic hemp.
Because the hemp canopy grows tall and does so rapidly, there is virtually no weed control
necessary when farming hemp.
Between 2005 and 2008,
hemp food sales have grown
over 47% annually. This
makes hemp one of the
fastest growing among natural