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Pennsylvania Hemp Industry Council added 13 new photos — with Les Stark.
Today we baled up 5 acres of hemp in Lehigh. The hemp was taken to a storage facility owned by Lehigh University. Studies will be done to research the anti-microbial properties of the fiber as well as something called "light harvesting" for quantum dots to be used in nanosheet technology and possibly some other space age applications as well. ... See MoreSee Less
Susan RoehmHemp Hill Road in the Alburtis area was rich with fields owned by early Lithuanian settlers who were amazing hemp farmers. And then it became illegal. Fields vanished and development ugly'd the region. 😔 How great to turn back the hands of time!4 weeks ago · 1
Pennsylvania Hemp Industry Council was live. ... See MoreSee Less
Ryan Hollingsworthglad to see you finally getting to be hands on, Les Stark has a really cool book he put out on hemp in pa , check it out and get yourself a copy...4 weeks ago · 4
Randy S. McLemoreOn the contrary Bary Mennette...our "STRONG" ancestors. They knew of nothing else. To them this was life from cradle to the grave. I can see something like this being hooked up to a water or wind driven device to speed things up though. Very cool nonetheless.2 weeks ago
Kia RichI guess hemp is not the same as marijuana. Doesn't look like any stalks I've seen lately 🙂3 weeks ago
Pennsylvania Hemp Industry Council added 4 new photos.
Happy to be at the DVIR Manufacturing conference with Jefferson U showcasing hemp for manufacturing 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
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