3 primary industrial hemp crops
Most farmers banking in on the legal changes brought about via the 2018 farm bill are focusing on the production of CBD oil. Fiber and grain production crops, on the other hand, are more like traditional grain crops, such as corn and wheat.
The Miracle Plant – Hemp Solution
Hemp is biomass crop which absorbs co2 at higher rates than non-biomass crops. One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb 22 tones of CO2 per hectare When biomass crops are used for fuel it releases CO2.
Hemp also removes toxins and radioactive chemicals from the soil!
Hemp is an excellent insulation material, so absorbed CO2 will be trapped in the building while using hemp for pallet. Sequestering up to 22 tones of CO2 stored per hectare, during the 3-4 month growth cycle.
BRT is taking carbon from the air and ground and storing it in industrial products
Deals with primary production through the improvement of biomass crops
To valorize waste streams and fix residual carbon as biochar in the soil, hence creating a carbon-negative cycle.
Deals with the conversion of biomass into products and energy