Wednesday, May 25, 2016

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#KyotoHempForum is a virtual whole earth project, with online forums leading up to and on July 2, 2016 under the hashtag #KyotoHempForum, and physical delegates attending from five of the six continents across Planet Earth.

No matter in which region or country you live, what jobs or businesses you are involved in, whether you are rich, or poor, or whatsoever, the changes you are facing from global industrial pollution are real. As long as we depend on toxic energy that is killing us, there is no sustainable future.

It is time to be utilize Hemp as the leading biomass energy provider. 

It is time to be aware that Hemp is such a versatile plant that it could be a viable substitute for fossil fuels,synthetic fibers, tree-based papers, and processed food proteins, which cause global environmental ramifications of unquantified proportions. 

It is time to utilize Hemp as a viable substitute for deforestation. Every species is endangered by exigency levels of oxygen caused by the destruction of the forests, which provide the oxygen needed by animals and people across the planet.
It IS Time For Hemp.

At #KyotoHempForum on July 2, 2016 from 10 am - 7 pm, delegates from around the globe, will gather at KICC (Kyoto International Conference Center)where the Kyoto Protocol was originally signed in 1997 acknowledging our international and planetary responsibilities to the environment; and where the 2003 World Water Forum was held; for The First Annual "International Hemp Environmental Forum" to:
1) Raise awareness of the value of Hemp in comparison to other biomass resources worldwide; while advocating for its legal use and research;2) Discuss implementation strategies involving Hemp as a sustainable solution;3) Share Information and Knowledge about Cannabis Hemp with cooperation and compassion;

What author Chris Conrad predicted in his book, "HEMP: Lifeline to The Future" has been realized; especially with the utilization of Hemp in spots of Europe and the Americas. Research and development have advanced, but this is not enough. When the issues are global, the solutions must be global, and solutions that can be implemented worldwide. Chris Conrad has authorized the use of his book title"Hemp: Lifeline To The Future" as our Inaugural theme and we encourage the presentations of International white papers, both live, and online; that show Hemp as an impactful solution and a "Lifeline To The Future".

This is the reason we will unite in Kyoto on July 2, 2016 and virtually from all around the globe, to discuss solutions and have your voice be heard regardless of affiliation or nation.

The time for Hemp is NOW, not later, when it would be too late.

Each country has its own legal issues and conditions with regard to the cultivation and decortication of Cannabis Hemp, the plant bearing the scientific designation Cannabis Sativa, L.

Fortunately, we can all be heroes and heroines in our own Heroes' Journeys for the real truths about Cannabis Hemp. We CAN work together. 

We Wish For 2ndof July 2016, in Kyoto, Japan, to make environmental history as a continuing way to discuss sustainable solutions throughout the world, encouraging survival of the planet through renewable natural resources, specifically, Cannabis Hemp, as a solution for fuel, fiber, paper, protein, nutrition and medicine; as well as the phytoremediation of toxic air, water, and soil in contaminated areas of various industrial pollutants of alarming concern that no one seems to want to take responsibility for cleaning up, yet are affecting the worlds' food and water supplies.

It is important for Hemp to be implemented wherever it is not prohibited, and wherever it is already growing, it must be protected from eradication and its production and usage expanded.

We are honored that this movement starts from this island nation of Japan where we find evidence of the good people having cultivated and used Hemp for over 10,000 years, thus having a lot of experience, knowledge, and wisdom towards the ways of sustainability.

But even here, with such a long history of using it, after a seventy-year-long ban, the people are forgetting all of the knowledge plus the methods and wisdom contained within. For us here locally, the time is NOW, not later. We cannot leave it to the next generation to preserve and archive the Truths of the many uses of the Cannabis Hemp plant, or all of the knowledge may be lost forever.

With new sophisticated ideas and innovative technology combined with traditional knowledge and wisdom towards sustainability, we really can implement Hemp farming and manifest the sustainable future that is offered to us in Chris Conrad's book "Hemp: Lifeline To The Future". Information can travel places that the plant itself cannot yet go freely.

In 2016, The Hemp Future Is Now. 

This is a matter of survival and hope and economic sustainability for everyone living on planet Earth, in order to humbly cultivate the earth in a sustainable and renewable way that provides enough for the next generation.

We must unite, raise awareness, share information, and implement solutions together, through a worldwide network of solution oriented sentient beings using cooperation and compassion.

It has already begun and You are a part of it.

Thank You Very Much For Your Attendance, Virtually, Online, And In Person, This Year And Next Year and For Generations To Come.

Thank you for your kind cooperation in uniting with us to share this message in 2016 and beyond.

Registered Non-Profit Japan Hemp Association
In Association with 
International Hemp Environmental Forum


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Sunday, May 22, 2016

Invention UPdate Lignin Test Plants and Robot Farming

Today was a pretty important date times 2, if you are following Scotts Contracting Lignin Removal Test Plants that will be used to test the Lignin Removal Invention.
Scotts Contracting Hemp and Kenaf Lignin Removal Invention

Scotty has been leaving a breadcrumb trail on this blog and its sister blog on the future aspects that will become an important aspect on not only the Inventions: BioRad Hazardous Waste Removal and Hemp Farming Machinery;  but also future business avenues that will be capitalized and turned into income producing avenues for the company and its shareholders.

Here is why today was a big deal as it relates to Missouri Agribusiness and Robotics (Breadcrumb 1Breadcrumb 2)  In a prior social media post I highlighted how Tree Planting robots are being used to plant trees.  It is not too much of a stretch of imagination, to see how similar Kenaf Seedlings are very similar to actual Trees check out today's Kenaf Test Plant Animated Images and see how fast these Kenaf Test Plants have come from the early days.
Lignin Removal Invention Test Plant Growth Images-transplant day

In a few days the transplant experiment will prove how hardy the Kenaf Plants are.  I'll be honest they have not had a luxurious life since they first sprouted in January 2016.  I have purposely let them grow in the little plant trays to demonstrate not only the hardiness of the Kenaf plant; but, also the how easily and carefree they grow.  This semi mimics how adaptable they will be to actual field growing conditions relative to Missouri's Climate.   

I previously stated: 


This eliminates humans coming in contact with Nuclear Rads.  I really like this idea, as a business owner who will have to cover the health hazards of the crew while working on hazmat soils. 

Feel free to contact Scotty by email or contact form about any information related to Investment opportunities for the Hemp and Kenaf Farm Machinery

Sunday, May 15, 2016

The Whipping Cheer - 1612 - Hemp Break - Dead Rat Orchestra

Dead Rat Orchestra shows how to operate a Hemp Brake while showcasing their musical talents  The Whipping Cheer

The Whipping Cheer - 1612 - Hemp Break - Dead Rat Orchestra

Hemp Kindly Supplied by Harrison Spinks. 

Hemp Break conceived designed & constructed by David Holcombe

Based on a design by Benjamin Franklin

TYBURNIA is a tour by Dead Rat Orchestra - a live sound track to the film by James Holcombe. A Radical History of 600 years of publc execution. 

Breaking hemp for rope making was one of the labours undertaken by inmates at Bridewell prison. The rope was use for hangings at the Tyburn Gallows in West London. 

More information:

Kenaf: Grow it, Recyle It!

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Hemp: A Source Biomass Antibacterial Fibers

Cannabis sativa: The Plant of the Thousand and One Molecules

Plant lignocellulosic biomass is an abundant renewable resource, which can provide biopolymers, fibers, chemicals and energy (Guerriero et al., 201420152016). 

Trees are important for the provision of wood, however, also fast-growing herbaceous species, like textile hemp (which has a THC content <0.3%; Weiblen et al., 2015), can provide high biomass quantities in a short time. The stem of this fiber crop supplies both cellulosic and woody fibers: the core is indeed lignified, while the cortex harbors long cellulose-rich fibers, known as bast fibers (Figure 1) (Guerriero et al., 2013).
FIGURE 1. Anatomical details of Cannabis stem. (A) Stem of an adult plant (ca 2 months); (B) The stem can be peeled off and shows a lignified core and a cortex with bast fibers. (C) Longitudinal section of hemp stem stained with toluidine blue 
showing the cortex with a bundle of bast-fibers (white asterisk) and the core with xylem vessels (black asterisk).

This heterogeneous cell wall composition makes hemp stem an interesting model to study secondary cell wall biosynthesis, in particular the molecular events underlying the deposition of cortical gelatinous bast fibers and core woody fibers.
Cannabis woody fibers (a.k.a “hurds” or “shivs”) are used for animal bedding because of their high absorption capacity and for the creation of a concrete-like material.
Hemp bast fibers are used in the biocomposite sector as a substitute of glass fibers. The automotive industry is particularly keen on using hemp bast fibers to produce bioplastics: this material is stronger than polypropylene plastic and lighter in weight (Marsh, 2003).
Beyond the applications in the construction and automotive industries, hemp fibers are attractive also in the light of their natural antibacterial property. Hemp bast fibers have been indeed described as antibacterial (Hao et al., 2014Khan et al., 2015) and their use for the manufacture of an antibacterial finishing agent (Bao et al., 2014), surgical devices (Gu, 2006) or functionalized textiles (Cassano et al., 2013) has been reported. This property is linked to the chemical composition of hemp bast fibers: both free and esterified sterols and triterpenes have been identified, among which β-sitosterol and β-amyrin (Gutiérrez and del Río, 2005). These compounds possess known antibacterial properties (Kiprono et al., 2000Ibrahim, 2012). Hemp bast fibers were also found to contain cannabinoids (2% of the total metabolite extract) (Bouloc et al., 2013 and references therein). More recently hemp hurd powder showed antibacterial properties against Escherichia coli (Khan et al., 2015). Since the hurd has a higher lignin content than the bast fibers, its antibacterial property may be linked to lignin-related compounds such phenolic compounds, as well as alkaloids and cannabinoids (Appendino et al., 2008Khan et al., 2015).

Hemp Stem: A Source of Fibers with Antibacterial Properties


Front. Plant Sci., 04 February 2016 |

Christelle M. Andre*Jean-Francois Hausman and Gea Guerriero

  • Environmental Research and Innovation, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

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