Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Kenaf Seeds 2018 Planting Season Available

Are you unable to grow Hemp in your state? Have you considered growing Kenaf? 

If you are searching for Kenaf seeds for the 2018 springtime planting season. Let me know by filling in the contact form and I'll happily share your needs with the Kenaf Seed dealers I am currently working with.

I am getting ready to place a 1,000-pound order for Kenaf Seeds for 2018 springtime planting season. If anyone else is in need- a quantity discount will make it less expensive for everyone

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Sunday, January 28, 2018

Will This be the year Missouri Farmers are allowed to Grow Hemp?

MOhemp Energy is seeking Missouri Farmers to work with
Missouri Farmers Interested in Growing Hemp, MOhemp Energy wants to partner with you!

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Current Bill Summary

SCS/SB 547 - This act modifies provisions relating to industrial hemp.

 Missouri Senate Bill Legislation SB 547 Modifies provisions relating to industrial hemp

Currently, marijuana and marihuana are considered Schedule I drugs for purposes of the Comprehensive Drug Control Act. This act defines industrial hemp, and exempts industrial hemp from the Comprehensive Drug Control Act.

This act creates an industrial hemp agricultural pilot program to be implemented by the Department of Agriculture to study the growth, cultivation, processing, feeding, and marketing of industrial hemp. Under this act, growers and handlers of industrial hemp are required to obtain a registration, and growers and handlers of agricultural hemp seed are required to obtain a permit, from the Department of Agriculture. An application for an industrial hemp registration or agricultural hemp seed production permit shall be accompanied by an application fee and shall include certain information as set forth in this act.

Upon fulfilling the application requirements, upon completing a satisfactory fingerprint criminal history background check, signing an acknowledgment that industrial hemp is an experimental crop, and signing a waiver holding the Missouri Department of Agriculture harmless, the Department shall issue a registration or permit. All information relating to registration and permit holders shall be forwarded to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Any registration or permit is nontransferable except to certain family members, is valid for 3 years, and is renewable.

Under this act, the Department may revoke, refuse to issue, or refuse to renew an industrial hemp registration or agricultural hemp seed production permit, and may impose a civil penalty of not less than $2,500 and not more than $50,000 for violating registration or permit requirements, Department rules, industrial hemp plant monitoring system requirements, or certain Department of Agriculture orders. A registration or permit shall not be issued to any person that has been found guilty of any felony offense under any state or federal law regarding a controlled substance within the previous 5 years.

Under this act, any person growing industrial hemp who does not have a valid registration shall be subject to an administrative fine of $500 and shall have 30 days to obtain such registration. If such person receives such registration within 30 days, he or she shall have their fine refunded in full. However, if such person fails to obtain such registration within 30 days, he or she shall be fined $1000 per day until such registration is obtained, or their crop may be destroyed by the Department of Agriculture after 30 additional days.

Under this act, any grower may retain seed from each industrial hemp crop to ensure a sufficient supply of seed for that grower for the following year without the requirement to obtain a hemp seed production permit. Such seed shall not be sold or transferred, and does not have to meet hemp seed standards established by the Department of Agriculture.

Each grower and handler shall be subject to an industrial hemp plant monitoring system and shall keep certain records as required by the Department of Agriculture. Upon 3 days notice, the Department may require an inspection or audit for purposes of ensuring compliance with industrial hemp laws, regulations, permit requirements, monitoring system requirements, and Department orders. Additionally, this act allows the Department to inspect any industrial hemp crop during the crop's growth phase. If such crop contains an average THC concentration exceeding 0.3%, or the maximum amount allowed under federal law, the Department may detain or seize the crop.

This act requires the Department of Agriculture to develop standard identification documentation for industrial hemp and associated commodities. The Department may assess growers and handlers registered under this act a fee for developing such system. All fees assessed to growers and handlers shall be deposited in the Industrial Hemp Fund created under this act, which shall be used by the Department of Agriculture for administration purposes.

Further, this act allows an institution of higher education, in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture, to engage in the study of the growth, cultivation, or marketing of industrial hemp and seed. This act also allows the Missouri Crop Improvement Association, in collaboration with the Department, to establish and administer a certification program for agricultural hemp seed. Under the program, the Department may breed, plant, grow, cultivate, and harvest cannabis, and collect seeds from wild cannabis plants. Such program shall be voluntary for growers of industrial hemp.

Currently, a food is considered adulterated if it meets certain criteria. Under this act, a food shall not be considered adulterated if it contains industrial hemp, or an industrial hemp commodity or product.

This act is similar to HB 170 (2017). source: SB 547 Modifies provisions relating to industrial hemp

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Missouri Legislative Committees to Consider Hemp Bills

Ganjapreneur-Jan 22, 2018
The Missouri Senate Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources Committee is set to consider an industrial hemp pilot program bill today, which would allow the state to issue licenses for industrial hemp cultivation and allow the cultivators to market their products, according to a report from ...
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Legislator wants Missouri to allow industrial hemp cultivation

Herald-Whig-Jan 11, 2018
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- State Sen. Brian Munzlinger is hoping that in the 2018 legislative session, Missouri will join about 38 other states in allowing industrial hempcultivation. The Republican lawmaker from Williamstown is sponsoring Senate Bill 547, which would create an industrial hemp pilot ...
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Missouri Senate Ag Committee Chair proposes industrial hemp ... 23, 2018
Legislation that would create an industrial hemp pilot program in Missouri is being considered by the Senate Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources Committee. The bill, sponsored by State Sen. Brian Munzlinger, R-Williamstown, would create a pilot program to allow those licensed by the ...
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Industrial hemp bill goes before Missouri Senate Agriculture ... 22, 2018
... licensed by the Missouri Department of Agriculture (MDA) to grow, cultivate and market industrial hemp. Munzlinger, who represents 14 counties in northeast and north central Missouri, chairs the committee. Under his legislation, applicants would undergo a fingerprint criminal history background check.
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CBD, hemp changes advancing in state Capitols

Marijuana Business Daily-Jan 26, 2018
Indiana's governor said this week he won't enforce a late January deadline to take products off shelves because the legislature is still debating CBD's legal status. Another Midwestern state, Missouri, is taking another look at authorizing hempproduction. According to Missourinet, hemp legislation now has ...

Monday, January 8, 2018

We Need Regenerative Farming, Not Geoengineering

Geoengineering has been back in the news recently after the US National Research Council endorsed a proposal to envelop the planet in a layer of sulphate aerosols to reduce solar radiation and cool the atmosphere.

The proposal has been widely criticised for possible unintended consequences, such as ozone depletion, ocean acidification and reduced rainfall in the tropics. Perhaps even more troubling, geoengineering is a technological fix that leaves the economic and industrial system causing climate change untouched.

The mindset behind geoengineering stands in sharp contrast to an emerging ecological, systems approach taking shape in the form of regenerative agriculture. More than a mere alternative strategy, regenerative agriculture represents a fundamental shift in our culture’s relationship to nature.

Regenerative agriculture comprises an array of techniques that rebuild soil and, in the process, sequester carbon. Typically, it uses cover crops and perennials so that bare soil is never exposed, and grazes animals in ways that mimic animals in nature. It also offers ecological benefits far beyond carbon storage: it stops soil erosion, remineralises soil, protects the purity of groundwater and reduces damaging pesticide and fertiliser runoff.

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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

The Gaian Dragon: Meet Fracking and Water 2

The Gaian Dragon: Meet Fracking and Water 2: Meet Fracking and Water 2 Fracking Loophole Tied To Pollution Of Drinking Water Dangers of Horizontal Hydraulic Fracking

Here is a way to use plants to clean up mankinds pollution: in re to Fracking and Water Contamination> Phytoremediation Rafts with Electrokinetics

Part 5 Plants as Water Protectors blog information series.

Article 5- Phytoremediation Rafts with Electrokinetics

Article 4- Plants as Water Protectors

Article 3- Citizen Science Phytoremediation Research StLouis

Article 2- St Louis IKEA Phyto Buffer Zone pt2

Article 1- IKEAs lesser known environmental project

Q: Kimberly asked, “Can ElectroHemp BioRad System remediate hydraulic fracturing chemicals?"

A: Yes the ElectroHemp BioRad System can remediate hydraulic fracturing chemicals in both soil, wastewater, and water recycling and can be accomplished a few different ways.

 1: Phytoremediation Rafts

 2: Storage Tank Separation

3: Contain and Control

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Health Ranger to Offer Cannabis Testing 2018


Who performs independent testing on your Hemp and Cannabis CBD and Hemp Oil products? Do you test for Pesticides, Heavy Metals, Fungicides, and other contaminants? 

With the great phytoremediation and phytoextraction qualities of the Cannabis Plant see [ElectroHemp Bio Rad] it is better to be safe than sorry.

Peering into my crystal ball on the future of Cannabis for Human Consumption. Lack of testing could hurt the Cannabis Industry as a whole.

I would feel safer if more Canna business used an Independent Testing Services for the Cannabis products they sell. Scotty 

Certifying CBD products to be authentic, clean and green

This new service, to be launched by CWC Labs, is designed to help consumers recognize safe, high quality hemp extract products that are independently verified by a third party laboratory to be authentic, clean and green. Product certification involves multiple tests on three different mass spec instruments, including ICP-MS and HPLC-MS-TOF.

As one of the pioneers in cannabis quantitation and validation, I am the co-author of a science paper published in the LC/GC science journal entitled, “Liquid Chromatography–Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry for Cannabinoid Profiling and Quantitation in Hemp Oil Extracts.” Since that science paper was published, my lab has developed even more precise mass spec analysis techniques that allow us to validate the following properties of CBD oil / hemp extracts:
  • Accurate quantitation of CBD, CBDA, THC and other compounds typically found in hemp extracts.
  • Molecular verification of accurate molecules, eliminating any possibility of counterfeit chemicals. (Using a combination of accurate mass, ion fragmentation, isotopic abundance, etc.)
  • The absence of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and other agricultural chemicals. (This is a huge issue, as many hemp products sold today are derived from cannabis plants that are heavily sprayed with toxic pesticides.)
  • The absence of toxic solvents and extract chemicals that are frequently used in the industry even though they may pose a very real danger to consumers. Some hemp production companies, for example, are currently extracting hemp products using isopropyl alcohol (IPA), which is extremely toxic to the human body when ingested.
  • The absence of toxic heavy metals, and the presence of nutritive minerals such as zinc and magnesium.
In other words, we are testing CBD products for not just CBDs, but also for pesticides, industrial chemicals and heavy metals as well. 

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