New Study: Could Hemp Save the Honey Bee Population?

Could hemp save the honey bee? Hemp-Based CBD Manufacturers work hard to provide the best quality goods and services for their customers. And now, a brand-new study from the University of Colorado reveals they may also be answering a higher calling… saving the world. Our world is a complicated chain of cause and effect. Starting from …

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The #1 Issue For A Hemp-Based CBD Manufacturing Company…

Hot crops! Get your hot crops! Get ‘em while they’re hot! From your favorite hemp-based CBD manufacturing company today! The term “hot crops” is a little misleading. It makes it sound like hemp is the hottest crop to hit farms in decades. And hemp definitely is making some entrepreneurs very rich. But what happens when …

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Hemp-Based Private Label CBD Products Coming From Rookies

Your private label CBD products could suffer. Don’t let rookie hemp farmers screw up on your dime. If you’re working with a hemp-based CBD manufacturer sourcing their raw materials from a farmer who can’t tell the difference between hemp and oregano, you’re the one paying for their mistakes. To be fair, what struggling farmer wouldn’t …

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The 21st Century Tug of War: Hemp VS. The Federal Government

The history of Hemp vs. the Federal Government is long. Focus on the last two decades shows how significant these years have been for the hemp industry. 2000 Although the first modern U.S. hemp crops were planted in 1999, they didn’t get mainstream attention until the following year.  This was long before hemp-based CBD manufacturers …

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Will the Trade War Help or Hurt the Hemp Manufacturing Industry?

Can you still run a profitable hemp manufacturing business during the China trade war? Like many entrepreneurs, Greg Wilson wanted to combine his industry experience with his personal mission. For fifteen years Wilson worked with Chinese firms exporting bamboo and oak to manufacturers and the like. And now he wants to produce wood which is …

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