Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Agriculture

When the problem is not enough food, the solution is to grow more food. Hemp foods solve that problem. When the problem is homelessness, the solution is to grow more raw resource material to make homes out of. Solving our agricultural problems using basic science can co-create abundant, healthy harvests. 

“Hemp improves the physical condition of the soil, and when retted on the same ground where it grows, it returns most of the fertilizing elements” Hemp, Lifeline To The Future by Chris Conrad pg. 167 

Hemp breathes in the excess global warming CO2 gas from the air as it grows” said Richard M. Davis, USA Hemp Museum

Focusing on agriculture is the best way to begin the process of using hemp to help us deal with climate change. As we rebuild our agricultural structure from the foundation, roots up we must scientifically factor in farming basics. Water, soil condition, seeds, temperatures and lights.

From using a magnetic vortex water cleaning system, to better lighting i.e. , empowering system to choosing the perfect seeds for the environment, our agriculture portion of the hemp solution is key to not only reversing climate change, but also aiding the special needs of people now designated in the USA as "climate change refugees"

Serious Seeds - Time 4 Hemp

Hemp is a powerful, fast growing plant that has tens of thousands of applications, and that number does not factor in 3D printing.  With a growing span of 90-120 days, we can begin the process to Phytoremediate Earth.

The male plant is primarily used for industrial uses and the female plant for medical and recreational uses. Yes, the plant can even change genders. Either way, hemp can help us achieve a cleaner, healthier world.


Since hemp can grow in any agronomic farming system and requires no toxic chemicals to grow it is what Willie Nelson calls “A Peaceful Solution”.

Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

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