Hemp, Inc. (HEMP) Powers Up Milling Operation for Industrial Hemp Production
Hemp, Inc. Powers Up Milling Operation for Industrial Hemp Production
“Since the software communication issues we are experiencing now were expected, software programming, which is part of the debugging process, is solving those issues. We expect to finish beta testing and debugging in about a week or two,” said Schmitt. Now that the hemp mill in Spring Hope, North Carolina is online and being debugged, Schmitt is in Brazil to start marketing and sales efforts in that country. He is scheduled to meet this week with several companies he previously did business with that are interested in Hemp, Inc.’s lost circulation materials (LCMs) and companies interested in using Hemp, Inc.’s fiber in the non-woven industry. Schmitt has also scheduled meetings with companies that he hopes to sell Hemp, Inc.’s CBDs to.
As previously mentioned, Hemp, Inc. is planting 17 acres of one strain of high-CBD clones between North Carolina and Colorado. Hemp, Inc.’s licensed farming associates in North Carolina have secured over 150 pounds of a different strain of CBD-rich hemp seeds, which are currently being planted in order to be harvested by September/October. This will be one of, or, the largest CBD hemp grows in the United States (approximately 550 acres total). “Our infrastructure is solid. We have our NuAxon Tech CO2 Supercritical extractor from NuAxon BioScience CBD Extractor at our industrial hemp plant in North Carolina and expecting to acquire a second extractor soon so we’ll be prepared to accommodate the industry’s expanding CBD market,” said Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc. ( OTC PINK : HEMP ).
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