Why You Should Attend an FC Hemp Boot Camp
Are you growing other crops and want to learn about cultivating hemp?
Are you growing hemp and interested in the latest information and insight as to "what's working," and "what's not working" in the hemp industry, and current trends, including the market for hemp fiber, seeds, and CBD oil?
Are you an entrepreneur interested in an early-to- market advantage in the new and fast-growing hemp or CBD industries?
Are you an investor seeking to better understand the hemp and CBD industries as new investment opportunities?
For additional information and to register to attend, please go to www.hempbootcamps.com.
Hemp Boot Camp Topics Include:
Hemp 101— An introduction to hemp and its history. The Federal legal status of hemp. A discussion of the role of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Complying with state and local regulations regarding registration, transportation, and sale of hemp and hemp derivatives including seeds, hemp seed oil, fiber, and CBD.
Growing, and cultivating, including: Identifying appropriate cultivars or strains. Sourcing high-quality seeds Use of nutrients. Disease, weed, and pest management.
Harvesting and decortication.
Sourcing appropriate high-quality seeds.
Analytical testing, the USDA’s proposed interim regulations, and the proposed role of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
The market for hemp fiber, hemp seeds, hemp seed oil, and CBD, today and in the future. The market for products that include CBD, hemp seeds, or hemp seed oil, including food, beverages, nutritional supplements, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic products. Hemp fiber and its uses in the construction industry, for manufacturing, as a source of biofuel, as fiber for fabric and clothing, for rope, pulp, and paper.
A look at the business and financial potential and challenges of growing hemp, selling hemp seeds, hemp seed oil, fiber, and CBD.