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Hemp: Not pot, not a miracle crop

‘People are clouded by the marijuana industry, they think that hemp is this golden goose like the marijuana industry, and it’s not. It’s destined to be an industrial commodity, so it has to compete on cost,’ said Trey Riddle, chief executive officer of Sunstrand Industries in Louisville, which processes fibers from bamboo, flax and now hemp to create sustainable products such as car panels and animal bedding. ‘It’s going to require large scale infrastructure, economies to scale, for it to penetrate into society in any major way. It’s going to be another option in a sea of options.’”

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