Hemp in Storage?

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    Zev Paiss2

    I am contacted on a regular basis by a variety of individuals, media contacts, organizations asking how much raw hemp is still sitting in storage? Does anyone have an educated estimate what that number might be?

    Thank you,

    Zev Paiss

    James Coscina

    In New England I believe that 50% of the material is still unprocessed but how much is usable is a different story.

    Zev Paiss2

    Excellent point James! While there is most probably millions of pounds of biomass in storage how it was stored will have a significant bearing on it’s value.

    The Artist Tree

    Yes, in my opinion, it can be store potentially longer in a dry, dimly lit storage facility and refrigerated.

    Idle Temperatures between 77° and 86° F to store hemp and prevent any negative changes in the level of moisture deep within the leaves.

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