Hemp Biomass is the remaining organic material (stalks & leaves) after the flowers and/or seeds have been harvested from the plant. Biomass can be regarded as “waste” in conventional farming, but this is not the case with hemp.















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What is Hemp Biomass?

Biomass is a term used to refer to harvested parts of the hemp plant. There are 2 different types of biomass from industrial hemp. One type, the type used for CBD production, is created from the harvested flowers of the hemp plant. The other type is called hemp fiber biomass and refers to the organic materials of the hemp plant that are left over after the flowers have been harvested and processed. The waste regions such as the leaves and the stalks can then be put into an alternative use. So hemp CBD and hemp fiber biomass are different. The former costs much higher and is sold by the pound to be used explicitly for CBD production. The other fiber type can be processed and converted into pellets and used as a fuel or energy source.

Why CBD Hemp Flower Biomass?

There are two methods for collecting hemp biomass, and each are dependent on your end goals. For collection of oils, leaves, or for use as fuel, hemp biomass should be dried as effectively as possible before further processing. For fiber, cloth, or cord production hemp biomass should be “retted.” This insures the fibrous strands that make up the stalk can further separate to make further processing more efficient.

Hemp flower (or buds) are used to be turned into CBD products. The hemp flower is sent to a processing facility where they use different techniques to extract the CBD from the raw hemp flower.

Why Hemp Fiber Biomass?

Hemp fiber biomass differs from hemp flower biomass. This type of industrial hemp consists of the stalks and leaves of the hemp plant. It has less profitability for farmers but has a great long term outlook. Hemp fiber can be used to manufacture a large number of products from paper and textiles all the way to concrete reinforcement.
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