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history of the hemp industry in Kentucky.

James Franklin Hopkins

history of the hemp industry in Kentucky.

by James Franklin Hopkins

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Published by University of Kentucky Press in Lexington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hemp -- Kentucky.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHemp industry in Kentucky.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination240 p.
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16607015M

    A History of the Hemp Industry in Kentucky. James F. Hopkins. eISBN eBook Features. Read Anywhere. Read your book anywhere, on any device, through RedShelf's cloud based eReader. Digital Notes and Study Tools Built-in study tools include highlights, study guides, annotations, definitions, flashcards, and collaboration.   Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles, who refers to hemp as “a bridge from Kentucky’s past to our future,” said, “The Kentucky Department of Agriculture and our partners are committed to building upon the solid foundation of research for a Kentucky hemp industry that will create jobs and new marketing opportunities.”.

    Despite Kentucky’s prior history of production, industrial hemp is basically an untested crop in this state. Agriculture as a whole has changed considerably since hemp’s heyday, so past production information cannot be relied upon to determine how the crop should be grown and harvested today. Local research will be needed. Hemp, or industrial hemp, is a variety of the Cannabis sativa plant species that is grown specifically for the industrial uses of its derived products. It is one of the fastest growing plants and was one of the first plants to be spun into usable fi years ago. It can be refined into a variety of commercial items, including paper, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, paint.

    Hemp History. Hemp is among the oldest industries on the planet, going back more t years to the beginnings of pottery. The Columbia History of the World states that the oldest relic of human industry is a bit of hemp fabric dating back to approximately 8, BC. Presidents Washington and Jefferson both grew hemp. Today, Katie shares some of her favorite books on cannabis and the background on how she came to find many of these books! Watch on Facebook or YouTube. The Reign of Law, by James Lane Allen. Read more about The Reign of Law and James Lane Allen. A History of the Hemp Industry in Kentucky by James F Hopkins. Hemp For Health by Chris Conrad.


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History of the hemp industry in Kentucky by James Franklin Hopkins Download PDF EPUB FB2

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I have been able to use his information to enrich my historical by:   The History of the Hemp Industry in Kentucky is a well documented Phd. thesis about the title. I have read this book as research for a novel I have written. I found that the authors research was very helpful to me, and I was most impressed by his efforts.

I have been able to use his information to enrich my historical novel/5(5). It is hard to believe that at one time burley tobacco was not the chief cash crop in Kentucky.

Yet for more than half a century hemp dominated the state's agricultural Hopkins surveys the hemp industry in Kentucky from its beginning through its complete demise at the end of World War II, describing the processes of seeding and harvesting the plant, and marketing.

A History of the Hemp Industry in Kentucky. In this Book. Additional Information. James Hopkins surveys the hemp industry in Kentucky from its beginning through its complete demise at the end of World War II, describing the processes of seeding and harvesting the plant, and marketing manufactured goods made of the fiber.

Cited by: The hemp farm --Management and sale of the crop --Prices and production to --Manufacturing to --Production of hemp for marine use --The decline of the industry.

Other Titles: History of the hemp industry Hemp industry in Kentucky: Responsibility: James F. Hopkins. Although the title specifies Kentucky, the book actually provides a great deal of information about the hemp industry nationwide, and it is probably the single best resource for any person wanting to do research on hemp history in the United States.5/5(3).

A History of the Hemp Industry in Kentucky by James F. Hopkins,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(4). James F. Hopkins, a University of Kentucky Professor and author of "A History of Hemp in Kentucky" published in wrote: "At the end of World War II the hemp industry in Kentucky appeared to have vanished.

In time of stress, however, when fiber is needed and prices are high, it may appear again. It is hard to believe that at one time burley tobacco was not the chief cash crop in Kentucky. Yet for more than half a century hemp dominated the state's agricultural production. James Hopkins surveys the hemp industry in Kentucky from its beginning through its complete demise at the end of World War II, describing the processes of seeding and harvesting the plant, and marketing.

Kentucky authorized hemp cultivation in The Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) is conducting an Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program as authorized by KRSand 7 U.S.C.§ (also known as Section of the Farm Bill).

A history of the hemp industry in Kentucky. [Kentucky]: University of Kentucky Press. MLA Citation. Hopkins, James Franklin. A history of the hemp industry in Kentucky University of Kentucky Press [Kentucky] Australian/Harvard Citation. Hopkins, James Franklin. A history of the hemp industry in Kentucky University of Kentucky Press.

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As noted by historian James Hopkins in his book, A History of the Hemp Industry in Kentucky, “It is a significant fact that the heaviest concentration of slavery was in the hemp producing area.”Smith and Claiborne fear those slaves will be erased from the retelling of hemp’s story.

Yet for more than half a century hemp dominated the state's agricultural production. James Hopkins surveys the hemp industry in Kentucky from its beginning through its complete demise at the end of World War II, describing the processes of seeding and harvesting the plant, and marketing manufactured goods made of the : Missouri, Illinois and Kentucky farmers key in 19th century hemp industry.

Hemp crops quickly spread, and arrived in Kentucky with settlers from Virginia just prior to the Revolutionary War, according to a article in the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin no.

These settlers set the stage for what would become one of the. James Hopkins surveys the hemp industry in Kentucky from its beginning through its complete demise at the end of World War II, describing the processes of.

A History of the Hemp Industry in Kentucky was written by James F. Hopkins, a University of Kentucky professor who published the book under the University of Kentucky Press in It surveys the hemp industry in Kentucky from its beginning through its complete demise at the end of World War II, describing the processes of seeding and harvesting the plant, and marketing manufactured goods.

A History of the Hemp Industry in Kentucky. by James F. Hopkins. It is hard to believe that at one time burley tobacco was not the chief cash crop in Kentucky. Yet for more than half a century hemp dominated the state’s agricultural production. Hemp processors reported $ million in gross product sales last year, according to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, up from $ million in gross product sales in.

The Great American Hemp Industry by Jack Frazier – In the chapter, “Hemp Discovers America,” Frazier proves that hemp was growing in North and South America long before Europeans brought their seed. Using only first-hand sources (explorers of the 16th and 17th century) Frazier assembles a body of evidence to that effect.It is hard to believe that at one time burley tobacco was not the chief cash crop in Kentucky.

Yet for more than half a century hemp dominated the state’s agricultural Hopkins surveys the hemp industry in Kentucky from its beginning through its complete demise at the end of World War II, describing the processes of seeding and harvesting the plant, and marketing manufactured.The History of Hemp in Lexington, Kentucky By J.F.

McKeighen Ma The first recorded crop of hemp in Kentucky was raised outside of Danville in However, hemp growing was encouraged since the beginning of the colonization of North America. In pioneer times, hemp was grown domestically for its fiber, which was spun and woven.