Aim & Scope
The Journal of Industrial Hemp is the central source for reliable, peer-reviewed information on successfully growing, processing, and introducing hemp products. No other journal offers the breadth, focus, and top scientific credentials of the Journal of Industrial Hemp. Because the journal focuses strictly on hemp, it offers practical information for farmers and business people as well as the latest research results for scientists interested in the industrial uses of cannabis. In the Journal of Industrial Hemp, researchers will find the latest information on agronomy, taxonomy, breeding, crop physiology, and modeling. Farmers will find practical articles on topics such as ensuring crop yield and quality, control of diseases, and harvesting technology. Business people will find up-to-date ideas on using hemp fiber, seeds, and oil and on marketing via the Internet. In fact, the journal covers every aspect of hemp except the medicinal uses of cannabis, which are covered in the Journal of Cannabis Therapeutics (also from Haworth Press). The articles featured in Journal of Industrial Hemp cover the essential topics of the field, including: the most successful techniques for plant breeding, cultivation, and harvesting, new and traditional industrial uses for hemp products, marketing analyses and methods, hemp products, including fiber, construction materials, paper and pulp, seeds, and oil, regulatory issues, hemp's continually expanding industrial, fiber, and food applications, environmental concerns and organic certification. The Journal of Industrial Hemp is the official journal of the International Hemp Association. It is an essential resource for agronomists, environmental scientists, natural fiber and food advocates, hemp businesses, enthusiasts, and libraries.
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