The hemp plant has endless potential. Every element of the plant can be used to for making products; profits can be drawn from the seeds, from the flower/leaf and from the stalks. It is possible to obtain maximum yield from the hemp plant and we are able to help you with this. CANN would share its 25 years of knowledge and experience in the field. Together we improve hemp cultivation. Quality starts in the field.
The hemp plant is separated into three parts. These three parts offers possibilities.
The leaves of the industrial hemp plant are used to produce nutraceuticals in particular. Industrial hemp doesn’t contain THC. From the upper part, it’s possible to extract beneficial substances for the production for example of CBD oil.
The seeds of the industrial hemp plant are very nutritious. The nutrients of these seeds are important for good health. The seed contains all essential fatty acids, omega 3, 6 and 9, necessary amino acids and dietary fibre. The seeds and the oil made from them have human nutritional values and promote good health. The seeds are also used in the propagation and cultivation of hemp plants.
The stalk of the hemp plant is used for fibre processing. The bark and outer layer of the hemp plant are harvested in bales, before entering the fibre processing stage. The features of the stalk are well known and it has a reputation for being extremely strong, while remaining flexible and low in weight. This strong material can be used in the production of different products. For example in the animal care, where it is used in bedding. In horticulture used in construction (insulation boards etc.) and for industrial applications (automotive, paper, textiles, furniture industry).
The quality of the end product is determined in the field during the cultivation process but also during transport and storage. With more than 25 years of experience in growing hemp, we are sure of our knowledge and expertise of hemp growing and can rightly refer to ourselves as specialists.
The hemp plant grows in almost any climate, it grows rapidly and needs very little maintenance or care. Little chemicals are required and there is high resistance to diseases. The plant needs relatively little water to grow and uses a lot less water per kilo of fibres compared with for example cotton: during the growing period, the plant also stores CO2. The plant’s seeds can be used for the following growing season, for oil and proteine products and the roots of the plant are highly beneficial to the soil; the deep and broad bare root system improves the soil structure and increases fertility.
The experience we have with hemp cultivation is something we would like to share in the niche market of worldwide hemp growing. This is in order to collectively improve the quality of hemp plants and raise professionalism within the hemp world.
We are ready to share our experiences with you so that you can expand your business and cultivation. The sparring partner we able to provide for you will also offer support with customisation for your company and specific goals. In this, the quality of your hemp crop for Total Crop Valuation must be as high as possible.
CANN's vision is that quality starts in the field and not in the factory. This is why we prefer to manage the growth process from beginning to end, because during cultivation is the point at which the quality of the end product can be determined.
CANN is the hemp specialist you are looking for. CANN is your sparring partner and will work with you and share the in-house expertise gained over 25 years of hemp growing to identify how you can gain more from your hemp crop. This all begins with the aims for the crop and the number of hectares to be sown and harvested. The aim of the hemp crop is important because of subsequent choices relate to this, including which harvesting machines to use, which varieties to plant, and so on.
Knowledge and expertise is shared for one season after purchasing the machine. This means from hemp cultivation up till storage. Components to be included: variety choice, soil processing, sowing moment, sowing technique, plant care, harvesting time, logistics and storage.
There are many different aspects to be taken to ensure the quality of the different parts of the hemp plant. Each part of the cultivation process will contribute to the final quality. How good is it to be able to coordinate and talk about these different parts with an experienced grower? We can learn a lot from each other, about different countries, soil types and goals so that we can progress together and take the world of hemp to the next level.