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Renewable + Chemical-free
Hemp in its different stages before it is made into a textile.
The King of Textiles, the versatile hemp fiber is fast-growing, requires very little water, is naturally pest-resistant, and produces more fiber yield per acre than any other virgin resource.
Hemp fiber is anti-bacterial, biodegradeable, and resistant to mold, saltwater and ultraviolet light. Hemp could grow on frozen tundra if it needed to and, you never know, it may need to someday.
Hemp in it post crop fiber.
Hemp in its last stage before going into a yarn.