Grain Industrial Hemp Varieties
Hemp is a valuable oilseed crop grown for its grain. It is historically dioecious (separate male & female plants). Hemp varieties have exhibited considerable differences in height, maturity and seed size. HGI Hemp grain varieties are bred specifically for a higher harvest index (high grain yield and larger seeds on shorter plants). Maturity ranges from 100 to about 115 days. A hemp bushel weighs 44 lbs.
CRS-1 and CFX-2 could also be used for fiber
Fiber Industrial Hemp Varieties
Hemp, when grown for fiber has many potential applications, including textiles, construction materials and animal bedding.
Joey could also be used for grain.