Primary Fiber

Mechanical peeling of the outer bast replaces the ancient (& current) practice of producing high-quality fiber. Degummed by the same machine that peels off the bast & having the potential to work in the field is the innovation needed to ramp up primary hemp fiber production in North America & now Mexico!

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Process

Dual-purpose hemp varieties like Wojko, Joey or Anka all yield good seed production. Harvesting in the field is timed by rows, each 4 foot wide section processing 64 stalks, 5 feet tall every second, yielding approx. 1 ton of ribbon per acre. The machine is easily scaled by adding more sections (8, 12, 16 feet wide).

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Produce

4 raw commodities are obtained from mobile ribbon decortication, namely SEED, HURD, DEGUMMED RIBBON FIBER & CHAFF (for low-grade CBD oil)

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2019 planting season has arrived!

Through slow & meticulous research, RD tech has been proven to work best on lightly retted crops cut 2″ above the ground. Ideal specimens are sown at a rate of 300 seeds per sq. metre dual purpose (seed/fiber) variety. Exceptional peeling has been recorded on X-59, Anka, Delores & Alyssa strains. Canfiber is counting on

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US Congress passes US Hemp Farm Bill

US Congress federally legalized hemp with the Dec. 12 passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, opening a market that Brightfield Group estimates will reach $22 billion by 2022. The $867 billion agriculture law cleared the Senate Dec. 11 with a 87-13 vote before gaining approval in the House Dec. 12 with a 369-47 vote. The

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Canfiber denied Kickstarter project to fund pilot

The original project had the word hemp in it, but after being denied by Kickstarter all references to hemp were removed & the project re-submitted. Unfortunately they are sticking to their guns. Preview project here; https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rd-pilot/2017172767?ref=535669&token=2b7a06a1 

Cannabis Act comes into force Oct.17 2018

Health Canada- ‘We are pleased to inform you that regulations supporting the Cannabis Act have now been approved and will come into force on the same day as the Cannabis Act. When the Cannabis Act and its regulations come into force, cannabis will be removed from Schedule II of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA).

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