The hemp industry faces many challenges - one of them is the pricing. Hemp yields 4 times more fibre per acre than cotton. Thus people perceive that hemp would be cheaper than cotton. However, the reality is much different. Cottonised hemp starts at $4/kg of fibre and finer quality fibres range from $7-$10/kg, whereas the cost of cotton fibre is around the $2/kg mark. Learn More >
WHY IS TEXTILE-FIT HEMP FIBRE SO EXPENSIVE?
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