Our top priorities lie in the benefits of farming hemp to heal the earth, the development of sustainable industrial hemp solutions, and the production of high-end cannabinoid ingredients for use in alternative medicines. But before we get into that, I want to say thanks to our partner, Blue Forest Farms. Matt Baum:One six foot piece weighs 300 pounds? Greg Wilson:So when COVID first came, luckily, we had raised some money before that to build out the plant. Every step of the process to open our shop has been helped along by family, friends, even friends of friends. So we came up with impregnating it, bamboo, and then compressing it, and then baking it in an oven so it stays that same compression ratio or that same density, which gives you hardness and stability in your final product. So yeah, COVID threw everything [inaudible 00:46:57], and we’re still turned upside down. Are they into this? From selectively breeding their own high-quality varietals of hemp; growing plants locally on their sun-kissed, organic, Colorado farm; monitoring the state-of-the-art extraction process; and even engineering the best tasting formulas, Blue Forest Farms ensures quality at every step in the CBD product creation process. That’s the guys that actually take care of it. It’s pretty amazing. Greg Wilson:Because there’s nothing wrong with Oak. Maybe not from where they hide in it, but your nut trees and yourâ¦ Like your walnuts and your acorns and different things like that, that take a lot longer to grow than your traditional trees that come up first or your poplars and your pines.And your poplars and pines, 20 years, that’s a mature tree, maybe 40 years. Greg Wilson:Well, the first year we got mount hemp more, then ended up having like 150 tons of hemp that we couldn’t use because it got moldy or it got left out, or [inaudible 00:28:34] species. And so we have to just keep building, keep moving forward. Well you have to use existing equipment, which is used for bailing hay, then now use it for bailing hemp and modify it a little bit. Greg Wilson:There’s an input table right there. I mean, or it doesn’t? And what we do need to do is we need to get everyone per stakeholders to support the product by buying some hemp wood. The hemp comes in, then what happen? That’s why Kentucky is known for tobacco, and Kentucky is known for sorghum, and Kentucky is known for hemp. It doesn’t chip and fracture and crack. A [crosstalk 00:29:19] weighs-. She also co-leads the Research, Opportunities and Needs Sub-Committee of the PA Agriculture Hemp Steering Committee and is a member of the Chester County Agriculture Advisory Committee Task Force. That’s about it for this episode of the Ministry of Hemp podcast. So we hook all those up, blow the fans across the hot air, then it dries out the head. Because the round bales, you only get about 12 tons on a truck. And he lives in Tasmania and him and I work on these projects together. Greg Wilson:Exactly. Leaving Our Website Disclaimer: If we have a research link to a website where we sell products or have product information you are now leaving the Hemp-Alternative.com website. Brooklyn Blooms is a small-batch sanitizer formulation infused with full-spectrum CBD extract. Greg Wilson:We’ve had to do a whole lot to do that. Matt Baum:Wow. When in China-. Oh, wow. You don’t just walk in and, “I’m going to buy some wood, please.” “How much wood can I buy for $15?” Or whatever. Okay, you’ve been throwing the word algorithm around a lot. Or does it just end up looking like wood? The majority of your people are doing it the right way. If it’s too early, it’s green. When I was in school, I was studying building materials, studying engineering, and got into vinyl siding, and then Oak flooring. Greg Wilson:So then after that I started getting pimped out with the algorithm to recycling woods. Matt Baum:Sure. And it’s still sitting at the university farm. Matt Baum:That’s R&D, though. The doors are solid on the front, the face is solid, but then I had to get skins on the side. You’re in Kentucky, so you’re in hemp country right there. Why? And I’ll tell you how to become one of those shortly here. And then a lot of times when you’re getting into your tropical hardwoods or old growth forest, you’re talking 100 or 200 year old stuff. And so you it’s what we call ditch filler. It was corn this year, it was hemp last year. And so the bio burner then transfers the heat first, because that requires a higher temperature-. As for its alternative hemp plastic, it is made from hemp. So one of them pushes it while the other one pulls it and it breaks open the cell structure of it. I wonder who’s lying. And we’ll get better, but it’s all a matter of scaling and how many hours in a day. Ah, it drives me insane. Plastic. Spun from the Palmetto Harmony hemp varietal. Greg Wilson:If you want to buy something made in America, expect a 20% premium. Matt Baum:Okay. So the key is to get it at a golden brown point before it molds, because if it molds, it turns black. So the oven gets hit first, and then it can recirculate that same fluid to go to the drying, which uses a lower temperature. At what point in the process are you likeâ¦ Is the abuse on the cellular structure? That’s great. So it’s in these huge metal molds, it weighs 330 pounds inside of the mold and six foot long, six inches by six inches wide. I mean, you got all types of situations and scenarios that are almost impossible to comprehend all of them. The number two thing or the number one thing that they say to us is, “What happens when it catches on fire, you’re going to get high and the firefighters? Greg Wilson:Absolutely. We stick it into the press, we spray some more organic acid on it, which is the activator, which causes that cross-linking to happen, that we stole those proteins from the soy flour and impregnate it into-. Our prime customer, people who like what we do are typically in your 20s, 30s, 40s; they typically are a homeowner, very often they’re associated with urban area. And actually, the powers behind the scene, kind of the wizard from the Wizard of Oz, is Dario Dumont. Greg Wilson:â¦ like you saw out there, that when you try to stack those on a truck, you get about a quarter, maybe 40% less volume on one trip. Why would you want to try to get around people who know how to work with wood? The picture frames came about because we took it to our cabinet door manufacturer, and said, “Hey, what can you do here?” We need something that we can sell direct to people were showing up last year like crazy at our factory, just wanting to do tours. 1 review of The hemp alternative "So in all fairness I am not familiar with CBD. And the maillard effect is like one thing we talked about when you’re searing proteins, the same thing. Miji Media LLC. And actually, most of it comes from within 60. Greg Wilson:Here’s the problem, people involved in that don’t usually buy higher end home goods. As part of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Industrial Hemp Program, we power the exciting developments hemp has to offer. So he’s my engineering mentor. That’s our price point that we’re trying to get to. But then it has to go into an oven for 10 hours. Where’s it start? The kenaf plant may be little known to many people in Western countries, but has been around for thousands of years in ancient cultures of the world. Greg Wilson:So, the journey begins years and years ago. So it hits the highest temperature requirement first and then drops. You’ll be the first to hear about everything going on with our special newsletter plus exclusive Patron content including blogs, podcast extras, and more. I didn’t even really know the difference between any of this stuff. So it’s literally just space? Greg Wilson:As we go, all the equipment. I bought an old beater to fix up because that’s what I do. Our agricultural locations span multiple counties in Pennsylvania and Maryland, providing hemp industry access and connectivity to the farming community. I don’t know. Greg Wilson:Yep. Greg Wilson:Yeah. âHemp might just be the cost effective, environmentally sustainable alternative material that LEGO is looking for,â speculated Emily Gray Brosious in a February 2016 investigation from the Sun Times. Send your written questions to us on Twitter, Facebook, [email protected], or call us and leave a message at 402-819-6417. Matt Baum:Okay. So if you see hemp wood being manufactured anywhere in the world, it’s us. But people don’t buy wood. Hemp, or industrial hemp, is a variety of the Cannabis sativa plant species that is grown specifically for industrial use. And we pay a living wage to everyone here at the factory where you work here full-time you can buy a single family home in town. Greg Wilson:So there’s where we have a big difference, or a big problem that we have is you can buy cheap flooring for four or five bucks a foot. Greg Wilson:So we’re trying to replace those. And if you want to help support this podcast, drop us a review, a little star, or a quick written review, wherever you are downloading or listening to podcasts. Okay. The company does grow, sell and distribute hemp based products. And John stuck with it and he went home for like a week and then said he couldn’t deal with that anymore. And then the glycol goes back to the bio burner to get reheated and sent back out. Wheat grows in a field and it’s green, right? Welcome to episode 60 of the Ministry of Hemp Podcast. And we send customers their way, and we allow all the different people working on it to tell each other how it works, and to avoid a bunch of those costly mistakes that end up getting people frustrated. Matt Baum:Right. Hemp is known to be a reservoir of cellulose and can be said to be sustainable, unlike petroleum-based plastics. Matt Baum:But if a tornado hits and you climb under that thing, you’re fine. And then we can turn it into flooring, and furniture, and picture frames, and cutting boards, and what we call home goods and [crosstalk 00:32:01] woods, there’s cabinetry and stuff like that. But the maillard effect is like the browning of gravy. Yeah. But yeah. Plus Kentucky is not an expensive place to live. If you believe hemp can change the world then help us spread the word! These are suitable for injection mold, roll sheet and thermoform applications. I mean, you have to crane this thing in through the ceiling. He then sent me a couple of pallets of lumber and a couple of different specialty cuts and stuff like that. Greg Wilson:Hey, I have a house in Annapolis that I actually use to underwrite loans and stuff like that for this place. Go to hempwood.com and, well, you can see all the stuff that’s on there. This is awesome. Greg Wilson:And so we’ve had all four of our trade shows canceled. Greg Wilson:It’s a mix. Plantation, when someone was responsible enough, first time they cut it down, they planted something else there, and then you can get it in the cycle. Floors Hemp fibres could prove a resilient alternative to materials currently used for textiles, such as carpets. It’s all about this new cannabinoid. Matt Baum:That’s the soy. Greg Wilson:So the raw material was readily available. Greg Wilson:You’re never going to replace because Oak, because Oak is a good thing. I don’t know. And just kept coming back into the office. Prior to purchasing a product(s) on this website, you should confirm legality of the product in the state where you request shipment. Greg Wilson:The bamboo that we set up isâ¦ Yeah, the bambooâ¦ We do 40% of the world’s bamboo flooring. So that was three coffee tables that are like 70 pounds. And my conversation today with Gregory is all about hemp wood, how it works, how it is creating jobs for people right here in America and its future in American carpentry. The only thing I know to do is just trust our team to keep working. It’s insane. Matt Baum has been hosting, producing, and editing podcasts for almost ten years. This beautiful plant is considered by some to be an alternative to hemp because of the similarities between the two plants. How hard did COVID hit you guys? Greg Wilson:A lot of my news feed turned into mask salesmen and gloves salesmen during COVID. So you circulate dehumidified warm air, and then it causes it to dry out in about two weeks. At the end of the day, people are genuinely good. And he showed me what they’ve got going on. Greg Wilson:Red Oak doesn’t work as well. All products on this website are intended for legal use. And so our sales turned off, our factory was shut down for six weeks. Greg Wilson:Everything comes from within 100 miles of the plant. And that brings us to the end of the show where I like to end the same way every time by saying, remember to take care of yourself, take care of others, and vote next week if you haven’t already. These guys are doing it right. Wilson didn’t just move to Kentucky to be near the hemp his company needs; he’s also hiring agriculture students from nearby Murray State to work in the plant and better understand the hemp itself. Greg Wilson:Because they were deemed to be essential everywhere, where hotels and restaurants all shut down. And you named your company Fibonacci, who is a pretty famous mathematician and has his own sequence and everything. Greg Wilson:Got involved in bamboo flooring and helped figure out how to make bamboo flooring acceptable for commercial use, which was a means of making it harder or densified. Greg Wilson:Oh yeah. Greg Wilson:Yeah. Why do you think you’re the only one? When we built that bio burner and we had to burn the residuals in there, when we grind it up, it came out white. And then you have Jimmy Song, who lives in China and he works on the bamboo, and him and I cut our teeth together, working on that. So it’s algorithm that has to hit these numbers in order to make a uniform piece of material at the end that outperforms our target being Brazilian cherry, which is the high end benchmark of global wood. We go to a new city with a trailer full of hemp wood try to figure it out. And people that worked on a farm factory works easy for them. Greg Wilson:Absolutely. Matt Baum:So all of this background prepared you for where you are now, basically? Greg Wilson:In case somebody comes to shoot up the office just-. But I can say that that’s where people are already accepting. Greg Wilson:And then you also have the population that grew up in the ’60s that are on to their forever home, and that are looking for nice things rather than the cheap vinyl or cheap tile that goes into their place. Whether you’re looking for a full spectrum unrefined hemp oil, pure CBD isolate with absolutely no THC, or even an advanced sleep formula that combines CBD with a concentrated amount of CBN, BFF has six oil formulas to fit the unique needs of their customers. Not only that, hemp is â¦ So you couldn’t move it around. It was also one of the first plants to be spun into usable fiber 50,000 years ago. That is a monstrosity. So it turned from just getting a floor, which he thought it was funny, and instead just send me a couple hundred feet of flooring. Greg Wilson:But on a federal level, crickets. Instead of cutting down a tree that you saidâ¦ It takes how long to grow before you can cut it down for wood? So let’s get back to the wood though. And once that canopy goes up, then you typically have your more traditional trees, at least in our area that are able to support more life. Matt Baum:Yeah, I was going to say [inaudible 00:33:31]. And then it feeds it back into the bio burner, which heats it back up and sends it through the circulation path again. But nothing can prepare you for hemp. Greg Wilson:Correct. Charles welded up these enormous racks for us so we can take it and batch for each block. Become a Ministry of Hemp Insider when you donate any amount on our Patreon page! I mean, how did you even end up in this ballpark? So-. And now back to my conversation with Gregory. I’m a bow hunter. The link does not constitute an endorsement of these organizations by Hemp-Alternative and none should be inferred. The powers that be just shifted patents. I like that. Greg Wilson:â¦ is a great demographic for us, because I mean, look at me, wearing flannel, I’ve got a beard. Greg Wilson:Yeah. And you can find links to their site and information on how to get 20% off your first order in the show notes. Below youâll find the complete transcript of episode 60 of the Ministry of Hemp podcast, âHemp Wood Alternativesâ: Matt Baum: And at that point had set up a nanotech lab in Australia, because we got bought out by an Australian company, so I was working for them. We’d like to thank our partners at Blue Forest Farms for making this episode possible. And so our flooring right here, in order for people to be able to use it easily, and for us to be able to make enough of it, we lay it up on plywood, but we find eco-friendly plywood that uses the same glues that we use. So that’s just arrived from the fabricator, but we haven’t got to put it into play yet. No, it’s an adult show, don’t worry. Every place is a little different. I mean, I work with wood. And the glue is actually plywood glue, the pure bond plywood glue, which is the eco-friendly soy-based, but we dilute it down by a significant percentage, so it’s very liquid. So then we set up a [inaudible 00:04:48] called strand woven eucalyptus, and it’s stillâ¦ Every Lowe’s in the United States still buy that stuff. Greg Wilson:Exactly. And when you’re running two trucks a day, you take a load in the morning, take a load in the afternoon, then it costs a lot more. So red Oak costs half the price, it’s not as great for furniture. Okay. And so all the corners that you can cut, not making it here in the United States, or using dirty glues or chemicals or whatever coatings and stuff on it, make it cheaper, and make it a heck of a lot more commercially viable. Matt Baum:Yeah, you’re preaching to the choir. Greg Wilson:And that gets passed through into the cost of making the product. I mean, the press is 24 feet tall, so 1200 gallons of hydraulic fluid [crosstalk 00:25:37]. Greg Wilson:(crosstalk 00:38:31) another type of sawmill. So you got to, once you cut it, let it set for two or three days on one side, turn it over, let it set for one or two days in the sun, and then bale it up and get it out. And you got what, 20% of the population that’s unemployed because of COVID? It can’t be vinyl that looks like wood. Matt Baum:You’ve kind of just answered my question with like, “Why are you the only one?” Well, because you have to invent this stuff. Matt Baum:Sure, sure. So we have a jackhammer and an air gun. Like it’s not blown away. Matt Baum:So this is so dense that you can’t just use a wood saw on it? But first, let me introduce you to Gregory Wilson. Matt Baum:It lasts longer, better when it gets wet, I assume. So we use the same fluid that you use for solar panels called glycol. Matt Baum:And then you go, “That’s the color we want, that looks like the cherry wood or the Oak or whatever we’re going for, get it in here and let’s turn it into wood.”. Â© Copyright 2019. Matt Baum:And you’re like [inaudible 00:14:55]. Do they think you’re some kind of crazy hippie? Greg Wilson:We weren’t allowed to have production because we have more than 10 people in a space. Greg Wilson:Correct. There were a few cars in the parking lot and there was a customer just finishing up a transactionâ¦ Good Alternatives CBD Oil. And so then it heats the water, which then recirculates through the dryer. Matt Baum:That’s marketing right there, man; the stoner house buying population. It was a pole. Is that strange? But if it can take care of some of those ones that are just clear-cut, or if it can take out some of those ones that are cutting areas that shouldn’t be cut, or if it can reduce some of that pressure by being, say, 3% or 4% of the hardwood industry, that’s where it’ll go. Greg Wilson:Oh, yeah. We got hit with a $51,000 tariff on that, as well as the automation equipment to go into our press because the government, I guess, wasn’t real favorable towards making American manufacturing jobs, or maybe they just had their heads in the sand. On top of challenges with finding quality seed, high labor costs, pest management, and complying with the DEAâs 0.3% THC cap, they also had to contend with a weak infrastructure. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter: Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 00:56:03. Tell me how it does this.” And share it on our platform. Greg Wilson:Oh, yeah. And it fit into this process. Because I mean, hemp is green and wood is not. We traditionally think of recycling as the reuse of mechanical parts, although if we use more biodegradable materials, we could introduce a new cycle that would be much more environmentally friendly. But then converting to actual sales on large scale build out, everyone wants to kind of see how it works and what it does and what’s happening. And so I ended up in Poland and the Ukraine and Tasmania-. Or is hemp wood been around for a while? So you can compress woods and then you typically have to glue them together. Matt Baum:Yeah. I’m just trying to put it together and get the right people to talk about it. We took a bunch of tobacco barns. Greg Wilson:So then roped both of them into doing this. And speaking of shownotes, here at Ministry of Hemp, we believe that a more accessible world is better for everybody. And so the number one reason that cabinetry makers, which are typically still made in the US, were not accepting of the product is because we didn’t offer plywood that had the face on it to do the skins on the side so it looks like it’s all hemp wood. So we have a complete written transcript for this episode in the notes too. Greg Wilson:Why would you want to skirt 90% of the industry expertise? Greg Wilson:Yeah, keep the publicity going, because we’re literally in the middle of a field. So yeah, I know what you mean. Very nice. I’m the founder of Fibonacci, LLC, which manufactures hemp wood in the United States. Greg Wilson:You’ve seen a picture of a square bale of hay when you stack a bunch of Legos together? Greg Wilson:So it performs like a tropical hardwood, it hasâ¦ stability is greater than Oak, harder than hickory, density of Brazilian cherry. And it feeds down a conveyor table and it gets rolled up again into a smaller bundle and chain link fence. It’s the only one in the United States. The 2018 Farm Bill removes industrial hemp from regulation under the Controlled Substances Act and allows commercial production of industrial hemp, creating an exciting opportunity for industrial hemp in Pennsylvania and the farming industry alike. Greg Wilson joined the Ministry of Hemp podcast to introduce us to hempwood, a hemp-based wood alternative made from compressed hemp fibers. Red Oak. Greg Wilson:Four months-ish, three to four. Are you using scrap? But everybody that tours the factory, we now figured out where you end the tour in the wood shop and we say, “And here’s picture frames for sale.”. Hemp-Alternative does not sell or distribute any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substance Act (US.CSA). And so I can speak intelligently about how to make it. Matt Baum:Right. Homestead Alternatives was founded by the same Laura that founded Laura's Lean Beef in 1985. And that way it keeps it spaced out, but we can dunk it into the glue. And don’t forget to use the code MINISTRY at checkout to get 20% off and let them know you listen to Ministry of Hemp calm to get your information, and you want to support businesses that support us. Required fields are marked *. We’re paying all our guys fair.” Where are we live at, it’s inexpensive. Greg Wilson:And then a round bale is a round bale around-. So we’re trying to target white Oak as the mainstream, but we’re trying to outperform it by getting the density of Brazilian cherry, so if the density is higher, then so is your hardness, and so is your stability, because the density-. Or maybe you would be interested in their new sleep formula. Are they making it funnier? That guy, Charles, we met earlier, he is the machinist here. It is likely the first plant cultivated by humans for the use of textiles (Bengtsson, 2009).Hemp can also grow up to 0.31 m in a week, making it a desirable plant for production due to its fast-growing qualities (Oliver, 1999). Greg Wilson:And so we had almost no sales except for the stuff that was happening online. Greg Wilson:Yep. Veurre® is a blend of organic, allergen-free ingredients including hemp seeds, coconut oil, olive oil, cacao butter, rosemary extract and filtered water. We are a family business here at The Shack. But it’s a lot more profitable to do it the wrong way. Matt Baum:Yeah, that makes sense. So getting back into the process, once it comes out of the dryer, we batch it again. Matt Baum:Right on. Greg Wilson:Yes, it is less flammable than your traditional woods, especially your softwoods. Matt Baum:It’s gorgeous. Because it’s not the same as your traditional woods. Greg Wilson:And we just started traveling again. Matt Baum:That’s where I was, like, “Oh, man, he’s trying to take our wood job.” I’m like, “Take out the wood jobs. So is it a direct one for one replacement on a yearly basis? 3 talking about this. The Blue Forest Farms Whatâs Your Number system comes from processing 6 different unique oils. Hemp grows much faster than marijuana, so while an intensively bred high-CBD medical marijuana strain would take a full season to grow, a hemp farmer can often plant multiple crops a season, creating a more environmentally sustainable and conscious product. Greg Wilson:Yeah, absolutely. And so you actually have spacing in between the trees and everything. Check out that review as well.Again, huge, thanks to BFF for partnering with us. Sunday before I made a cabinet for my wife, and we put it up in the bathroom. I love wood. Below are numerous ways that hemp plastic can revolutionize the world, and is better than petroleum-based plastics. So here’s the edge of row crops. And we’re the only scaled fiber manufacturer of hemp in the United States, and the only hemp-building materials manufacturer in the United States. The answer is saying like-, Matt Baum:â¦ combining hemp wood with Oak, and showing like, “Look, they can both work together really well.”. So take me through the process. Matt Baum:When it comes to making wood, how many acres of forest are we cutting down toâ¦ I don’t even know the terms to use here, to make X amount of wood versus acres of hemp to make X amount of wood? Matt Baum:Is that because you’re using hemp instead of plywood, basically? So when it’s getting rolled, it rolls it that way like a fruit roll-up, now it rolls it backwards. Soy milk has been used for millennia in China and has already an established presence in the West, but the hemp alternative is relatively new. Go to patreon\ministryofhemp, and any amount of money you give, makes you an Insider and get you all kinds of cool stuff like early access to articles, podcast extras, like the one I mentioned with Gregory, and all kinds of other cool things that we’re doing. And then it transfers that heat to our ovens and dryers. So then we had to go and get a frickin hundred thousand dollars saw. Greg Wilson:Shoot, half of the employees here come from there-. Matt Baum:You’re replacing it with hemp and the hemp that you’re growing, that you guys are bringing in, how long is that growing? What does it start with? And I’ve got to say, I’ve been sleeping very well, which is great because I just ran out of my other one.Blue Forest Farms has a CBD oil that is perfect for any of your needs. So it’s even safer from like a flammability perspective too. Because I was just doing lab scale, it looked like a stalk, a piece of bamboo. You’ll hear him talk about it more later. Here’s my conversation with Gregory Wilson. Greg Wilson:I can say that our local Congressman, Congressman Comer, is doing everything he can for us. So you can tick all the boxes ofâ¦ There’s your mainstream American white Oak. And at the end of the day, people are trying to provide for theirs, whatever that is. The alternative fiber highlighted in this study is fiber derived from industrial hemp fiber (referred to as hemp in the study). And we actually circulate it. We also picked Blue Forest Farms Broad Spectrum Gummies as one of our top brands of CBD gummies. They’re not going to let that happen. COVID turned all that upside down. Matt Baum:Right. With over 15 years of consulting experience, Cynthia Petrone-Hudock, CEO has now worked with Cannabis companies for over 3 years assisting with strategic plans, go-to-market tactics and operational execution by focusing on people, process and technology. The driving force behind Planet Based Foodsâ new meat alternative was the desire âto bring a product to market that represented the times weâre living in and the necessities of creating a plant-based product that addressed sustainability, as well as flavor and texture,â Davis said in an interview with HEMP Magazine. Matt Baum:Really? Greg Wilson:My name is Greg Wilson. That is amazing. Wilson is creating beautiful wood for flooring, cabinetry, and so much more with compressed hemp fibers. 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