Today, there are currently more than 3,000 industrial hemp textile plants in the United States.
The industry is still growing in some places, but the number of plants has decreased drastically in the past few years.
But as hemp production continues to grow, the U.S. government is working to ensure that we are not leaving it to fall into the hands of the black market.
Hemp was the first plant domesticated by humans, but that is no longer the case.
Today, hemp is grown for its fiber and oil, and it can be used for textiles, food, and even cosmetics.
But, like all other plant species, hemp needs certain types of fertilizers, pesticides, and other chemicals to grow.
Today, the United Nations estimates that more than 100 million metric tons of industrial hemp are grown in the world, and a report by the International Hemp Trade Association estimates that production is expected to increase by about 80 percent over the next few years, as demand for hemp products increases.
This is the first time that the U;s government has taken a hard line against industrial hemp cultivation in the U., so we should expect a new push from the government to protect the industry from the black markets.
However, we should also remember that hemp is a unique plant.
It grows in a specific location and has very few pests, pests that are responsible for a significant number of plant diseases and pests that threaten hemp plants, such as nematodes and fungus.
As with any plant, there is no silver bullet that will completely protect us from these threats.
We have to continue to adapt to them, and we need to work together to get better solutions.