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This includes biocomposites used in construction, insulating materials for energy efficiency, and eco-friendly textiles for the fashion industry.
The handbook is a compilation of research and insights from top professionals at Wageningen University & Research.
It offers reliable, scientifically-backed information on every aspect of hemp production and utilization.
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Emphasizes the environmental benefits of hemp, such as its lower requirements for water and fertilisers compared to traditional crops, and its ability to suppress soil fungi, making it a key player in sustainable agriculture.
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