It seems that Europe is taking hemp more seriously and hemp is becoming a legitimate cash crop. The European Union is working on having a complete ban on the cultivation and sales of any kind of cannabis, including wholesale cannabis. Many experts expect a complete ban on wholesale cannabis to come in 2021, which could wreak havoc on the current cash crop industry and those who sell it.
The United States has a huge variety of varieties grown organically. It would not be surprising if hemp was as popular as cannabis. However, the problem is that hemp grows very tall, which means it would be more difficult to access to people if it was grown in large quantities. Also, in the United States, marijuana is seen as a “soft drug,” whereas hemp is viewed as more dangerous. Many Europeans do not see hemp as a “soft drug,” but rather one of the “hard drugs” and see it more as a more natural crop.
There are many benefits to growing hemp. For one thing, it is extremely drought resistant. It would not be surprising if there were an increase in hemp cultivation in areas that do not normally have a lot of rain. Places such as Nevada are already growing significant amounts of hemp. Hemp can grow extremely tall, which would allow for the possibility of hemp plantations on large plantations. This would be especially helpful to areas experiencing a shortage of water.
In Europe, hemp is seen as a way to lessen the amount of plastic waste that is produced by millions of people every day. Plastic is considered a major cause for environmental pollution. By growing hemp, the world would be reducing its dependency on this non-biodegradable material. Europe has already started hemp pilot projects, which is an indication of how much the world thinks about hemp as a cash crop. If successful, hemp could become a major cash crop. Europe would benefit greatly from the hemp industry.
Growing the cash crop would also mean that hemp is becoming more abundant. This means that prices would be much lower and thus more affordable to consumers all over the world. Some analysts believe that this could create another gold rush on the rise. The price of gold has been on the rise lately and it has been speculated that because of this, more people would become interested in investing in hemp. More people would mean a greater demand for hemp products. This would translate into a better profit margin for farmers, which is something that everyone would love.
With more people able to make money from selling the wholesale hemp buds Europe, the more that farmers would get paid. This would lead to more job opportunities in the area of growing marijuana. Farmers would also be able to help themselves through tax breaks. Not only is cash rising due to the wholesale of hemp, but because it is such a popular cash crop. Europe may just be the beginning for the world to accept hemp as a cash crop. Who knows, it may even go global and become the number one cash crop.