The biggest misconception about hemp is that it can’t grow.
According to a 2011 survey by the University of Missouri-Kansas City, about half of American adults believe that it’s legal to grow hemp, and more than two-thirds of those surveyed also believe it’s illegal to grow it.
In reality, hemp is a crop with an incredible number of potential uses.
While there are currently more than 6,000 plants in the US, hemp has the potential to be grown for hundreds of thousands of uses.
The hemp plant is a valuable crop that has been used for centuries for many uses, including fiber, textiles, textile paper, textured rubber, paper products, and plastics.
But while the plant has been a staple for people for millennia, it has also been used by the rich and powerful in recent years.
For example, the first hemp oil was produced in the U.S. in the 1890s and it’s still used today in the oil industry.
And for many of us, the fiber we make from hemp is one of the most beautiful fibers that we’ve ever made.
But the fact that hemp is so popular and is a potential crop to be cultivated is just one of many myths people are still told about the hemp plant.
Here are the biggest myths about hemp.
Myth 1: The hemp industry was once very profitable.
The US is home to the world’s largest hemp industry.
According the US Department of Agriculture, there were approximately 1.4 million acres of hemp growing in the United States in 2013, up from 1.1 million acres in 2000.
That’s a massive increase over just three decades.
In fact, over the past few decades, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that there were over 6,500 new hemp production facilities being built in 2013 alone.
The main reason for the growth of the hemp industry in the USA is that there is a demand for hemp in the country.
According a 2013 survey conducted by the Hemp Industries Association, an industry trade group, the hemp crop is “growing at a rapid pace” and there is an increasing demand for it because of the growing popularity of hemp in many countries around the world.
According it, there are about 500 new hemp cultivars each year in the world, and the growing industry is expected to reach $1.6 billion in 2020.
In addition, the global market for hemp is expected by 2020 to reach approximately $40 billion.
Myth 2: The United States hemp industry will go out of business if hemp is legal.
The truth is that hemp has a long and storied history in the American economy.
The earliest uses of hemp were in China, and hemp was also used as an agricultural fiber in Europe.
But in the late 1800s, the US hemp industry started to take off and, in the 1960s, there was a boom in demand for the crop.
This boom led to a boom for hemp farming in the mid-1980s and a bust in the early 2000s as demand for this fiber fell.
However, it’s important to note that the industry is still thriving in the modern world.
A study conducted by The Hemp Industries and Hemp Industries Export Council in 2016 showed that in the 21st century, there is approximately $30 billion worth of hemp products exported from the United Kingdom alone, and it is expected that this value will continue to grow.
The United States is the largest exporter of hemp to the U, which is also a nation of farmers and farmers are still looking to the United states to help expand their market share.
The hemp industry is also growing in Europe, where there is currently an estimated 300,000 acres of the crop being grown in the European Union.
The European Union has been making a push to expand its hemp trade and hemp exports to the continent.
According an EU Commission report, the EU is currently the largest market for US hemp exports, with sales reaching $7.7 billion in 2016, which includes $3.2 billion in hemp products.
In the United Arab Emirates, the country is a leader in hemp export.
In 2015, Emirates exported $2.6 million worth of the fiber to the EU, with exports increasing by 70 percent to $2 billion, which represents the country’s fastest growth rate in the past three years.
This story is being updated.