US (TX): "Our business model may become a Texas hemp industry standard in the future"

Since hemp became federally legalized in 2018, there have been numerous stories about entrepreneurs getting into the farming side of the industry and losing hundreds of thousands of dollars. Many of these growers have attempted to establish outdoor hemp farms but lost their crops in an epic battle against nature.

Cultivating hemp outdoors in Texas works great for those growing it for fibers that they plan on turning into clothing and hempcrete. Growing the plant for medicine, smokables, and CBD products have proven to be a challenge.

The Texas climate is the reason that growers of hemp plants have tried their hardest to move their business indoors, away from the unpredictable, extreme, stormy nonsense that we call weather.

One of the first indoor hemp farms in North Texas is showing why its business model may become a Texas hemp industry standard in the near future. Power BioFarms is a vertically integrated indoor hemp farm that houses from 300 to 600 plants at a time, with plenty of space to expand. Its products are currently in 13 stores in North Texas, and consumers can also purchase hemp through the company's website and have it mailed anywhere in the country legally. 

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