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A Company from Lublin Planted Hemp in the Middle of a Housing Estate

Hemp will appear on one of the fields at Jantarowa Street in the southern part of Węglin. A popular farmer from Lublin leased the field to a company that grows and processes fiber hemp. The fiber hemp variety Cannabis Sativa L has nothing to do with medical cannabis, which means it does not contain THC and is not psychoactive. Hemplab obtained a permit for cultivation from Lublin City Hall.



The hemp field is located next to blocks of flats on Jantarowa Street in the southern part of Węglin in Lublin. It belongs to one of the most popular farmers in Poland, who decided not to sell the land to developers to build blocks of flats.

Just a few days ago rapeseed was growing in the field, but at the beginning of the week the rapeseed was ploughed and the land was fenced. Concerned local residents began to sound the alarm. A rumor began to circulate that the farmer’s land had been sold to a developer who was beginning the construction of apartment buildings.

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0.5 ha were sown with hemp

The first time the site was visited, representatives of the company Hemplab from Lublin were there, who said that they had leased a field from a popular farmer and had sown fiber hemp there. The company’s president Szymon Wlodarczyk spoke about the plans for this crop.

“We lease 50 hectares of fiber hemp plantation in the Lubelskie province. Unfortunately, the nearest plantation is located about 40 kilometers from our company’s headquarters. At the beginning of the year, we came up with the idea of creating a test plantation of fiber hemp on a field in Jantarowa Street.” – explains Szymon Włodarczyk.

A few days ago the 0,5 ha field between the blocks at Jantarowa street was sown with hemp, which depending on weather conditions will sprout after about 1-2 weeks. Seed hemp grows to a height of 3-4 m. The fiber hemp variety Cannabis Sativa L has nothing to do with medical cannabis, which means it does not contain THC and is not psychoactive.

Hemp sown on a field on Jantarowa St. in Lublin

Hemplab obtained a permit for cultivation from Lublin City Hall. The officials during their local visit recommended the company to fence the cultivation area against unauthorized persons. It is a test cultivation and the plants will be used for cosmetics production. The harvest of hemp inflorescences will take place in late September, and the plants themselves will reach a height of about 3-4 meters.


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Valerie Harrison is a mom of two who likes reporting about the world of finance. She learned about the value of investing at a young age upon taking over her family's textile business when she was just a teenager. Valerie's passion for writing can be traced back to working with an editorial team at her corporate job, where she spent significant time working on market analysis and stock market predictions. Her portfolio includes real estate funds, government bonds, and equities in emerging markets such as cannabis, artificial intelligence, and cryptocurrencies.