Hemp -- Australia -- Victoria. : Comparison of industrial hemp with hardwood plantations for fibre production on ex-potato land in the Ballarat region / S.W. Selkirk.
Hemp -- Diseases and pests. : Hemp diseases and pests : management and biological control : an advanced treatise / J.M. McPartland, Assistant Professor, University of Vermont, Robert Connell Clarke, Projects Manager, International Hemp Organization Director, Pharmtex Consultants, Inc., San Diego, California and David Paul Watson, Director, HortaPharm B.V., Chairman, International Hemp Organization, Amsterdam.
Hemp industry -- New York (State) : A Scheme (by striking twenty thousand pounds, paper money) to encourage the raising of hemp, and the manufacturing of iron in the province of New-York, [electronic resource] : with some observations, shewing the necessity and advantages thereof.
Hemp -- Ireland. : The advantages, which may arise to the people of Ireland by raising of flax and flax-seed, considered. : Together with instructions for sowing and saving the seed, and Preparing the Flax for the Market. Drawn up and published by the direction of the Dublin Society.
Hemp -- Microbiology. : The retting of hemp. III, Biochemical changes accompanying retting of hemp / by W.H. Fuller and A.G. Norman.
Hemp -- Middle West. : Soil type and soil management factors in hemp production / by A.J. Vessel and C.A. Black.
Hemp -- Netherlands. : Observations made by Richard Hall, of the city of Dublin, hemp and flax dresser : on the methods used in Holland, in cultivating or raising of hemp and flax. And likewise, his remarks on Mr. Slator's book.
Hemp -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : A treatise concerning the manner of fallowing of ground : raising of grass-seeds, and training of lint and hemp, for the increase and improvement of the linnen-manufactories in Scotland. Publish'd for the Benefit of the Farmers in that Kingdom, by the Honourable Society for improving in the knowledge of agriculture Enter'd in Stationer's-Hall.
Hemp -- United States -- Early works to 1800. : A treatise of hemp-husbandry : being a collection of approved instructions, as to the choice and preparation of the soils, most proper for the growth of that useful and valuable material, and also as to the subsequent management thereof, agreable to the experience o several countries wherein it has been produced, both in Europe and America. With some introductory observations, upon the necessity which the American British colonies are under, generally to engage in the said production; and upon the extensive usefulness, and great utility of the said material. By Edmund Quincy, Esq; [One line from Horace in Latin].
Hemp -- Utilization. : Hemp : industrial production and uses / edited by Pierre Bouloc, La Chanvriere de L'Aube (LCDA), France, Serge Allegret, La Chanvriere de L'Aube (LCDA), France and Laurent Arnaud, Ecole Nationale des Travaux Public de l'Etat (ENTPE), France ; development editor, David P. West, PhD, Plant Breeder, USA ; translated from orginal French text by Glen Cousquer, BVM&S, BSc, CertZooMed, MRCVS, Independent Translator, UK.