Food, Fibre and Land International Group
Canning Vale WA 6155 Australia
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FFLI Group

Paving the way in Australia for the growth of industrial hemp for healthy food, building materials and personal care.

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FFLI Group

Paving the way in Australia for the growth of industrial hemp for healthy food, building materials and personal care.

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FFLI Group

Paving the way in Australia for the growth of industrial hemp for healthy food, building materials and personal care.

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Hemp Farming

Hemp is often touted as a super-crop with myriad uses. So what does it take to grow it? Here's an overview.

Hemp grows more vigorously than corn, but requires less water, pesticides, herbicides, and fertiliser, earning it a reputation as a sustainable crop.

The plant has over 25,000 known uses and is potentially an eco-friendly alternative for other crops commonly produced on an industrial scale.

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Super Food
Clothing
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Hemp fabrics are stronger, more absorbent, more durable, and better insulating than cotton. Furthermore, they don’t stretch out of shape. Hemp fibres dye well and retain its color better than any other fabric including cotton or linen.

Plastic
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Hemp grows prolifically, making it an extremely efficient crop for some sustainable plastics known as 'bioplastics'. They are lightweight, biodegradable and can replace many petrochemical plastics (oil-based plastics).

Construction Materials
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Hempcrete is a bio-composite that is made from the inner wood core of the hemp plant and mixed with lime and other natural materials. Whilst low density, Hempcrete is a carbon-negative material that consumes carbon which makes it an ecofriendly construction material.

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Recent News

23rd February, 2021

APH’s land clearing permit for industrial hemp

Aileron Pastoral Holdings (APH) has been granted its land clearing permit for 340 hectares

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1st December, 2020

APH secures industrial hemp research licence

Caason’s Aileron Pastoral Holdings (APH) has been granted a Class A research licence for

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6th November, 2020

Tackling plastic pollution with cannabis and hemp

Every 60 seconds, over 700 tonnes of plastic is created. Meanwhile, enormous quantities of

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Consultative Partners

Partners with whom the FLLI Group share knowledge and experience.

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