The Henola industrial hemp variety is the youngest variety grown at the Institute of Natural Fibers and Medicinal Plants. The oil-type variety, which is characterized by a greater yield than other varieties available on the market, low growth up to about 2m, and a vegetation period shorter by 3 weeks. Henola seeds have a very favorable ratio of fatty acids. This variety is listed in European Union Plant variety database and has been approved by the Colorado Department of Agriculture, USA.
Comparative photo of the Henola variety (on the right) with the Białobrzeskie variety.
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