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RBC HEMP LLC is committed to producing healthy hemp products while promoting biodiversity, fertile soils and greener energy. Our passion for sustainable, simple farming has developed from our desire to supply safe, high-quality hemp products in all its forms- food, cosmetics, health and as natural fibers for bio-plastics, rope, paper, cloth and all manner of building materials.

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Hemp has a wide variety of applications, including but not limited to foods, oils, cosmetics, energy, textiles, paper, building materials, and hygiene. There are many businesses in Canada, Europe and the US selling their hemp-based products into these markets. These businesses already exist and are RBC’S strategic target markets. In the US, many businesses have been producing hemp-based products for quite a few years, but they have been compelled to import their basic hemp product because until very recently, hemp was not allowed to be grown in the US. RBC anticipates in their 5th year, 70% of revenues will come from CBD hemp oil sold to wholesalers and distributors in the US, Canada and Europe; 23% will be hemp oils, and 7% fiber.

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Supplying the Demand

RBC will embark on a seed development program. As well, RBC will continue to look for seed suppliers. Resources for seed include International and US hemp associations. As well, this is a fairly small fraternity, and the players tend to know each other. The relationships tend to be collegial, so far. With the demand for hemp seeds and hemp-based products projected to grow over the course of the next several years, the need for a consistent supply that meets the demand of wholesalers and distributors will rise exponentially. RBC intends to participate in filling this demand and anticipate the Company to remain relevant well into the future

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The market is in need of the products and services that are being offered by RBC. Soil Restoration & Sustainability – Green Revolution farming has caused soil damage. Till farming encourages erosion, and requires twice the machinery passes, compacting soils. The constant use of chemical inputs is expensive and damages the life of soils, killing microbes and worms that are essential for healthy soils. The world’s diminishing acreage is most often the result of poor soil management, which is why “soil restoration and sustainability” is often at the forefront of conversations about optimal farming.In addition to the many health benefits and applications of hemp, it helps to rejuvenate the soils in which it grows. Hemp requires about 25% the water of other grain varieties (e.g. soy, wheat, corn, barley, oats, rice), and it generally rejects pests and disease, therefore requiring little or no fungicides and pesticides. Achieving 12-14 feet height in 3-4 months, the lofty industrial hemp is touted as a natural weed killer; it will dominate the bio-space, in most cases eliminating the need for herbicides. It sends down deep roots, which aerate (compacted) soils and facilitate deep water penetration. Once balanced, the soils should require very little fertilizing chemicals subsequently. As an added benefit, the no-till sowing process requires half the number of machine passes, which compact soils.Seed & Cultivar varieties – Europe has more than 50 accepted varieties of hemp which have been grown non-stop for the last 80 years. France, the Ukraine, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Romania, Spain, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Germany, and Netherlands all grow hemp and have various seed brands in current use. Although China is the world’s largest hemp producer, they are the least reliable in every respect. The optimal growing regions for hemp are plus or minus about 15 degrees of latitude 45 north and south. The southern latitudes are yet to be extensively proven, and issues of soil, sunlight and temperature tolerances help guide the best-growing regions.RBC Lab Developing varieties – Seeds tend to deteriorate after a couple of seasons, like 4th generation copies from a copy machine. First generation, mother seeds are carefully protected.

Target market

Hemp has a wide variety of applications, including but not limited to foods, oils, cosmetics, energy, textiles, paper, building materials, and hygiene. There are many businesses in Canada, Europe and the US selling their hemp-based products into these markets. These businesses already exist and are RBC’S strategic target markets. In the US, many businesses have been producing hemp-based products for quite a few years, but they have been compelled to import their basic hemp product because until very recently, hemp was not allowed to be grown in the US. RBC anticipates in their 5th year, 70% of revenues will come from CBD hemp oil sold to wholesalers and distributors in the US, Canada and Europe; 23% will be hemp oils, and 7% fiber.

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Supplying the Demand

RBC will embark on a seed development program. As well, RBC will continue to look for seed suppliers. Resources for seed include International and US hemp associations. As well, this is a fairly small fraternity, and the players tend to know each other. The relationships tend to be collegial, so far. With the demand for hemp seeds and hemp-based products projected to grow over the course of the next several years, the need for a consistent supply that meets the demand of wholesalers and distributors will rise exponentially. RBC intends to participate in filling this demand and anticipate the Company to remain relevant well into the future

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