renewable and compostable
Hemp has always been our favourite among raw materials. There are many reasons for this. For example, hemp thrives in almost any soil, requires little irrigation, can be cultivated with little energy input and is biodegradable.
In addition, the hemp plant is very resistant to pests and fungi, so that neither chemical herbicides nor fungicides need to be used in cultivation. Last but not least, hemp is a raw material of which everything - from the seeds to the leaves - can be used.
Hemp can be processed into textiles with little energy input
No chemical herbicides and fungicides are used for cultivation
Garments made from hemp are skin-friendly and breathable
Hemp is biodegradable and therefore very environmentally friendly