Now that hemp is federally legal, industry-related companies and organizations have free rein to promote themselves on social media however they’d like.
This month, Hemp Grower is featuring companies with pristine Instagram accounts. Click through the slideshow to read descriptions of each account, and see links to their accounts below.
This Oregon-based craft hemp flower and seedling company remains transparent on its social media by not only showing off photos of its hemp growing from start to finish, but also with lengthy updates on its upcoming ventures.
From sunset photos of its mountainous Virginia-based farm to behind-the-scenes looks at formulating products, Floyd Hemp Factory showcases both the beautiful and the comedic sides of hemp on its Instagram.
Known for creating the Sweet Wife hemp variety, Tesoro Genetics couples its photos with detailed descriptions filled with helpful tips and useful information for farmers.
Between photos with snappy descriptions of its available strains, this seed-to-sale hemp operation’s Instagram account also features dreamy photos of its farming operations as well as grittier photos of its indoor grows.
This Colorado-based seed-to-sale, employee-owned and operated hemp company regularly features professional-grade photos of its growers on its page among flourishing fields and a bustling greenhouse. Check out its stories for giveaways that have included hemp seeds and CBD products.
If you’re browsing different cannabis varieties, this page is for you. Noble Farms’ Instagram feed is packed with detailed bud shots from the wide variety of genetics it both grows and creates, giving you an up-close look at a range of glistening trichomes mouth-watering terpene descriptions.
This European-based hemp company gives a look at how hemp is handled overseas with POV videos of employees harvesting and processing the crop, as well as informative photos with hemp factoids and a robust lineup of story highlights.
While Hemp Generation’s feed is perfectly curated with a soothing color palette to highlight its products, the true gem of the account comes with its Instagram stories, which neatly break down and give up-close looks at the company’s growing operations, soil amendments and more.
History buffs rejoice: This account is filled with historical information about hemp dating back centuries, along with myth-debunking, health factoids and exploration of hemp’s many end uses.
With six growing seasons under its belt, this seasoned Colorado-based hemp farm gives a behind-the-scenes look at life on a hemp farm, as well as regular closeup shots of its blooming buds.
Don't see your favorite hemp-related account in our compilation? Email Theresa Bennett at email@example.com for a chance to be featured in next month's social media roundup.