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Hemp plant
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Urist likes hemp plants for their leaves.

· Hemp seeds


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Spring Summer Autumn Winter

Wet Dry
Oil Hempseed oil
Paper Hemp paper
Powder Hemp flour
Processed to Thread
Plant Properties
Edible No
Cookable No
Seed Properties
Edible Yes
Cookable Yes

Wikipedia article

This article is about an older version of DF.

Hemp is a highly versatile aboveground crop that supports the food, textile, paper and soap industries. The plants can be processed at a farmer's workshop to produce hemp plant fiber thread, and can also be milled into flour or slurry, the latter of which can be pressed into sheets.

Hemp seeds can be milled into paste at a quern or millstone, which in turn can be pressed into hempseed oil and a press cake at a screw press.

Hemp and flax are the only millable plants that can be stored in containers made from their own fibers.

Some dwarves like hemp plants for their leaves.

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For some reason, humans are particularly secretive about their hemp farms, especially when their nobles are around. As the dwarven broker has reported, humans consider milled hemp a highly valued good, though no dwarf knows why.

Admired for its leaves.
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