Bio-Sunn Technologies Inc. is a leader in the industrial hemp processing industry in the USA.  Established in 1986, Bio-Sunn Technologies Inc. gained a  reputation as a company that farmers, customers, suppliers, and stakeholders’ partner with for win-win solutions.


We continue developing our technology and implementing innovations for efficiency and quality while protecting Mother Earth in the process.  Whether you’re a farmer, customer, business, or nonprofit, processed industrial hemp will be in your future.


Soon processed hemp materials from Bio-Sunn Technologies Inc. will be found in clothing, bioplastics, cannabidiol (CBD), graphene, hemp seed oil, and many other products too numerous to mention here.



After decades of industrial hemp being lumped in with marijuana it has finally been recognized as useful and versatile commodity that does not cause the psychoactive effects that it’s distant cousin marijuana does. From the late 1800’s through the early 1930s hemp was a common crop in America. In 1937 US Congress passed the Marijuana Tax Act effectively squelching hemp production in the US. During World War 2 that act was suspended to allow for hemp fiber production to make rope, textiles and other products for the US Navy. After the war hemp reverted to its de facto illegal status. The US Government strongly encouraged farmers to grow hemp during World War 2 as the accompanying video shows.
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Use more hemp-based products and make your contribution to ecology and life on earth.


Use more hemp-based products and make your contribution to ecology and life on earth.

  • Financial Flexibility for Farmers

  • Creating Jobs

  • Environmentally Beneficial

  • Economic Development


Whether you’re an individual, business, or nonprofit, you can do your part to help Mother Earth.

  • For every ton of hemp produced, 1.63 tons of carbon is removed from the air (making hemp a much more effective sequester of Carbon Dioxide than trees).

  • Hemp products can be recycled, reused and are 100 percent biodegradable.

  • Hemp possesses the positive qualities of your typical weed; hemp grows prolifically with little water and without pesticides.

  • No tree or plant on Earth can produce as much paper per acre as hemp. Hemp produces twice as much fiber per acre as cotton.

  • Fiber decortication and separation

  • Seed pressing plant pressing hemp oils containing Gamma Linoleic Acid (GLA)

  • Fiber matting

  • Graphene manufacturing

  • Animal bedding products

  • Cannabidiol (CBD)

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Hemp will positively impact your life!

What is industrial hemp?

Industrial Hemp is a plant of the Cannabis sativa L. family containing a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration of no more than three-tenths of one percent (0.3%) on a dry weight basis.

Will I need a license to grow hemp?

Yes. Under the US Farm Bill of 2018 states are asked to create licensing programs for the growing of industrial hemp. Check with your states’ Department of Agriculture.

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North Dakota farmers - Click here

What type of soil does hemp like?

Hemp can grow in many types of soil, it does particularly well in well-drained soils.

Hemp, a new member of the family.

Industrial hemp joins the rapidly expanding earth-friendly renewables category. A category that includes solar energy, bio-fuels, bio-plastics, and recycling.

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