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IND HEMP Main Office:
1210 22nd St, Ft. Benton, MT 59442
IH Fiber Processing Facility:
1500 27th Street Fort Benton, MT 59442
IH Oilseed Processing Facility:
1288 MT. Hwy 80 Fort Benton, MT 59442
IND HEMP Belgrade Office:
22 Astor Ave. Belgrade, MT 59714

Thanks for joining us and making your hempcrete block sample

Your hempcrete block needs to cure and dry. Please follow these instructions for success!

First 24 hours:  Remove lid from container and allow your block to start to dry.

After 24 hours:   

Your block can be removed from the mold so it can breath and fully cure and dry.

 -Place paper towels, newspaper or paper bag down to protect your surface.

-Gently turnover your mold onto paper and lightly tap or flex so the block comes out.

Allow block to dry and cure undisturbed for 7 days

Now that you know how to complete your hempcrete block sample, let’s learn a little more about hempcrete!

What is hempcrete?

Hempcrete is a hemp hurd, lime binder and water mix that can be used as a healthy and green construction method. Hempcrete is used with traditional timber frame construction and is used as the insulation as well as both inner and outer wall surfaces, replacing sheetrock, insulation, house wrap, and siding used in traditional construction.

Learn more about hempcrete from our friends at Hempitecture HERE

We would love to hear from you! Just call, email or use the button here to connect with us. Our mission is to connect our farmers with the hemp businesses of tomorrow. Let us provide the supply chain consistencies your business or product needs to scale and be successful.


Growers: to discuss what hemp production on your Montana, Idaho, Washington, or Oregon farm can do for you, visit here.


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