Welcome to Bossville Farms
Who are we?
Bossville Farms is a family run
hemp farm based out of
Follow us on our journey as we build a legacy and spread information about hemp and agriculture.
Commercial Use Hemp
What is CBD?
Meet the team
Derick Hopkins Muhammad
Farm Advisor and Operations
Thomas "Coach" Dawkins
K. Jabril Hopkins
VP of Marketing and Advertising
Community Outreach/ Sales
Accounting and Finance Manager
Clemson University (Fiber Trial)
Industrial Hemp Farming
2021 Clemson Hemp Research Initiative :
Best Practices & Results
As part of the global battle against climate change, Industrial Hemp has proven to be a key component of many decarbonization strategies.
Did you know that Hemp can capture atmospheric carbon twice as effectively as forests while providing carbon-negative biomaterials for renewable energy generation, architectural building materials, and waste stream plastic mitigation?
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As part of Bossville Farms’ annual planting education party, this year we will be sharing the findings and best practices from our collaborative work with Clemson University on the 2021 Clemson Hemp Research Initiative. This research explored:
Low Tech Tissue Culture Technology
Greenhouse Propagation Techniques
Hormone Treatments for THC manipulation
Root morphology of direct seeded vs. cloned plants
Efficiency of hemp bio-fuels
Hemp fiber Specialty wear Effect of organic soil amendments on CBD production
Hemp Fiber and Grain Variety Trial
14 grain and fiber varieties
2 Research Stations; 4 farms (South Carolina)
Multiple tribal partners on various Tribal Nations (Nationwide)
Bossville Farms is dedicated to learning, researching and sharing the versatile uses of Hemp.
Industrial Hemp Fiber and Innovation
Hemp Fibers can be used to make a variety of commercial and industrial products, including rope, textiles, clothing, shoes, food, paper, insulation, and more. Agronomic Hemp is marketed for grain, long strong fibers and biomass. It can grown between 3 to 18 feet tall.
The hemp stalks can take 60-100 days to harvest.
Bossville currently has 80 plus acres of land and is currently using a percentage to grow hemp for industrial use.
For more information on Bossville Farms or Industrial hemp please contact us at
Phone : 1 (803) 893-3444