Hemp Trivia

This trivia made with the assistance of Chat GPT.

  1. What is the scientific name for hemp?
  2. How many different species of Cannabis are there?
  3. What is the maximum amount of THC that hemp plants are allowed to contain under US federal law?
  4. What is the primary use of hemp fibers?
  5. What is the oldest known piece of paper in the world made from?
  6. How many pounds of paper can be produced from one acre of hemp plants?
  7. What does the word “canvas” come from?
  8. What was the first pair of Levi’s jeans made from?
  9. What was the primary source of lamp oil before the discovery of crude oil?
  10. How many times stronger is hemp fiber compared to cotton?
  11. What did George Washington and Thomas Jefferson both grow on their farms?
  12. What was the primary source of rope on ships before the invention of synthetic fibers?
  13. What was the first crop grown in the United States for commercial purposes?
  14. How many acres of hemp were grown in the United States in 1943 as part of the “Hemp for Victory” program?
  15. What is the highest biomass potential of any plant on earth?
  16. How many different products can be made from hemp?
  17. What is the primary use of hemp seed oil?
  18. How many grams of protein are in one serving (30 grams) of hemp seeds?
  19. What percentage of the world’s paper was made from hemp before the 20th century.
  20. What is the primary use of hemp seed?
  21. How many times more efficient is hemp at absorbing carbon dioxide compared to trees?
  22. What is the primary use of hemp oil?
  23. How many times more durable is hemp fabric compared to cotton?
  24. How many times more water efficient is hemp compared to cotton?
  25. What is the primary use of hempcrete?


  1. Cannabis sativa
  2. 3
  3. 0.3%
  4. Textiles
  5. Hemp
  6. 4-10 times more than trees
  7. Cannabis
  8. Hemp
  9. Hemp seed oil
  10. 2-3 times stronger
  11. Hemp
  12. Hemp
  13. Hemp
  14. 150,000 acres
  15. Hemp
  16. Over 25,000
  17. Food
  18. 10 grams
  19. 90%
  20. Food
  21. 4 times more efficient
  22. Food and personal care products
  23. 3-4 times more durable
  24. 2-3 times more water efficient
  25. Building materials