From the beginning of summer, I started to notice a change in the size of the bales of the hemp plant. After all, I’m used to seeing big bales, but I was beginning to get used to seeing smaller, and smaller, bales. A few weeks after the heavy rains that began in mid-July, I finally got a chance to see and photograph a bale that was only 10 to 12 inches in diameter.
There is absolutely no rhyme or reason to the size of the bales, yet they’re always the same size, seemingly unchanged for the last several years. This must be due to the natural growth pattern of the hemp plant. It’s a fact that you can see the bales every single day.
Hemp bales are the perfect size for large tents, or for a large outdoor space that has no roof. Hemp is a fairly low maintenance plant and when it grows tall enough the bales don’t need to be as heavy. There is one very good reason for this. Hemp is a natural plant that grows straight, almost vertically, which means the bales are almost always the same size.
For large tents or for a large outdoor space that has no roof, hemp bales may be perfect. While they may not have the same longevity as a regular size bale, they provide great padding for the ground. They can also be used as a storage area, or to store items that are not easily stored in a regular bale.
Hemp bales are great for areas that need very tall trees, but I think that they are also ideal for areas that need to be sheltered from the elements. For instance, if you are building a summer house, you could use hemp bales to create a strong, sturdy foundation. If you are building a small or medium sized home, you can use hemp bales to create an outdoor area that is open and airy.
I really like hemp bales for several reasons, most of which aren’t to do with the bales themselves. Firstly, hemp bales are very durable and light. As a result, they can be used to create rooms that are light and easily maneuverable. There’s also the fact that hemp bales are easy to cut down to size, so you can create a room that is as small and compact as you want it.
There are a lot of reasons you can use hemp bales for your new home.