Finola is a hemp variety used to produce hemp oil. It is the first oilseed variety of hemp recognized by Canada and EU, and the first variety developed for use as a grain, instead of a fiber. As of 2016, Finola was the most popular variety grown in Canada. Formerly named FIN-314, the cultivar is a cross of two northern Russian landraces that were obtained from the Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry. It is short in stature at 1.5 m when mature, making it amenable to machine harvesting. Combine harvesters suitable for grain can also be used to harvest Finola without modification.
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