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Hemp Farming

PA’s Once Vast Hemp Harvest Reemerges from the Weeds

On 14 plots scattered across Pennsylvania this year, farmers reintroduced what was once a dominant cash crop to the state – industrial hemp, the straight-laced, non-psychoactive, cannabis cousin of marijuana. Source: Pa.’s once vast hemp harvest reemerges from the weeds… Continue Reading →

UNL’s Research into Industrial Hemp has Already Yielded Some Key Information

Behind a thick screen of green stalks lay a research plot that’s been three years in the making in Nebraska: The state’s first test plot of industrial hemp, a cousin of marijuana that has none of the properties to get someone… Continue Reading →

Nevada to Open Up Retail for Industrial Hemp as Production Expands

Nevada Department of Agriculture Industrial Hemp Program Manager Russell Wilhelm says the state is setting up the new industrial hemp regulations and fielding increased interest from prospective producers. Source: Nevada to open up retail for industrial hemp as production expands… Continue Reading →

Making History with Hemp Seeds

Anderson was the first person in America to legally import hemp from Canada in 2014 after the federal farm bill passed. His first project was for Kentucky and was completed in conjunction with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. He also… Continue Reading →

State Sides with Helena Hemp Farmer who was Denied Federal Water

The Montana Department of Agriculture on Monday refuted a federal decision to deny irrigation water to a Helena Valley hemp farmer, department officials said. Source: State sides with Helena hemp farmer who was denied federal water The Montana Department of… Continue Reading →

Two Colleges Join New York’s Industrial Hemp Farming Program

Two more colleges have been authorized to participate in New York’s industrial hemp pilot program. The program allows farmers to partner with universities Source: Two Colleges Join New York’s Industrial Hemp Farming Program   Two more colleges have been authorized… Continue Reading →

Martinez Vetoes Another Hemp Research Bill

The Republican governor’s action could mean the end of the push to start a research program administered by the state Department of Agriculture. Source: Martinez vetoes another hemp research bill By Steve Terrell Without a word of explanation, Gov. Susana… Continue Reading →

An Idea’s Appeal Grows: Farmers Tout High Points of Industrial Hemp

With their water wells dropping, two farmers from the far southwest corner of Kansas flew a 1967 Cessna Wednesday morning to Topeka – all in support of hemp. Source: An idea’s appeal grows: Farmers tout high points of industrial hemp… Continue Reading →

Colorado Hemp Farmers Are Turning to Bitcoin for Their Banking Woes – Motherboard

The main problem is getting farmers to understand how cryptocurrencies work. Source: Colorado Hemp Farmers Are Turning to Bitcoin for Their Banking Woes – Motherboard By: Daniel Oberhaus, Nov 5 2016, 7:00am You could almost say Veronica Carpio was born to sell… Continue Reading →

Willamette Hemp Co.: Growing the Industrial Market Organically

“Instead of growing 50 acres right off the bat, we’re trying to grow the best quality organic we can.” -Willamette Hemp Co. Team Source: Willamette Hemp Co.: Growing the Industrial Market Organically | DOPE Magazine | Marijuana News & Reviews… Continue Reading →

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