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By Lorie Hailey GenCanna’s Hemp Research Campus in Clark County is located on nearly 150 agricultural acres formerly used by a multi-national tobacco firm as a research facility. Central Kentucky is often recognized for its good bourbon, fast horses and automobile manufacturing, but another sector is making its mark on the area’s economy: industrial hemp. …

Canada's First Premium Craft Cannabis, Hemp, and Agrifood Supply Chain Breaks Ground in Taber, Alberta - Yahoo Finance

Lethbridge, Alberta–(Newsfile Corp. – November 15, 2019) – A ground-breaking ceremony in Taber, Alberta today marks the opening of Canada’s first premium supply chain for cannabis, hemp and agrifoods. In partnership with the Town of Taber, Grasslands Taber Collaborative (GLTC) will be launching its premium park, located on 60 acres in Taber’s Eureka Industrial Park …

View Systems, Inc.'s (VSYM) Sannabis Imports Hemp Seeds to Uruguay to Begin Planting Next Week to Supply the World's $ 14 Billion Hemp Market - GlobeNewswire

Company also acquires new farm in Colombia to build out their Seed Bank closer to their University Research Partner. Cali, Colombia, Nov. 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) announces their medical marijuana and hemp subsidiary, Sannabis S.A.S. (“the Company”), has successfully imported hemp seeds to Uruguay, Company executives are traveling there next week …

Tractor mowing hemp on hemp farm

Industrial hemp was once widely grown in Missouri as a fiber crop. The Controlled Substance Act of 1970 made it illegal to produce or possess any form of the cannabis plant. Recent changes in federal and state legislation have increased interest in growing hemp for fiber, grain, and CBD oil. An educational program will be …

About 340 farmers from western Kentucky complete training, earn hemp growing licenses - Hopkinsville Kentucky New Era

As hemp and cannabidiol products grow in both controversy and popularity, veteran-owned Thrive Well will open its doors to offer not only hemp and CBD products but also education on the products. Thrive Well will be in Suite D01 at 2535 Fort Campbell Blvd. next to Big Lots. The store will have a soft opening …

Farm Journal Launches First Hemp Industry Database - Argus Press

LENEXA, Kan. – November 14, 2019 – ( Newswire.com ) ​​​Farm Journal has launched agriculture’s first and most comprehensive database of hemp growers, processors and other value chain participants. This data set integrates with Farm Journal’s Farm Reach database to provide agribusinesses, government agencies, investors and suppliers with unparalleled insights into this exciting growth market. …

New hemp trade group presses lawmakers on immigration reform, regs | TheHill - The Hill

A new trade association for hemp farmers held its first fly-in Thursday, as members went to Capitol Hill and the Department of Agriculture (USDA) to push policies that support the industry. The Hemp Federation of America was launched in October by Chris Thorne, a former aide to ex-Sen. Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) and a partner at Independent …

Seeking Certainty Between Certified Hemp Seeds Versus High-Yield CBD Strains - Benzinga

By William Sumner, Hemp Business Journal Among the most critical decisions a hemp cultivator makes is where to source seeds. Without a reliable provider for hemp seed genetics, cultivators risk losing an entire crop to disease, or worse, harvesting plants that test over acceptable limits for THC. In Kentucky, for example, a company called Elemental Processing …

‘We are the pioneers’: Maryland hemp growing shows struggle but promise  Delmarva Daily TimesNo hemp in Humboldt County? Supervisors to decide next week  Eureka Times-StandardPeople keep stealing hemp, thinking it’s weed  Tribune-ReviewHemp crops create opportunity, challenges  Dothan EagleUSDA Publishes Hemp Rules: Will It Impact Food?  FoodSafetyTechView full coverage on Google News Source link

By Sophie Quinton and April SimpsonPew Charitable Trusts Ajit Singh strode across his 16-acre hemp field toward a broken-down harvester. He’d been hoping all day that the mechanic now crouched beside the machine could get it back up and running. It was late October and Singh still had thousands of stinky green and purple cannabis …