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Two local farmers will be applying for hemp license to begin growing in Lee County - WZVN-TV

Two local farmers will be applying for hemp license to begin growing in Lee County  WZVN-TV Source link

Local hemp growers gather to share successes, setbacks - WBNG-TV

BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Hemp growers from across the state gathered at the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator Sunday for a discussion called ‘Hemp Growing 101.’ “Specifically we talked about how important genetics are and what to look for in terms of planting and field prep,” said Kaelan Castetter, CEO of Castetter Sustainability Group, or CSG Hemp. …

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CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Hemp farmers can now insure their crops through the federal government, a big step for a crop that became legal little more than one year ago. “I mean . . . we have to,” said Paul Murdoch, co-owner of Horn Creek Farms. He is signing up for the insurance. This will …

From seed to sale: Local hemp farmers open CBD store in the St. Clair Plaza - Concentrate

Thumbcoast CBD recently opened in St. Clair.It took about a year for St. Clair’s latest business to come together–from seed to sale, as Mara McCalmon says. Mara co-owns Thumb Coast CBD with husband Kyle, though she credits the family behind the business as even larger. The wellness center, as it’s called, carries a variety of …

Hemp Summit held in West for local farmers - KWTX

WEST, Texas (KWTX) Saturday the City of West along with Green Light Events, hosted a hemp summit for local farmers in the area who may be interested in growing the plant once production is allowed to begin in Texas. Jimmy Gerik, a Dallas filmmaker and west native started a ground swell for this event in …

Metro hemp conference offers guidance, caution for local growers - WDAF FOX4 Kansas City

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Expectations are soaring, in some circles, for Missouri’s first legal industrial hemp harvest in 70 years. “Well I’d say, ‘Slow down and take it easy,’” said Bill Cook with the Missouri Hemp Association. After a pilot program last year, Missouri growers, once they’ve attained a license, can now grow hemp and sell …

After partnering with local hemp growers, Floyd Landis launches Lancaster cafe featuring his CBD products - LancasterOnline

Farmersville native and former professional bicycle racer Floyd Landis was in Lancaster on Friday to launch his new Floyd’s Cafe of Lancaster. The cafe, which officially opens early next week at 237 N. Prince St., features a variety of cannabidiol (CBD) products from Floyd’s of Leadville, the company Landis launched in 2016. And now, after …