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198 Farmers Applied for Licenses in Ohio's First Year of Hemp Industry - Hemp Grower

While hemp production applications opened in Texas just two months ago, Panda Biotech, a Dallas-based hemp fiber and cellulose processing company, is working quickly to build up the state’s fiber industry before the company kicks into full gear in 2021. The company has announced it is donating more than 60 tons of approved hemp fiber …

Hemp growing takes first steps in Ohio - The News-Messenger

CLOSE The Ohio Department of Agriculture’s hemp program began accepting license applications from potential cultivators and processors for the 2020 growing season on March 3. (Photo: Photo courtesy of the Ohio Department of Agriculture) FREMONT – It’s legal to grow hemp now in Ohio. But it remains to be seen how many Ottawa and Sandusky County …

Times Reporter

Tuesday Mar 3, 2020 at 3:00 PM The Ohio Department of Agriculture Hemp Program will now accept license applications from potential cultivators and processors for the 2020 growing season. All cultivators and processors are required to obtain a license and can apply online at agri.ohio.gov. The department-created hemp rules passed through a review and public comment process …

Ohio starts accepting applications today to grow hemp - Dayton Daily News

The Ohio Department of Agriculture today will start accepting applications for its three-year licenses to grow and process hemp. MORE: Ohio hemp growing rules approved; farmers can start later this month Applications will be accepted through May 1 and the state noted that cultivation and processing licenses are separate. Ohio’s hemp program is one of …

Ohio farmers cautiously optimistic about hemp industry - MahoningMatters.com

Ohio’s farmers will be growing hemp this spring. It’s a risky crop, but these farmers are “the pioneers that are trying to make this work,” said one advocate. They know hemp won’t make much of a profit at first, mainly because of regulations, said Julie Doran, founder of the Ohio Hemp Farmers Cooperative. “All the …

DTN

Consider the gamble: The crop could generate hundreds, even thousands, of dollars per acre. Or, quite possibly, nothing at all. The market price for CBD oil, which is derived from hemp flowers, has declined recently because of an oversupply on the market. Farmers in some states are awaiting payment for hemp they grew but could …

'Oh, it's been a nightmare' - Hemp farmers face problems with banks as Ohio's rules take effect - News 5 Cleveland

CLEVELAND — USDA-approved rules taking effect is a big step forward for the hemp program in Ohio while farmers who want to join the program are navigating banking concerns. “It’s a huge step because it’s the first step,” said Ohio Hemp Association Vice President and Frantz Ward Partner Tom Haren. Hemp and marijuana come from …

Hemp in Ohio

It’s looking increasingly likely farmers in the U.S. state of Ohio will be able to plant hemp this year. On July 30 last year Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill 57 into law, allowing for the state’s Department of Agriculture to immediately plant a research crop and helping to clear the way for the …

Ohio hemp growing rules approved; farmers can start later this month - Dayton Daily News

Ohio farmers can apply to grow hemp on their farms by the end of January after a vote Thursday by a state committee. Farmers will be required to grow at least 1,000 plants on a minimum of a quarter acre, according to Ohio Department of Agriculture regulations approved in December. In addition, farmers will have …

Ohio pursuing hemp as new cash crop - Canton Repository

The Buckeye State is among the first to receive federal approval for a statewide program to cultivate hemp. Drive through southern Ohio next summer and you might be surprised to see acres of cannabis plants swaying in the breeze. These bushy annuals won’t be the kind that produce marijuana. Farmers are hoping to grow hemp, …