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Black Dog Grow Technologies Approved To Run Indoor Hemp Research Facility In Colorado - Benzinga

Black Dog Grow Technologies announced Wednesday it has received a license amendment from the Colorado Department of Agriculture to commence indoor cultivation of Farm Bill-compliant hemp flower for indoor grow light research and testing. This new facility, based in Niwot, Colorado, will allow the company to further refine its lighting spectrum to the unique needs …

The Hemp Seeds Market recently published a Global Market research study with more than 100 industry informative desk and Figures spread through Pages and easy to understand detailed TOC on “Hemp Seeds Market”.The report provides information and the advancing business series information in the sector to the exchange. The report gives an idea associated with the advancement …

Hemp Seed Market: Inclusive Insight Global hemp seed market is expected to rise from 319.00 million in 2018 to an estimated value of USD 322.00 million by 2026, registering a substantial CAGR in the forecast period of 2019-2026. Rising demand for hemp seeds over traditional herbal seeds is the major factor for the growth of …

Cornell researchers: Genetics, not field conditions, makes hemp 'go hot' - Olean Times Herald

GENEVA — As the hemp industry grows, producers face the challenge of cultivating a crop that has received comparatively little scientific study, and that can become unusable — and illegal — if it develops too much of the psychoactive chemical THC. Cornell researchers have determined that a hemp plant’s propensity to “go hot” — become …

Vermont researcher looking for hemp answers | Crops - Leader-Telegram

EAU CLAIRE — Heather Darby made money in hemp last year, but it wasn’t in the way she expected. Darby, an agronomist with the University of Vermont, has been researching industrial hemp in Vermont for four years. On her own farm, Darby and her husband contracted to grow 5 acres of hemp for the first …

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 …

Montevideo American-News

    The Agricultural Utilization Research Institute (AURI) recently released a report on Minnesota’s burgeoning hemp marketplace. The report, Building an Industrial Hemp Industry in Minnesota, is an educational resource for stakeholders, defining opportunities and challenges driving business in this revitalized industry.     The interest and demand for hemp has steadily increased with the identification of …