ELGIN, N.D. – Out in a field that can be viewed from the windows of a farmhouse in southwestern North Dakota, Clarence Laub III, finished seeding his industrial hemp crop on June 1.
Laub III had already planted the other crops on the family farm, planting their sunflowers the week before.
“We were able to get some early seeding done in early April because of the weather. The corn and the wheat are all up. The sunflowers are just emerging today,” Laub III said.
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