"Hemp holds a lot of promise for Hoosiers, for what it could do for farming, for business and for individual folks."

Farm fields across the state may soon look a bit different: Hemp is on the horizon in Indiana.

After years of hemming and hawing over the prospect of expanding hemp production to Indiana — and years of not doing anything about it — politicians, farmers and experts all expect 2019 to be the year that marijuana's non-psychedelic cousin finally gets the green light.

That's because of the federal 2018 Farm Bill, which was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Donald Trump in December.

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Sarah Bowman ~ Indianapolis Star ~

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