CBD & Hemp

"You take North Carolina's agricultural background and this can be an amazing crop. Mark this space, it's going to be a very big market."

The versatile plant has hundreds of applications if you want to get down to it.

The follow-up to the Cayman GT4 racer is finally here and Porsche has not only made it faster but greener, too.

Compared to the 89 million acres of soybean in the U.S., the hemp industry is still meager at 25,000 acres, but experts expect that will quickly change now that President Donald Trump has signed the 2018 farm bill.

Hemp is estimated to become a $600 billion industry in 2019, according to the Chicago-based Brightfield Group, and Iowa farmers could get a share of the money if they’re willing to grow it.

Local hemp farmers are feeling some relief from the 2018 Farm Bill, which legalized hemp production at the federal level and clarified the crop’s murky legality.

Recent News Articles

Friday July 19

Louisiana 'weeks’ away from medical marijuana rollout - Cannabis News

in Law & Crime

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Medical marijuana could finally be available for Louisiana’s sickest patients in “the next few weeks,"…

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Friday July 19

Hype, Hops, and a Lot of Hope: Inside the Billion-Dollar Weed Drink Gamble - Cannabis…

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by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

With the exception of CBD, few cannabis products have received as much corporate hype as…

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Friday July 19

I wanted to try medical marijuana. Why couldn’t my doctors help me? - Cannabis News

in Medical News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Medical marijuana may have come to the states, but there is no integration with the…

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Friday July 19

You Can Now Buy Jeans Made Out of Marijuana Waste - Cannabis News

in Fashion

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

A team of California denim experts are making big moves in the world of hemp…

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Monday July 22

How can Texas fix its marijuana problem after legalizing hemp? Forensic experts have a plan…

in Law & Crime

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Prosecutors and crime lab scientists were scrambling to find a solution after a change in…

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