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Why Don’t Many Dispensaries Sell Pre-Ground Cannabis? - Cannabis News

As you painstakingly turn your grinder against the resistance of sticky resin, you may have at one point thought to yourself, “why doesn’t my dispensary sell cannabis that’s already ground?”

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Marijuana and the metaverse: How LA cannabis startups are lighting up the virtual realm

In Hawaii, the first hemp research program was approved by the state Legislature in 1999, but it wasn’t until 2016 that a formal pilot program for developing a new state crop was approved.

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Super-plant hemp poised to fuel the next “Green Rush” - Cannabis News

While marijuana legalization gets the headlines, hemp shows potential for explosive growth in sectors ranging from the auto industry to pharmaceuticals.

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Brick & Order - The Pandemic Transforms Cannabis Shops Into E-Commerce Hubs

Hemp History Week: Activists, politicians and scientists are helping to rehabilitate hemp’s reputation, while touting its potential economic and environmental benefits.

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Hawaii Hemp Conference Scheduled in Hilo

The 8th annual Hemp History Week runs from June 5 to 11 nationwide with over 150 events taking place across the U.S., including on the Big Island of Hawai‘i.

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Pennsylvania: First hemp seeds sown legally in Lehigh Valley in decades - Cannabis News

The pilot research program comes as state officials try to make sense of contradictory federal law.

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Industrial hemp arrives in the North Carolina mountains - Cannabis News

HAYWOOD COUNTY, N.C. (WLOS) — History was made at the North Carolina-Tennessee border Friday night as the first permitted industrial hemp plants were trucked into the mountains.

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Hemp in food for horses and chickens? Maybe - Cannabis News

Cannabis: It’s not just for medicinal or recreational purposes. At least that's what one commercial grower hopes.

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Trulieve is now the largest cannabis operator in the U.S. after closing $2.1 billion deal

Lost to most in the flurry of legislation at the end of the South Carolina General Assembly’s session earlier this month was a bill legalizing the growth of industrial hemp. Not pot, but hemp.

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North Dakota: Hemp growers pick up seed - Cannabis News

The state will receive a total of 84,250 pounds of industrial hemp seed this year with seed distributed in 50-pound bags.

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NDSU student's sugarbeet weed control project expands access to effective herbicide

There’s one piece of legislation that seems to be getting broad bipartisan support in Springfield.

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Hemp conference to draw industry, scientists, policymakers to Kentucky - Cannabis News

Individuals interested in the hemp industry, science and policy can attend concurrent tracks in each area and a two-day scientific poster session and trade show.

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This Cannabis Stock Is Full of Potential and Hasn't Been This Cheap in Months

Like marijuana, industrial hemp comes from the cannabis plant, but it does not have large concentrations of the compound that makes marijuana a high-inducing drug.

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Marijuana Dispensaries Are Beginning To Celebrate Mother's Day

If your mom is a “cool” mom, cannabis companies want you to think outside the box for this year's present. Several cannabis companies aren't shying away from Mother's Day like last year, just the opposite they are embracing it.

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How to Turn a College Degree Into a Cannabis Industry Career

If you’re a recent college graduate, how do you go about finding a job in the cannabis industry, and what does it mean to work in a field that’s still technically federally illegal?

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Arizona Bill to allow the growth of Hemp

Yuma, Ariz. - Arizona could possibly become a Hemp producing state. On Monday, the house gave approval to SB 13-37 which governs the state of Arizona's Department of Agriculture to start growing Hemp.

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Drug decriminalization versus legalization: Here’s the difference

Australia's health ministers have approved the sale of hemp foods nationwide.

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The Coin Shortage Is Further Highlighting Cannabis Industry's Payment Problem

Use of hemp as a construction material is part of the revival of the crop in America, thanks to entrepreneurs who are thinking big — and small, including a Colorado firm that hosts workshops on hempcrete and builds tiny hemp houses.

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How self-service is helping fuel cannabis dispensaries' nationwide expansion

“This could potentially create the largest carbon-negative industry in the world."

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Hemp planting set for May 24 in Washington State - Cannabis News

It’s been nearly a century in the making, but this May will bring with it the first legal planting of the versatile, valuable industrial hemp oilseed and fiber crop in Washington State in approximately 90 years.

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