Can cannabis plants be moved outdoors part-time? Tips for a sunny transition – Cannabis News

Renowned grower Jorge Cervantes will answer readers’ questions and give advice on all things related to the cannabis plant.

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Pennsylvania House approves industrial hemp bill – Cannabis News

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives voted unanimously yesterday to legalize industrial hemp across the state, sending the legislation to Gov. Tom Wolf.

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Pennsylvania House approves industrial hemp bill – Cannabis News

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives voted unanimously yesterday to legalize industrial hemp across the state, sending the legislation to Gov. Tom Wolf.

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Industrial Hemp Bill Now Law in Hawaii – Cannabis News

It calls for a pilot program through the Hawaii Department of Agriculture.

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Industrial Hemp Bill Now Law in Hawaii – Cannabis News

It calls for a pilot program through the Hawaii Department of Agriculture.

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Could Hemp Grow Back to Aid Sustainability Efforts? – Cannabis News

Hemp could disrupt the myriad industries that produce and use plastics. You can make a car out of hemp. Imagine a hemp car with an engine running on clean-burning biofuel.

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Could Hemp Disrupt the Energy Industry? – Cannabis News

In West Virginia, residents will soon be seeing a lot more green than they’re used to. And it may come in the form of dollar bills, too.

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Minnesota town gets state’s first cultivated hemp field since 1950 – Cannabis News

John Strohfus, owner of Strohfus Stock Farm in Hastings, grows a lot of things, but recently with the help of his partners Ben Thurmes and Ken Anderson, he’s added hemp to his list and made some history doing it.

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In Kentucky, High Hopes For Hemp - Cannabis News

Farmers throughout the Ohio Valley want to revive a crop that was once a staple in the region: hemp.

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In Kentucky, High Hopes For Hemp - Cannabis News

Farmers throughout the Ohio Valley want to revive a crop that was once a staple in the region: hemp.

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Colorado Farmer Shatters Hemp's Fiber Ceiling - Cannabis News

Ryan Loflin bet the farm in 2013 and did what no U.S. producer had done for 70 years.

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Rhode Island Preparing to Legalize Hemp – Cannabis News

Rhode Island is set to join America’s industrial hemp revolution after a legislative vote June 20 to legalize the agriculture.

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Rhode Island Preparing to Legalize Hemp – Cannabis News

Rhode Island is set to join America’s industrial hemp revolution after a legislative vote June 20 to legalize the agriculture.

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Minnesota is in the hemp business again – Cannabis News

For the first time in generations, Minnesota farmers are planting hemp.

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Petition asks DEA to quit treating industrial hemp like marijuana – Cannabis News

A Portland attorney and a Southern Oregon environmentalist are asking the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to take industrial hemp off the federal government’s list of controlled substances.

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SuperCool™ Systems Files Patents on its Unprecedented Pod Indoor Gardening Format

The company unveils its unique growing concept: a portable, self-sustained, customizable, energy-efficient and sealed environment that can be constructed and used nearly anywhere, by virtually anyone.

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Senator: Smoking Hemp To Get High Akin To ‘Smoking Cotton From A T-Shirt’ – Cannabis News

Sen. Ron Wyden maintains that there is a big difference between hemp and weed.

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Senator: Smoking Hemp To Get High Akin To ‘Smoking Cotton From A T-Shirt’ – Cannabis News

Sen. Ron Wyden maintains that there is a big difference between hemp and weed.

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Growing hemp is a patriotic thing to do – Cannabis News

Outdated policy is clearly hurting our farmers as the hemp market grows and American consumers rely upon imports from countries such as China and Canada.

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Growing hemp is a patriotic thing to do – Cannabis News

Outdated policy is clearly hurting our farmers as the hemp market grows and American consumers rely upon imports from countries such as China and Canada.

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