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Luxembourg Moves One Step Closer to Legalization

While plenty of cannabis goes up in smoke in coffee shops around the Netherlands, Dutch researchers have found a new use for it - as an environmentally friendly building material to rival cement or steel.

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Hemp Fiber Market Rising at rate of 6.90% in the Forecast Period

BISMARCK — The 2014 Farm Bill allowed for universities and state departments of agriculture to create pilot programs for the growing of industrial hemp. But it didn’t change the Controlled Substances Act or make hemp completely legal.

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No hangovers or beer bellies: Cannabis firms try to woo booze drinkers

BISMARCK — The 2014 Farm Bill allowed for universities and state departments of agriculture to create pilot programs for the growing of industrial hemp. But it didn’t change the Controlled Substances Act or make hemp completely legal.

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Can Hyperspectral Near-Infrared Imaging Help Cannabis Growers?

The hemp program in Kentucky is in its infancy, having just 2,350 acres grown last year and 922 acres in 2015.

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Michigan: Marijuana prices down, demand surging across state

Cannabis is legally grown in Nebraska except the garden serves a much different purpose from the typical assumption.

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Marijuana Black Markets flourish despite Legalization

Cannabis is legally grown in Nebraska except the garden serves a much different purpose from the typical assumption.

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Can cannabis help treat alopecia?

After months of paperwork and navigating bureaucratic red tape, University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers have planted their first crop of legal hemp.

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Crypto tokens give cannabis fund a shortcut to raising capital

After months of paperwork and navigating bureaucratic red tape, University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers have planted their first crop of legal hemp.

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Rastafarians call for additional measures for Marijuana use

As marijuana laws continue to loosen across the country -- and the world -- it looks like hemp could be brought back in a big way.

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New Mexico now offers digital Medical Cannabis cards

Motorists do double-takes as they gawk at fields of cannabis plants flowering just outside Ashland, Oregon.

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States that legalized marijuana are bringing in more tax revenue on pot sales than alcohol

In other countries in Europe and Canada, industrial hemp is a huge cash crop.

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Navisite is expanding into cannabis industry, will enhance SAP services for various aspects of industry

In other countries in Europe and Canada, industrial hemp is a huge cash crop.

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Solemnizing hemp's nutritional properties on World Vegan Month

BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota's first crop of industrial hemp is showing promise, with returns better than a lot of other commodities.

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Cannabis is America’s Next Wellness Obsession - Cannabis News

BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota's first crop of industrial hemp is showing promise, with returns better than a lot of other commodities.

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Canadian producers working to meet growing overseas demand for 'superfood' hemp seeds – Cannabis News

Infomercials in South Korea bring hemp to store shelves in various forms.

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US cannabis market provides greenfield for digital payment startups

A cutting-edge refinery is processing specially bred hemp and researching innovative new biomaterials that could help build future eco-friendly homes.

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Bill that caps THC potency in medical marijuana moves forward in Florida House

Kentucky's Agriculture Commissioner is asking the federal government to reconsider its latest set of rules regarding industrial hemp.

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Rhode Island Senators Propose Recreational Cannabis Legalization

Kentucky's Agriculture Commissioner is asking the federal government to reconsider its latest set of rules regarding industrial hemp.

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‘Zero tolerance’ warning over medicinal cannabis

Every part of the hemp plant has great market value‒the seeds, stalks, leaves and hurd (the woody core of the stalk). Traditionally, Natives used hemp to make medicinal salve, fishing nets and clothing.

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