Want to grow hemp in NY? You can, but you'll need more than water & sunshine – Cannabis News

New York is now open for hemp growers. At least, it's open to 10 hemp growers.

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Want to grow hemp in NY? You can, but you'll need more than water & sunshine – Cannabis News

New York is now open for hemp growers. At least, it's open to 10 hemp growers.

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Industrial hemp workshop comes to Texas Tech campus, informs public on benefits – Cannabis News

A goal of the Texas Hemp Industries Association, besides educating people on industrial hemp, is to encourage Texans to vote for the legalization of hemp farming in Texas.

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Industrial hemp workshop comes to Texas Tech campus, informs public on benefits – Cannabis News

A goal of the Texas Hemp Industries Association, besides educating people on industrial hemp, is to encourage Texans to vote for the legalization of hemp farming in Texas.

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North Carolina first? Hemp-processing plant gets OK in Asheboro – Cannabis News

ASHEBORO — City officials approved a zoning permit for what may be the first hemp food processing plant in North Carolina.

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North Carolina first? Hemp-processing plant gets OK in Asheboro – Cannabis News

ASHEBORO — City officials approved a zoning permit for what may be the first hemp food processing plant in North Carolina.

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Hemp: An Old Crop with a New Opportunity – Cannabis News

With a long list of uses and applications, industrial hemp holds tremendous profit potential for Kentucky farmers.

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Support growing for industrial hemp in Texas – Cannabis News

CORPUS CHRISTI - Support is growing across Texas for legislation that would allow farmers the opportunity to grow hemp.

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Support growing for industrial hemp in Texas – Cannabis News

CORPUS CHRISTI - Support is growing across Texas for legislation that would allow farmers the opportunity to grow hemp.

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North Dakota's first industrial hemp crop showing promise – 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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North Dakota's first industrial hemp crop showing promise – 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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Western Innovator: Oregon nursery grower ventures into hemp – Cannabis News

For now, the Boring Hemp Co. is focusing on producing hemp seeds, which have been in short supply as the nascent industry finds its legs in the state.

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Hemp oil almost ready for Missouri – Cannabis News

The growing of hemp was approved in Missouri in 2014.

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Hemp oil almost ready for Missouri – Cannabis News

The growing of hemp was approved in Missouri in 2014.

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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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Hemp Could Help Solve Oil Spill Problems – Cannabis News

Hemp advocates say it is fast and cost effective in cleaning up oil spills on land or water.

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Not Your Grandpa's Farm: Hemp industry faces growing pains in Colorado – Cannabis News

Although hemp is illegal at a federal level, 13 states have jumped on board the hemp train, and for good reason.

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The height of hemp – Cannabis News

A report released in May showed that nationwide, retail sales for hemp products in 2015 reached $575 million, which was a more than 10 percent increase from the prior year.

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Kentucky Hemp Dawg breaks Ky State Fair barrier – Cannabis News

Hemp added to locally-produced meats shatters a barrier for a little-understood crop local farmers hope proves lucrative enough to secure a future for small, family-owned farms.

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A New Cash Crop for Colorado’s Western Slope: Hemp – Cannabis News

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - Marijuana is growing in Mesa County, but it won't get you high. "We were saving the ranch. It wasn't selling and we had to come up with a way to cover expenses," said Margaret Richardson, a co-owner at Salt Creek Hemp Company.

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