Hemp proposed as agricultural crop for Alaska – Cannabis News

Though commercial marijuana became legal in Alaska in February 2015, hemp is not yet legal.

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Hemp proposed as agricultural crop for Alaska – Cannabis News

Though commercial marijuana became legal in Alaska in February 2015, hemp is not yet legal.

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Now growing at the University of Louisville: Hemp – Cannabis News

In Kentucky, the University of Louisville's Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research has started growing industrial hemp in an effort to spur its fuels and manufacturing research.

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In Minnesota, wild marijuana is flourishing throughout the Twin Cities – Cannabis News

Wild marijuana grows in yards, gardens, and weedy industrial sites across the Twin Cities.

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Five things to know about industrial hemp – Cannabis News

Hemp and marijuana are not the same thing.

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Surprising and Sustainable Ways You Can Use Hemp – Cannabis News

Hemp is a low impact, fast-growing and clean plant to produce, and extremely versatile.

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Rural economic boom? Hemp on the horizon in Western North Carolina – Cannabis News

Textile mills in regions such as Western North Carolina lie dormant while Americans import about $500 million worth of hemp annually.

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Rural economic boom? Hemp on the horizon in Western North Carolina – Cannabis News

Textile mills in regions such as Western North Carolina lie dormant while Americans import about $500 million worth of hemp annually.

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Growing Industrial Hemp in Virginia: First Test Plots Planted – Cannabis News

A recent change to federal law allowed states to grow test plots of hemp only at university or government sites and Virginia is one 28 that are doing so.

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Growing Industrial Hemp in Virginia: First Test Plots Planted – Cannabis News

A recent change to federal law allowed states to grow test plots of hemp only at university or government sites and Virginia is one 28 that are doing so.

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Boise Hemp Fest comes as feds stand their ground – Cannabis News

BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) — Organizers of the inaugural Boise Hemp Fest 2016 view it as a teaching tool for the many uses of cannabis.

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Boise Hemp Fest comes as feds stand their ground – Cannabis News

BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) — Organizers of the inaugural Boise Hemp Fest 2016 view it as a teaching tool for the many uses of cannabis.

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Murray State University in Kentucky Hosts Hemp Education and Field Day – Cannabis News

Murray State University hosted a Hemp Education and Field Day earlier this month, giving area residents insight on the hemp plots being grown at the university.

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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 is experimenting with industrial hemp – Cannabis News

Kentucky is experimenting with industrial hemp – as dozens of farmers grow test plots covering 45-hundred acres.

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Kentucky is experimenting with industrial hemp – Cannabis News

Kentucky is experimenting with industrial hemp – as dozens of farmers grow test plots covering 45-hundred acres.

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Cannabinoids in Hemp for Beauty, Skin Health – Cannabis News

Cannabinoids are almost exclusively found in cannabis, and have been shown to have a significant effect on chronic skin conditions.

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Hemp and Heavy Metal Toxicity in Soil – Cannabis News

Environmental cleanup could be as simple as using natural resources, such as Indian mustard seed, sunflowers and hemp.

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Hemp seeds under consideration for consumption in Australia by food regulator – Cannabis News

Australians may soon be able to buy hemp seeds to snack on, if a new proposal is given the thumbs-up.

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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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