Most frequent questions and answers regarding Industrial Hemp
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Industrial Hemp Basics
THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the psychoactive cannabinoid found in marijuana. Marijuana plants contain around 16%-40% of THC concentration. Planting certified seed as an industrial hemp farmer reduces the risk of producing plants with THC concentrations above the legal limit for industrial hemp.
1. Food and Beverages
2. Clothing, Jewelry, and Accessories
3. Building Materials
4. Paper, Rope, and other textiles
History of Hemp
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Industrial Hemp License Information
Yes, for states where it is legal to grow industrial hemp for commercial purposes, a license is required. If your state does not offer licenses for hemp, then it is illegal to grow, currently. The following are links to state license sites with permits for commercial hemp. This list will update as more states offer permits
Alabama Accepting Applications around October 2019
Alaska Pilot Program in development
Wyoming Plan Submitted to USDA.
Last Updated 4.29.19
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