The Tasmanian government will ease regulations on commercial hemp farming, allowing the state to cash in if national authorities overturn a ban on foods containing the plant.
A new law allows the University of Hawaii to establish a two-year industrial hemp remediation and biofuel crop research program.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Given all the excitement and activity surrounding cannabis as a medicine over the last few decades, one might think that this is a new therapeutic discovery. Actually, its use as a medicine is ancient.
As Oregon gets ready for legal recreational pot at mid-year, some farmers are eager to put in their first crops of hemp, the marijuana cousin that won't get you high.
A ballot measure has been filed to allow large-scale hemp farming in Arizona.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Although "marihuana" had been banned, cannabis hemp was still being grown across the country for industrial purposes, but the market for commercial cannabis products had been shrinking for decades.
Federal funds couldn't be used to go after medical marijuana laws in states where it is legal. And hemp, too.
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications from the state’s farmers who would like to participate in an industrial hemp pilot project the beginning of next year.
POT TV - Cannabis commentator 'Radical' Russ Belville is on the air – and now on Pot TV – with The Russ Belville Show. In this episode: Leafly CEO Brendan Kennedy denigrates stoner culture, but then appropriates Bob Marley to sell marijuana.
In industrial hemp, the state of Rand Paul and Wendell Berry sees a solution to its post-agrarian ills