In industrial hemp, the state of Rand Paul and Wendell Berry sees a solution to its post-agrarian ills
If Jason Lauve is right, industrial hemp may become an everyday crop in the United States sooner than expected.
Besides marijuana, Oregon voters will also decide whether to legalize growing hemp in the upcoming election.
A Waterloo-based company is building a hemp-based, hemp-fuelled aircraft that will have a much smaller carbon footprint than standard planes.
New technologies are only beginning to unlock the possibilities of hemp.
Farmers face paperwork, lack of processing in Alberta
As many cannabis lovers (and readers of this fine newspaper) know, hemp is now legal in Colorado. But it's not an unregulated free-for-all.
The largest hempseed processing plant in the world is under construction south of Winnipeg.
One of the first legal hemp crops in the state under a new federal law will be harvested Thursday morning at the University of Kentucky's Spindletop Research Farm near the Kentucky Horse Park.
Production is going from 46.3 pounds to 1,433 pounds – but it’s unclear where the extra pot is going.