Hemp growers hope the federal government’s marijuana legislation will allow them to harvest all parts of the hemp plant.
Yesterday was a “great day” for Canadian hemp growers because the federal government eased regulations for testing and cultivation of industrial hemp.
Only four days before the official summer solstice, the air is hot and heavy, the sky cloudless.
Farmers in Tennessee have started receiving highly regulated hemp seeds to produce the state's first legal harvest of the crop in more than 70 years.
Transparency is a prominent force in today’s food industry. While farmers markets are hardly new, the attachment to organic, locally grown products have surfaced in other industries throughout San Francisco and Oakland–namely marijuana.
For one Oakland couple, growing pot opened the door to a whole new down home lifestyle.
Despite the hype, marijuana cultivation's contribution to the state's water crisis is negligible.
Of all the freedom-crushing laws and regulations issued from Washington, one of the most ridiculous is the decades-long federal ban on industrial hemp.
The New Hampshire state House approved a bill today that would remove the ban on industrial hemp in the state, effectively nullifying the federal prohibition on the same.