Producers stuck on the hemp sidelines may be able to take advantage of HempHub USA, a push by two companies to transport a decortication machine into states with legal hemp
What are the implications to the hemp industry after Attorney General Jeff Sessions tightens marijuana prosecution guidelines?
The age of marijuana farming in the U.S. has arrived, although most farmers are caught on the sidelines. As individual state cultivation barriers topple at a dizzying pace, U.S. agriculture’s
Hemp continues down the road of return as a standard U.S. row crop, with 23,343 acres in 2017, despite federal prohibition. Acreage more than doubled from 2016, and state licenses
Chris Adams punched 300 acres of hemp ground in 2017 and hopes to start indoor production of marijuana in 2018. The maverick producer has picked the cannabis horse as a
Colorado livestock could be eating hemp under a bill that awaits the governor's signature.
Republican lawmakers want to help Wisconsin's once-dominant hemp industry make a comeback, giving farmers the chance to add a versatile and hardy plant to their fields.