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Marijuana, see there.
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Lawrence said the plants classify as industrial hemp as long as they test below 0.3 percent Tetrahydrocannabinol, more commonly known as THC, the principal psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.
Hopefully, Wyden's unusual partnership with Paul and McConnell will draw more Republican votes and allow farmers in Oregon, Kentucky and elsewhere to, in McConnell's words, "harness the economic potential that industrial hemp can provide."
ChineseInvestors.com endeavors to provide real-time market commentary, analysis and educational-related services in Chinese language character sets, advertising and public relations-related support services and sales of industrial hemp products and other health and wellness products.
(PAT) began providing bulk material, analytical, identity, potency, and purity testing of raw industrial hemp. In May of 2019, PAT acquired additional testing equipment known as the Waters Alliance, a historically favored instrument in the pharmaceutical industry that offers proprietary software that ensures accurate and precise results.
Fytiko Farms is an innovative company focused on industrial Hemp cultivation, seed and clone production and sale and processing of the various byproducts from the Hemp plant.
Future Farm Technologies announced that its Canadian subsidiary, CEPG Consulting and Design has been issued an Industrial Hemp License from Health Canada.
The state does allow CBD products that are manufactured by a research partner under New York's Industrial Hemp Agricultural Research Pilot Program to be sold as dietary supplements.
Engaged in producing industrial hemp from two farms in southwestern Oregon
While the state currently allows the manufacturing and sale of cannabis, the use of industrial hemp as the source of cannabidiol to be added to food products is prohibited, according to the California Department of Public Health.
That tough quality is why my grandfather, in a patriotic gesture, planted industrial hemp during World War II as part of the "Hemp for Victory" initiative to provide our troops with sturdy material for ropes and parachute cords.

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