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Industrial Hemp – 2024

In the ever-evolving landscape of the U.S. hemp industry, characterized by regulatory shifts and burgeoning market trends, a dichotomy emerges between traditionalists advocating for hemp’s industrial applications and entrepreneurs capitalizing on its diverse derivatives. With legislative support paving the way for a wide array of hemp-based products, including CBD, rare cannabinoids, and innovative compounds, the industry grapples with reconciling its past with its future. As hemp gains traction as a sustainable solution across various sectors, from agriculture to sustainability initiatives, its potential as a catalyst for Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) policies comes to the fore. Explore the intricacies of this dynamic industry and its journey towards sustainability and growth through the insights and resources available at the Hemp University.

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Hemp in Poland- Huge Potential

Huge Potential for Hemp in Poland Poland is making significant strides in the hemp industry with recent regulatory updates aimed at simplifying the path to market for hemp farmers. These changes, implemented by the National Agricultural Support Center (KOWR), come at a crucial time for one of Europe’s largest agricultural nations. Under the new regulations,

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THE ENEMY WITHIN… CBD under attack

By Steve Sarich Since the passage of the Farm Bill, at the end of December, I’ve been carefully tracking any new state legislation relating to either industrial hemp or hemp derived CBD. I’ll explain that in more detail shortly, but it was only this last week that a piece of legislation showed up on my

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Legal Hemp Begins In Colorado

KRISTEN WYATT, AP – Hemp registration opened for farmers Saturday in Colorado, the first state to start regulating industrial hemp since the federal government allowed limited hemp regulation. A handful of Colorado farmers grew industrial hemp last year without interference from law enforcement or state agriculture officials. But the opening Saturday of Colorado’s industrial-hemp registry is the first opportunity for

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