Is there a better way of boosting CBD supplies other than just growing more hemp? With the top tools of genetic science now at the cannabis cultivator’s disposal, there just might be.
Two of these approvals went to Washington and Wyoming, while the other three plans belong to the Otoe-Missouria Tribe, the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, and the Santee Sioux Nation.
The former head of MedMen’s cultivation operations tells Analytical Cannabis what makes cannabis cultivation unique and what the industry can do to tackle its supply and sustainability setbacks.
Researchers at Texas A&M University have reportedly developed a “hemp scanner” that could be used by police forces to distinguish between hemp and cannabis, without damaging any of the cargo.
Thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, everyone involved in hemp can now agree on its legal status as an agricultural crop. But the more practical issues have got activists scrambling for a consensus.
Hemp is big business, but its transport still comes with big risks. Truckers can still be pulled over crossing state lines and charged with trafficking a federally illegal substance. So how can transport companies protect themselves and still reap the hemp rewards?
The country had a historic decision last week to authorize industrial hemp cultivation. But will it be challenged? And what does it mean for medical cannabis in Brazil?