This is a set of standard reference materials for dried ground hemp provided by the University of Kentucky. These materials have been tested by over 50 labs, and the COA that comes with those materials are the average of those labs results.
This will help develop testing standards, and will allow us to compare lab results and extraction…[Read more]
Easy to propagate
Lack of susceptibility to mold, pathogens and pests
Clean slate start, no systemic issues
More genetic consistency
Similar volume yield and appearance
Less cost effective
Slightly more difficult
Harder to acclimate
80% success rate at…[Read more]
Make sure you are deemed essential by your state if you are a CBD retailer with a brick & mortar establishment.
This pandemic is a crucial time to inform that hemp is an essential crop that is and can be used in current and future products, such as medical equipment.
“We want to push the broader narrative that (hemp) is a critical resource, a…[Read more]
Farmers are being excluded from SBA funding, what do people have to say about this?
“The law should apply to legal hemp producers just as it does any other farmers. But the entire farm sector says that SBA paperwork excludes them.
‘Farmers need our help to make it through this pandemic while continuing to feed American families, fuel our economy…[Read more]
Carlo Suits replied to the topic Key Lessons Learned in 2019 From Successful Hemp Farmers: Discussion in the forum Growing Hemp 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Thanks Rafael for this great follow up!
Carlo Suits replied to the topic Best website to keep up on each states regulations in the forum Legal & Legislation 3 months, 2 weeks ago
At This Link to ncsl.org you can find info and a map on the state regulations & statutes of industrial hemp.
Hopefully this helps you! Best of luck
Carlo Suits started the topic Key Lessons Learned in 2019 From Successful Hemp Farmers: Discussion in the forum Growing Hemp 3 months, 3 weeks ago
1. Secure sales contracts before planting (13.4% had pre-sale contracts).
2. Buy and plant high quality (high CBD/low THC), feminized seeds (70.7% planted improved genetic seeds; 75.2% planted feminized seeds).
3. Grow and cultivate cost effectively (17.7% reported performing mechanical planting and weeding).
4. Use fertilizers and…[Read more]
The Latest FDA Report to Congress is causing a huge impact on farmers as they declare they need more study before they can make decisions.
How are people being affected by the FDA’s deliberation?
Here’s what we know about their thought process:
-“FDA is actively evaluating a potential rulemaking to allow CBD in dietary supplements. In the…[Read more]
From this Article:
“Honestly, I think that the American hemp industry can do nothing but benefit from the coronavirus in China…So any kind of hiccup in that supply chain on their end allows American farmers to get into the international market, and it helps limit the flood of cheap Chinese CBD that is coming into America…”
An interesting…[Read more]
A bill is being pushed forward in Georgia which will empower law enforcement to arrest you if you are carrying a green leafy substance, they don’t seem to care if it is hemp or marijuana. In the influx of hemp sweeping the nation, GA police apparently became a bit lax on their arrests for small amounts of cannabis. Now a bill is requiring they…[Read more]
This Article talks about a CBD Hall of Shame, different from our Scammers Hall of Shame this Hall is for people who make useless/oddball CBD products, such as female athletic wear infused with CBD.
They say this is how they do it:
“Each of our pieces is made using luxury high-performance fabrics that are strategically infused with up to 25…[Read more]