Hemp industry members are cheering Idaho for becoming the last state in the U.S. to legalize industrial hemp, making the crop now legal to produce in every state in the union, more than two years after the 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp as a commodity crop.
It’s not just as medicine that cannabis is advertised as being a cure-all, though. Hemp, the version of cannabis that won’t get you high, is being touted as a potential wonder crop.
Despite still grasping on to its position as a luxury fashion material, furs have undoubtedly fallen out of public favour in recent decades as animal rights activism has become more common
Cannabis is a heavy-feed crop, requiring plenty of nutrition to produce high yields. But deciding whether to grow with conventional or natural fertilizers depends on a cultivator’s growing style and goals.
Representatives of New Zealand’s industrial hemp industry are encouraging farmers to move to growing hemp as a way to reduce their impact on the environment.
The battle to legalize industrial hemp in Idaho has finally ended, as the state’s governor signed House Bill 126 into law on April 16.