Research pilot explores industrial hemp
|Research pilot explores industrial hemp||Darrell Miller||09/07/17|
September 07, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Research pilot explores industrial hemp
Although the Washington state legislature has allowed hemp to once again be grown in the state, there are still some questions and uncertainties about growing the product. For now, those growing hemp are doing it for research purposes to monitor what the future growers will need it to do in order to create an industrial hemp harvest. Despite the four different types of licenses being granted, there is still some caution because of the plants close relationship it to marijuana. Hopefully some restrictions will change and beneficial aspects of the hemp can be produced, such as CBD oil.
- New Washington state law has made hemp growing for industrial use possible.
- Hemp is the stalk of a marijuana plant and can be used for a variety of purposes.
- Washington State Department of Agriculture provides hemp seeds for licensed growers.
"Hector Castro, Olympia-based communications director for the WSDA, says although the program is new, it’s generated a lot of interest from farmers and others who see potential in harvesting hemp."
Read more: https://www.spokanejournal.com/local-news/research-pilot-explores-industrial-hemp/