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Oregon Looks To Crack Down On Water Being Used By Illegal Marijuana Grows
Oregon Looks To Crack Down On Water Being Used By Illegal Marijuana Grows
In Oregon, a new state law took effect Friday June 3rd, in an effort to crack down on illegal marijuana and hemp grows using water intended for legitimate agricultural operations. Alyssa Rash, with Oregon’s Water Resources Department, said there are now requirements for water haulers and suppliers to track to whom the water is going. “ ...
Cornell, ARS Combine to Offer National Hemp Webinar Series
Cornell, ARS Combine to Offer National Hemp Webinar Series
The USDA’s Agricultural Research Service is teaming up with Cornell University to launch a webinar series on hemp research. The goal is to broaden the scope of training, education, and connectivity within the U.S. hemp community. “Hemp is rapidly becoming a critical multi-use and economically significant crop, so this hemp series is designed to provide hemp-specific education, training, and netw
Hemp Growers Reminded To Participate In USDA Survey
Hemp Growers Reminded To Participate In USDA Survey
If you are one of the estimated 20,500 producers growing hemp this year, hopefully got a survey form last month asking about acreage and other aspects of hemp production. It's the first comprehensive hemp survey since the 1940's, so it's no wonder USDA officials are fervently asking producers: "Please, please, take the time and return the survey to us," said Bill Richmond with USDA's Ag

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