December 26, 2014

Colorado's first legal hemp crop comes in amid constraints by fed laws

The Denver Post
The federal government's prohibition on hemp was partially eased in the Farm Bill passed by Congress this year. Still, Colorado growers have no legal means to buy starter seed from out of state, nor to sell their harvested raw seed outside of Colorado.

Some growers are using Colorado's hemp laws to cultivate ultra-low-THC cannabis for use in medical marijuana extracts, only adding to the confusion.

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