High levels of THC found in So. Oregon hemp grows

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The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission says it’s finding high THC levels in some southern Oregon hemp grows. Thc is the psychoactive component found in cannabis.

Through mid-September, the OLCC and ODA visited 316 registered hemp grow sites in Jackson and Josephine County. Test results from 212 sites showed that 58% of the samples tested positive for THC. The OLCC says it is looking to extend a moratorium on new recreational marijuana producer licenses.

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