Hemp Channel

Wed
02
May

Oregon: Marijuana Company of America and Global Hemp Group announce acquisition of 109 acres for hemp CBD production

Marijuana Company of America Inc. is pleased to announce that the Company, in partnership with Global Hemp Group Inc. has acquired a 109-acre agricultural property in Scio, Oregon (the "Property") for the cultivation of high CBD yielding hemp for the upcoming 2018 growing season.

This particular property was chosen as it has a history of hemp cultivation over the last two growing seasons and contains a high level of organic matter in the soil, which makes it ideal for hemp cultivation. In addition, the property has appropriate irrigation infrastructure that includes sufficient authorized water rights to allow for irrigated cultivation, which is expected to greatly enhance yields of the proposed high CBD hemp cultivars that the partners are planning to grow on the property.

Tue
01
May

Mike Tyson's company wants to bring hemp growing business to West Virginia

Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson's company, Tyson Holistic Holdings, LLC., has come to West Virginia hoping to grow cannabidiol hemp.

Tyson's team is interested in growing hemp and other crops such as lavender and soy on reclaimed coal mine lands, officials from the company said. A presentation was held by officials with both Tyson's company and a West Virginia business in collaboration with Tyson's company Monday morning in Charleston. The presentation can be viewed below:

Tyson's team members currently are working to educate people in their plan to grow and how they say it can help the opioid epidemic in the area. The hope is also to help West Virginia's economy by growing hemp and using it as a medical source.

Wed
25
Apr

Hemp farming is growing in central Oregon

Hemp, distinct from marijuana due to its much lower THC content, can be grown in Central Oregon with none of the strict regulations required by its cousin. Matt Cyrus of Triple C Farms in Sisters, says hemp gets a bad rap, but according to the state of Oregon, it's a crop just like anything else growing in a field.

Mon
23
Apr

15 Products that can be made from hemp

When it comes to products that can be made from hemp, the possibilities seem to be endless.

Hemp may not get you high, but it can do pretty much anything else you can imagine. This low-THC variant of the cannabis plant has a dizzying array of uses, including everything from food to medicine to rope to bricks and more—somebody even made a sports car out of hemp. Here are 15 products that can be made from hemp.

1. Beer

Thu
19
Apr

Colorado leads the hemp growing industry, but what does that mean?

In Colorado, our legal industry has produced a certain intellectual elitism when it comes to good weed. In other words, the state is crawling with cannabis snobs and marijuana know-it-alls.

Hemp, however, is another issue. Though marijuana’s cannabis cousin also enjoys protections in our state, most of us don’t know quite as much about this miracle plant, beyond the fact that hemp hearts are delicious and CBD from hemp is widespread. So, before you dig into the rest of this issue, here’s a quick explainer, brought to you through the expertise of Duane Sinning, assistant director of the Division of Plant Industry for the Colorado Department of Agriculture.  

What is hemp? Can it get you high?

Wed
18
Apr

Hemp is the multibillion-dollar cannabis opportunity few have heard about

If the move to make it legal succeeds, entire industries could be revolutionized.

Today, the U.S. is the world’s largest consumer of hemp products. But because of the federal prohibition imposed on cannabis and hemp, the U.S. is importing an estimated $100 million of hemp products each year.

That $100 million could soon be going back to American farmers and businesses, thanks to the recent introduction of the Hemp Farming Act of 2018 by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY). The bill, announced by McConnell and supported by a bipartisan group of senators, would “legalize hemp as an agricultural commodity and remove it from the list of controlled substances.”

Fri
13
Apr

Mitch McConnell has officially filed his promised hemp farming bill

Today, the Senate Majority Leader has made good on his words.

Mitch McConnell has officially filed his promised hemp farming bill.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has officially filed his promised hemp farming bill on Thursday.

This bill, if passed, would legalize the cultivation of hemp and remove the plant from the list of controlled substances banned under federal law. The move would make good on McConnell’s promise to farmers who view hemp as a potentially lucrative crop.

Thu
12
Apr

Future Farm positions to dominate the industrial hemp industry starting in Maine

Today, we have the pleasure of being able to publish an interview with Future Farm’s Derek Ross who has been the key player in the company’s industrial hemp business.

We are excited by this high growth vertical and see it as a significant growth driver for the overall company. Derek, it is great to connect with you and we appreciate you being a part of this interview.

Our readers have been very excited by Future Farm’s industrial hemp business and so are we. 2018 has been a major year for Future Farm’s hemp business. Please tell us about the state of current operations and where this emerging growth vertical is going?

Wed
11
Apr

The booming industry of CBD hemp oil

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is one of the most sought-after cannabis products due to its multiple therapeutic properties.

Without psychoactive effects but with a highly appreciated relaxing, anti-inflammatory, antiemetic and anticonvulsant potential, CBD has proved to effectively alleviate seizures in those diagnosed with the Dravet syndrome. Its qualities are so many that more and more people are starting to cultivate hemp to extract oil from it on the grounds that the legislation in question is far more favorable than marijuana regulations.

Fri
06
Apr

Nevada farmers, seeing high demand for hemp, watch Congress's next move

On a Sunday afternoon in Goldfield, NV, a “Wanted” sign whipped around in the wind. It was hung from the side of an Old West storefront.

The town of Goldfield (population 286 in the 2010 census) straddles the I-95, and it’s one of few stops along the 400-mile stretch connecting Las Vegas with Reno.

Most of the town’s businesses — its gift shops, its chamber of commerce, even a radio station that calls itself the “Voice of the Old West” — are set in Spaghetti Western storefronts, where one might think a Wanted notice would signal a sheriff’s attempt to catch a fugitive. But the county sheriff did not post the sign hanging in Goldfield in March. It was posted by a farmer named Jim McCoy. After “Wanted,” the next line read: “Nevadans to grow hemp.”

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