Last week in the hemp industry saw new hemp products announced and launched, lawmakers speaking out against the USDA’s new rules, the DEA amending its own rules, and new tests being developed to measure THC levels in the field.
Sustainable Foods is working to develop a line of burgers made entirely of hemp to bolster the sustainable food market.
A dispute over the production of quality seeds has led to legal action and a hostage situation.
The National Hemp Association recently held its Annual General Meeting to discuss future plans for the growing industry.
More and more legislators are asking the USDA to delay the implementation date for their new hemp rules, giving states more time to prepare and adjust.
An illegal hemp operation running in the Navajo Nation of New Mexico is under further scrutiny as it appears that the farms also violated the Clean Water Act.
The team up of beverage giant Molson Coors and Hexo has finally culminated in the official launch of its first lines of cannabis beverages.
Researchers are working to solve the difficult problem of telling the difference between legal hemp and illegal marijuana in the field.
The DEA is taking action to bring their rules closer in line to those outlined in the 2018 Farm Bill.
The Netherlands is using hemp as part of its efforts to clean up its streets and solve an ongoing problem with residents.