This week in the hemp industry saw new states like Michigan and Hawaii working to develop their own hemp plans, and universities in the midwest working with farmers to learn more about how hemp grows in the region.
Legislators in Michigan are working to update the state’s hemp program with a new bill to keep it in line with federal regulations.
Neptune Wellness Solutions, a Canadian hemp company has taken on a former Clorox executive to aid with product development.
Several different universities are teaming up with farmers in the midwest to experiment with different hemp varieties and learn more about how different cultivars grow in the region.
Hawaii is working to establish its own hemp program in the state, after failing to get a plan passed earlier.
S.G. Farms in California has been dropped as part of a lawsuit by an American Indian tribe against the state.