This week in the hemp industry saw more states releasing and clarifying rules for the 2020 growing season. A number of organizations gained both new members and new assets, the USDA is being lobbied to give aid to hemp businesses, and sales numbers are starting to bounce back after the worst of the coronavirus is over.
Vermont now has official hemp rules in place for the 2020 growing season and is now taking applications for growers and processors.
The U.S. Hemp Roundtable is actively lobbying to get the USDA to include hemp businesses in stimulus programs.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released a memo clarifying rules around hemp and how marijuana businesses can purchase them.
Columbia Basin Hemp announced a new line of CBD isolates being offered by the company with over 99% purity.
Hemp Inc. announced strong sales that are continuing to gain momentum after months of struggle due to the coronavirus.
Biota Biosciences recalled three of its injectable CBD products after being called out by the FDA.
Functional Remedies adds Asa Waldstein, a veteran of the dietary supplement industry, to its team.
The U.S. Hemp Authority is adding two new members to its board.
Oregon hemp company expands with the purchase of an award-winning Oregon hemp farm.
Growers in Southern California are looking at hemp to help diversify its crops.