One of the key benefits of growing hemp is that it is a low-maintenance crop. Hemp can be grown virtually anywhere on the planet, making any state in the US ideal for hemp cultivation. The only thing holding back farmers is legality– while hemp is a federally legal commodity, there are still states where hemp is illegal to grow. If you’re interested in growing your own hemp, please check your local state laws prior to cultivation. Each state has its own hemp licensing so be sure to fill out the proper paperwork to obtain your legal licensing.
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2019 Hemp Production Trends
Hemp farming has quadrupled in the last year with the addition of 13 more states adding legal hemp programs. There is a total of 511,442 acres of hemp that are licensed nationally from 16,877 state grower licenses issued.
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Hemp Depot is proud to educate all our clients on all things hemp. As the leading Colorado hemp farmer, we’re honored to share our experience and knowledge. We’re happy to see that current hemp production trends have been so successful. If you’re interested in starting your own hemp farm, we’re happy to help! For more information regarding hemp growing practices, please contact us!