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Growing Industrial Hemp for Medicinal Extraction

Growing hemp for medicine is an age old use.  Growing Industrial Hemp in the United States is legal in all 50 states.  The 2018 Farm Bill provided for the re-birth of an age old industry.  Hemp is Cannabis.  The legal definition imposes a limit on the amount of THC that is considered legal.  Growing hemp requires a state license.  Many states now allow people to grow higher THC cannabis (Marihuana) for medical or personal use.  Check on your states laws – it may be illegal.

Additional Resources for Hemp Growers

Learn More About Industrial Hemp

TN Department of Agriculture

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture regulates hemp farming in the the state.  Licensing information, laws and rules are available online.

Hemp Growers Wanted

Basic Information for hemp farmers and people wanting to know more about growing hemp.

Southern Hemp Network

A Professional Network of Growers, Farmers, Processors, Extractors, Formulators, Wholesalers, Distributors, and Retailers.  Lots of information and resources for new and experienced farmers.

USDA Hemp Information

The United States Department of Agriculture wrote the rules on growing hemp in the United States.

Growing Medicinal Herbs

Growing herbs for medicinal purposes is easy.  Many are native and grow naturally.  Herbs can be grown indoors, outdoors and in a greenhouse.