Posted by Hemptopia on Feb 3rd 2021
The USDA has released their final rules regarding hemp cultivation and production.
Highlights of the the new rules are listed below.
The increase of the harvest window from 15 to 30 days along with the remediation options and changes to sampling protocol should provide a lot of relief to farmers.
Click here to the read the full article USDA Final Rule
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