Hemp is resurging and growing in the United States with acknowledgement on Capitol Hill and verbiage in the Farm Bill. Despite growing interest, there’s still a lack of knowledge with the crop; how it’s grown, produced and the whole agronomy which surrounds it. Also, there’s no federally labeled pesticides, insecticides and herbicides approved.
Betsy Jibben talks with some experts in the industry about the lack of chemicals and if it can withstand drift.
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