Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program Now Taking Applications For 2017

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KENTUCKY: Kentuckians interested in participating in the industrial hemp research pilot program in 2017 are invited to submit an application with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. “The pilot research program will continue to build on the successes of the previous administration by developing research data on industrial hemp production, processing, manufacturing, and marketing for Kentucky Read the full article…

CV Sciences Sponsors Murray State University’s Hemp Field Day August 4, 2016

Open To Public, The Event Marks a Year of Exceptional Strides in Research and Gives Attendees the Rare Opportunity to View Hemp Research Plots First Hand

Open To Public, The Event Marks a Year of Exceptional Strides in Research and Gives Attendees the Rare Opportunity to View Hemp Research Plots First Hand KENTUCKY:  Murray State University is just one of several universities in Kentucky that has partnered with CV Sciences to further the research and development of the industrial hemp industry. This year marks Read the full article…

Kentucky Industrial Hemp Production Starting Second Planting

Currently in the experimental stage, hemp production methods at the 20 Kentucky growers have been in line with how the plant is grown in Canada

KENTUCKY: From THC levels to plant shape and uses, industrial hemp is worlds apart from its cannabis cousin marijuana, Maysville Rotary Club members learned on Tuesday. Speaking at its meeting was Adam Watson, manager of the Organic Certification Program at the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. Watson is also coordinator for the industrial hemp program in Kentucky Read the full article…

University Of Kentucky Researchers Harvest Hemp Crop

UK’s research project included 13 different varieties managed for either fiber production or seed production.

KENTUCKY:   University of Kentucky researchers have harvested the university’s first hemp crop in decades. “It was a good growing season for many crops, not just hemp,” said David Williams, UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment agronomist and co-project lead. “Precipitation was excellent this year and more than adequate for growth. The only downside to the growing season Read the full article…