Kentucky’s Hemp Crops Flourish After Troubled Start

At Kentucky's Murray State, researchers say some of their plants have reached 14 feet in height.

KENTUCKY:  It took a legal fight just to get the seeds in the ground, but two months later, Kentucky’s first legal hemp crops in decades are flourishing. The hemp plants have grown from 6 to 16 feet in two months and researchers say that’s a good sign for what could be a new cash crop Read the full article…

Hemp Crop Takes Root In Kentucky

Kentucky's first hemp crop takes root.

KENTUCKY:  A month after the seeds for Kentucky’s first legal hemp crop were released to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, hundreds of leafy plants are growing in research fields across Kentucky. After initial fears that government holdups on delivering the seed would limit growers’ ability to get a good crop, seeds were released and planted Read the full article…