Asheville Hemp Project Launches CBD Infused Gum

First Product from Asheville Hemp Project Brand Highly Efficiency Delivery Method NORTH CAROLINA: Asheville Hemp Project (AHP), an Asheville, NC-based hemp cultivator, is unveiling its new CBD Mint Gum. The launch marks the first consumer product for the brand, with other SKU’s in the pipeline. Asheville Hemp Project aims to connect consumers to the source of the Read the full article…

Level Brands Closes Acquisition Of cbdMD

Purchase Price Sets Revenue Targets At $300 Million Within Five Years NORTH CAROLINA: Level Brands announced today that it has closed its acquisition of Cure Based Development, the owner of the nationally recognized consumer brand cbdMD in an all-stock transaction. cbdMD is a consumer products brand offering a large selection of cbdMD branded CBD products Read the full article…

Hemp, Inc.’s Industrial Hemp Processing Facility In North Carolina Operational

NORTH CAROLINA: Hemp, Inc. announced that after 3 1/2 years, millions of dollars spent on purchasing, disassembling, transporting, reassembling, rebuilding, refurbishing, beta testing and debugging, the largest multipurpose industrial hemp processing facility in the Western Hemisphere is now operational and is processing its first product. The milestone coincides with the company’s installation of its NuAxon Tech CO2 Read the full article…

North Carolina Farmers Race To Plant Industrial Hemp aka “Carolina Gold”

NORTH CAROLINA: North Carolina farmers are picking up the pace in planting what they believe will be the next cash crop… industrial hemp. The “Carolina Gold,” as one North Carolina fourth generation farmer referred to industrial hemp, is expected to bring in a huge potential source of income among farmers in the state. Thus far, Hemp, Inc.’s licensed Read the full article…

North Carolina Industrial Hemp Commission Now Accepting Applications to Grow Industrial Hemp

NORTH CAROLINA: The North Carolina Industrial Hemp Commission (NCIHC) is accepting applications for its pilot program to grow industrial hemp for research in North Carolina. The application process is open to farmers who can show evidence of income from a farming operation. With such a high level of interest in growing hemp in North Carolina, Agriculture Commissioner Read the full article…

Hemp, Inc. To Grow 3,000 Acres Of Industrial Hemp In North Carolina In 2017

NORTH CAROLINA:  Hemp, Inc. has informed its shareholders that its wholly owned subsidiary, Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC, in Spring Hope, NC, has signed a Letter of Intent  with Mullen View Farms and one with John Finch Farms in North Carolina. According to the signed LOI with Mullen View Farms, IHM will purchase 1,000 acres of raw hemp that is Read the full article…

Hemp, Inc. Announces Plans To Cultivate 50 Acres Of Industrial Hemp In Spring 2017

NORTH CAROLINA: Hemp, Inc. executives report that its wholly owned subsidiary, Industrial Hemp Manufacturing in Spring Hope, North Carolina is set to grow 50 acres of industrial hemp next door to their NC processing plant in the Spring of 2017. According to a company news release, the Spring planting of industrial hemp hinges on the North Carolina Read the full article…

North Carolina Industrial Hemp Commission Holds Its First Meeting

NORTH CAROLINA: The North Carolina Industrial Hemp Commission (NCIHC) held its first official meeting on Tuesday, November 1, 2016, marking a significant milestone for N.C.’s industrial hemp industry. The meeting, held at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, sought “to establish an agricultural pilot program for the cultivation of industrial hemp in the State.” Read the full article…

North Carolina Farmers Free To Grow Hemp Again

NORTH CAROLINA: While cooking oil was the main topic of Dean Price’s presentation to the school board, another key component to biofuel would be the growth of farm crops that could supply fresh oil. Price said two products that could be grown here in North Carolina are canola and hemp. Back in 1900, hemp was the biggest Read the full article…

The States That Don’t Want To Legalize Marijuana

Public Service Announcement: 7 states are the party poopers of America. Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Wisconsin, New Mexico and Idaho are the only states—of those where residents were polled—that don’t support legalizing marijuana. The majority of people in 26 out of 38 states where people were asked about marijuana legalization since 2012 said they supported it, according to a report Read the full article…