Repost from @burn1tv
- There are #Acres
Grown in the United States. When it comes to #Cannabis,
laws vary from state to state and continue to change as new legislation is passed. Currently there are thirteen states with statutes establishing commercial industrial hemp programs. This means that the following 14 states can legally grow and process industrial hemp and hemp seeds: CA, CO, IN, KY, MA, MO, ND, OR, SC, TN, VT, VA, NC and WV. While seven (7) other states have also passed laws establishing industrial hemp programs, they are limited to agricultural or academic research purposes only.
Interestingly enough, of the 14 states mentioned above, only four states and the District of Columbia have legalized the use of recreational marijuana. There are also another 19 other states, plus D.C. currently legalizing cannabis use in other forms, such as medical marijuana and industrial hemp, which have different legalities.
When used for agricultural or nutritional purposes, the pros far outreach the negative, which should be considered in reversing the illegal status of the hemp plant. #marijuana #mmj #marijauanaIndustry #Cannabusiness #greenjobs #GotCannaSkills
#420 #Cannabiscomnunity #weed #HempFarmers #hempFarming