Hemp Plans In Place For Nebraska, Texas, And Delaware
The USDA recently announced the approval of hemp regulatory plans for three states and four Indian tribes. This is the latest set of approvals after the 2018 Farm Bill. Texas, Delaware, and Nebraska, along with the Fort Belknap Indian Community, the Colorado River Indian Tribes, the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska and the Yurok Tribe all received the approval.
Since hemp is not a federally controlled substance anymore, the farmers growing it must live in a place that is approved by USDA. If the area has not received the approval, an USDA license can be applied. Texas is considered to have the most potential at the moment to become the largest hemp supplier across the country, giving way to creating many opportunities.
The Texas government is working to clear the way for legal cannabis cultivation there after the USDA gave its approval and the Texas Department of Agriculture started working on establishing licensing standards. While most of Texas celebrated the legalization, there has also been pushback over testing requirements and THC limits. Despite this, farmers are hopeful of the opportunity since this could indeed be a successful business.
Earlier this month, a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers set out to do just that, filing a bill that would require FDA to allow CBD products to be sold as dietary supplements.
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