Nebraska Hemp

Nebraska Hemp

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October 29, 2019

Hemp production could be a major cash crop option for farmers. 

Nebraska officials only granted 10 licenses during that state's inaugural year of growing the crop. Market journal's Bill Dodd shares how things are currently shaping up for Nebraska hemp producers.

One of the biggest issues for Nebraska hemp growers is the amount of wild or scattered hemp across the state and the potential for cross pollination.

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