In U.S. Hemp History, industrial hemp was illegal for several decades, due to its close resemblance to marijuana. What lawmakers didn’t take into consideration, is that hemp does not hold the psychotropic values found in its close cousin, marijuana.
State government in Pennsylvania has changed rules and regulations to make commercial growing of industrial hemp much easier for farmers.
Farmers are no longer limited to growing 100 acres of hemp. Also, there is no longer a cap to how many farmers can grow hemp in the state.
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