A webinar series focused on greenhouse-grown industrial hemp
When: Thursdays, July 18 – August 8, 2019Time: 12:30 – 2 p.m. EST
Heidi Lindberg, Michigan State University Extension
Industrial hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) is cannabis cultivated to produce fiber, grain, biomass, or non-intoxicating medicinal compounds, such as cannabidiol (CBD).
Recently, the 2018 Farm Bill legalized the production of industrial hemp in all 50 states. Therefore, many greenhouse and nursery producers are now looking at industrial hemp as a new opportunity for their businesses.
Join Michigan State University Extension for a webinar series to cover the basics of growing industrial hemp and considerations for growers considering entering the industry of this burgeoning crop. Note: Half of the final webinar will cover Michigan-specific licensing information.
To learn more, read: Exploring opportunities: Growing industrial hemp in Michigan
To sign up, visit:Industrial Hemp Production 101