As the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt businesses worldwide, Hemp Industry Daily wants to know how stay-at-home orders have impacted farms and businesses in the hemp and CBD space.Read More
A coalition of hemp farmers plans to screen seed-propagated hemp varieties to determine which ones may be able to produce mother stock for clones that will consistently meet federal THC limits.Read More
Lithuania is angling to expand hemp opportunities, but for now it awaits EU approval.Read More
A Colombian company with aspirations of raising hemp in Uruguay and exporting it for sale in the U.S. has the plants and permission from U.S. authorities to start bringing them to market. But global pandemic disruptions are slowing the plans of Sannabis S.A.S.Read More
Police in northeastern Switzerland have shut down an indoor hemp-growing operation and detained its operator after a search of the property unearthed cannabis plants and biomass that exceeded legal THC levels. Thurgau police say they raided the Rothenhausen facility in February after getting a tip about suspected illegal activity. The property was registered as an […]Read More
A Nevada city facing a lawsuit over denying hemp production about 100 acres of city-owned property can’t avoid the case because it didn’t anticipate hemp becoming legal, a judge ruled in rejecting the city’s motion to dismiss. Tahoe Hemp LLC filed suit against Carson City in January, alleging the city denied it access to open space land […]Read More
In the spirit of Earth Day this month, Hemp Industry Daily talked with industry insiders about how hemp farmers can maintain the crop’s green reputation and function through responsible farming practices.Read More
A CBD company in Oregon is suing a Massachusetts hemp refinery over a shipment of hemp extract that was seized for containing too much THC, leading to criminal charges. Key Compounds filed suit against Phasex Corp. in federal court for negligence and breach of contract. The company alleges that Phasex was responsible for the contents of an […]Read More
A Canada-based CBD manufacturer has entered an exclusive partnership with wildlife conservationist Jane Goodall to co-develop natural health and wellness products that will help support environmental conservation and reforestation initiatives.Read More
The Lebanese parliament has approved a law that allows the cultivation of cannabis up to 1% THC for medical purposes.Read More
President Donald Trump this week announced he would suspend all immigration into the U.S. during the coronavirus outbreak – but the ban makes a few exceptions to support the economy and agriculture.Read More
Farmers and hemp businesses could soon be able to apply for loans with a second round of federal funding aimed at keeping small businesses afloat through the coronavirus disruption. The U.S. House of Representatives voted Thursday to pass a $484 billion economic stimulus package after a deal was struck between Congress and the Trump administration. […]Read More
Laura Drotleff Interviews Dr. Jonathan Vaught, CEO & Founder of Front Range BiosciencesHemp Industry Daily reporter, Laura Drotleff, interviews Dr. Jonathan Vaught, CEO & Founder of Front Range Biosciences.
Monica Raymunt Interviews Giovanni Isoldi, CTO at Materia Medica ProcessingHemp Industry Daily international reporter, Monica Raymunt, interviews Giovanni Isoldi, CTO at Materia Medica Processing.
Starting a CBD Business During a Time of UncertaintyThe economy has seen its fair share of up’s and down’s, but the CBD industry, still in infancy, has been a wild ride. The CBD industry has been the mecca for business entrepreneurs and start-ups, but what happens when economic or environmental circumstances out of your control strike? Hemp Industry Daily reporter Ivan Moreno, speaks with Jennifer Culpepper, Founder and Principal at Brand Joint and Co-founder at I+I Botanicals, and Christopher Gavigan, Founder and CEO at Prima, to discuss their experience during COVID-19.