Rhode Island Farmers Can Now Apply To Grow Hemp

(Undated)  --  Starting today, farmers in Rhode Island can apply for a state license to grow hemp, according to a report from The Providence Journal.  The non-psychoactive cousin of marijuana has long been one of the most versatile agricultural products in the world, but is now being increasingly farmed for CBD, which is used to treat physical ailments.  Hemp contains very low concentrations of THC, the mind-altering component of marijuana.


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