Hemp Industry Seems to Be Waking Up Late to the Need for Processing Facilities

From hemp field days to hemp expos and even hemp festivals, every event about industrial hemp seems to be attracting large numbers of people who are interested in growing this trending crop, but it appears that not enough forethought was allocated to what would happen once the crop is harvested and dried.

Approximately 75 percent of all the hemp that is grown in the U.S. is for the extraction of CBD, but a huge number of people who get into the industry seem to be on the…

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