LEXINGTON, KY — Some of the imported hemp seeds detained by U.S. customs officials in the spring turned into 10-foot-tall plants that were harvested Tuesday on a research plot in Kentucky, where marijuana’s non-intoxicating cousin has gained a foothold as a potential cash crop. A sickle bar mower pulled by a tractor made half a […] Continue Reading

MEDFORD, OR — The Oregon law that protects the customary farming practices of producers of grains, vegetables, fruits and livestock makes it hard to pass nuisance laws against marijuana grows, Jackson County officials say. The southern Oregon county officials have been fielding complaints about traffic and noise from marijuana gardens and about the skunky smell of […] Continue Reading

MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY  — A group has taken steps to become the first officially recognized marijuana-growing club in Uruguay, where lawmakers have made their country the world’s first national marketplace for legal cannabis. The Association of Cannabis Studies of Uruguay began the process by registering with the Education and Culture Ministry, Drug Control Chief Julio Calzada […] Continue Reading

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