Under the 2018 Farm Bill, it is legal to grow CBD hemp seed in Utah. Utah’s state laws also dictate that the cultivation of industrial hemp is legal, so long as farmers adhere to certain standards. These standards are outlined in the Hemp and Cannabinoid Act and the Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program for Growers.
If you wish to be a hemp farmer in Utah, you must be aware of all the guidelines and regulations laid out in the state laws. In addition to reading this article, you may want to consider seeking legal advice. While this information does not cover all of the matters addressed in the Hemp and Cannabinoid Act, we hope that it will be a useful guide for farmers who are interested in pursuing hemp farming as an option.
Utah’s Hemp and Cannabinoid Act is subdivided into four parts. These include sections which pertain to industrial hemp, cannabis cultivation, and cannabinoid products. As a hemp farmer, it’s important that you pay special attention to the details outlined in the industrial hemp and cannabis cultivation sections. You should also read the Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program for Growers thoroughly and more than once.
In order to grow CBD seed or clones on your Utah farm, you must meet the following requirements:
Please note, this list is not all-encompassing. In addition to this list, you may also be required to meet additional standards.
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