Hemp laws can be tricky. If you find yourself having a hard time differentiating myth from fact, you’re not alone. Most farmers in North Dakota are new to growing hemp seeds and clones. These are uncharted waters for us all. So it’s normal to have questions when you’re first getting started.
That’s why we’re here to help. As the nation’s hemp experts, we feel, in a sense, morally obligated to share our opinion on these matters. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the most common myths associated with hemp farming in the Peace Garden State.
The hemp industry has undergone monumental changes in the last few years. This has brought about a lot of confusion, especially for new farmers who are entering their first year in hemp cultivation. Here are some of the most common misconceptions about growing CBD seed and clones in North Dakota.
The truth: Not all cannabis is outlawed in North Dakota. Medical marijuana is legal and there are initiatives to pass laws that legalize recreational use. However, hemp and marijuana are two completely different plants. It’s perfectly legal to grow hemp seed in North Dakota, so long as you have a license, adhere to state and federal laws, and your crops don’t contain more than 0.3%.
The truth: It’s possible to end up with hot crops that test over legal THC limits, but so long as you’re taking the right steps, you most likely won’t. If you’re monitoring your crops carefully and you start with high CBD seed, you’ll be just fine. If you’re worried about this, chat with your account manager at CBD Seed Co.
The truth: This is almost true. In reality, anyone with a license who passes a criminal background check can grow hemp seed in North Dakota. Fortunately, this is a fairly simple process.
Start your growing season off right by planting high quality seeds. Call CBD Seed Co. to order high CBD hemp seeds and clones for your North Dakota farm.