New Hampshire’s laws for growing CBD seed are different than any other state. In other states, growers have to obtain a license by applying to the state’s department of agriculture. But in New Hampshire, there is no hemp program. Instead, farmers interested in growing hemp must submit their application to the USDA. Here’s how it works.
Under the USDA Final Interim Rule and 2018 Farm Bill, New Hampshire farmers can legally grow industrial hemp and CBD seed. However, instead of submitting an application to the state for licensure, interested parties must apply with the USDA. Here are the steps for applying for a USDA Hemp License:
While the USDA has the authority to regulate hemp cultivation in New Hampshire, the state still has full control over the regulation of hemp derived CBD products. Therefore, processors must adhere to the rules outlined by the state government.
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