There are few locations more primed for growing hemp CBD seed than New Jersey. CBD is embraced by the state government and residents alike and attitudes surrounding hemp cultivation in general are also positive and acknowledge the many ways that the new industry could benefit the state’s economy.
For this reason, it’s not so shocking that New Jersey was one of the first three states to have its hemp program approved by the USDA. While this was definitely a positive step in the right direction, there’s no denying that the legislation for the new program is quite complex. This is particularly true in regards to licensing fees.
In this article, we hope to clear up some of the confusion and provide a clearer and more concise explanation of hemp licensing fees for New Jersey farmers.
Unlike other states who require a single fee for all processors and growers, New Jersey breaks down licensing costs into separate subsections. Fees for growers, processors, testing, sampling, and site modification are all separate. Here is a general breakdown of fees:
Depending on the specifics of your operations, fees for growing or processing CBD hemp in New Jersey can be significant. Unfortunately, these costs are unavoidable, but their impact can be minimized by your earnings. The best way to ensure a profitable harvest is to start with the right CBD seed. CBD seed with good genetics, germination rates, and high CBD content is more likely to produce high CBD plants and will benefit your bottom line.
CBD Seed Co. is your trusted source for high quality hemp seeds and clones in New Jersey. Call our office today to place an order and start working towards your goals.