Now is a great time to enter the hemp industry in Nebraska and begin growing CBD seed. It’s been only a couple years since the Farm Bill was passed that legalized industrial hemp production in the United States. This means that the market is not yet over-saturated, so there’s still time to get ahead.
However, while hemp is one of the most profitable crops, it’s also important to note that the legal landscape is the most complicated. In Nebraska, growers must adhere to laws outlined not only by the federal government and USDA, but also state regulations. Here’s what you need to know about Nebraska’s hemp rules.
Hemp seed is legal to grow in Nebraska, but there are certain restrictions that must be followed. Important pieces of legislation to familiarize yourself with include the Nebraska Industrial Hemp Regulations, Nebraska Hemp Farming Act, and the Nebraska State Hemp Plan.
We highly recommend reviewing all state and federal legislation regarding industrial hemp production with the help of legal counsel before beginning cultivation. However, for the purpose of this article, we’ll focus solely on the rules mandated in the Nebraska State Hemp Plan.
Here are some important aspects of the plan that every grower should be aware of:
While this list is by no means comprehensive, it does include some important highlights of the program. We encourage you to do your own research and investigation before pursuing a career in hemp farming. Or, if you have specific questions, you can reach out to our team at CBD Seed Co. and we will do our best to help.
CBD Seed Co. is proud to be Nebraska’s leading source for high quality hemp seeds and clones. Call our office today to place an order for the upcoming growing season!