Once you’ve obtained a license for growing hemp from the Nebraska Department of Agriculture, your next step is finding a reputable seed distributor. In Nebraska, growers are responsible for sourcing hemp seeds and plants on their own. This means that the Department does not employ special workers or provide resources for the sole purpose of distributing seeds.
The task of finding a seed supplier is easy enough. But vetting them is an entirely separate endeavor. It’s important to be cautious about what supplier you choose to work with. After all, your livelihood is dependent on the quality of the seeds you’re planting.
In this article, we’ll discuss some tips for finding a CBD seed distributor.
No. In Nebraska, farmers can only plant seeds that comply with the Nebraska Seed Law. This law outlines the requirements that seed producers must adhere to in order to ensure the safety and quality of their products. It protects Nebraska’s land, environment, and consumers of plant products. All hemp seed must be labeled by a seed permit holder.
Hemp seeds must also meet the regulations mandated by the federal government and USDA. This includes maintaining adherence to THC limits.
So long as the supplier meets these requirements, the seed is okay to purchase and grow on your hemp farm.
Before you purchase hemp seed for your Nebraska farm, it’s important to do your research. Have you carefully vetted the distributor? Here are some steps you can take to determine if a seed supplier is reputable and worthy of your trust:
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