Growing hemp seed should be an easy task for Louisiana farmers. Few regions perform better than Louisiana’s agriculture industry. The state’s farming history dates back decades to the early 1800’s when the first sugarcane plantations were established. These years of experience and insight are a useful asset for all farmers in Louisiana who wish to grow industrial hemp.
That being said, any farmer who endeavors to cultivate this new cash crop will have to go through the process of becoming licensed. In this article, we’ll explain the process step by step.
It’s legal to grow hemp seed and clones in Louisiana under federal law. But actual cultivation activities are overseen by state entities. In Louisiana, the authority that administers hemp growing licenses and regulates associated activities is the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry.
Whatever you intend to plant, whether it’s hemp seeds, clones, or seed starts, you will need to get approval from the Louisiana Department of Agriculture. In order to apply for a license to grow industrial hemp, you will need to:
In order to become licensed to grow hemp in Louisiana, you must provide information about the seeds and/or strains you intend to produce. This means that you will need to secure a partnership with a seed provider before applying. CBD Seed Co. has all the resources you need to get started and can provide you with high CBD hemp seeds and clones. Call today to place an order.