Growing High-CBD Hemp in Kansas

What You Need to Know About Growing CBD Seeds in Kansas

Regardless of which you plan to grow hemp in–the venture can be challenging because the regulations are new and often temporary. Therefore, before you become a hemp farmer in Kansas you should get a thorough understanding of the local regulations. To properly and profitably grow hemp you must consider both the current and future legalities too. For instance, information like where to buy high CBD seeds and which pesticides are allowed all vary state to state. Luckily, for farmers in Kansas and across the US there are numerous resources to find information–including our experts here at CBD Seed Co. There are many online resources as well.

Kansas Regulations for CBD Growing Clones & Seeds

When you decide to start hemp farming here in Kansas, and even after you begin, the rules in your farm’s state are something you need to be aware of and follow. At this point, hemp in Kansas is regulated by the Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA). At this time, the KDA has submitted its plan for commercial hemp farming to The USDA and is waiting for the plan’s approval. As a result, Kansas will continue to operate under the Industrial Hemp Research Program until a permanent plan is established. You can find more information and Kansas hemp law updates on the state’s FAQ page. And, an application to grow hemp in Kansas here.

cbd-seed-co-where-we-grow-kansas-regulation
cbd-seed-co-where-we-grow-kansas-rules

Regions of Kansas where CBD is Grown

CBD hemp plants grow in nearly every state in the US. However, like any crop, there are areas of the US that are better for growing hemp. Kansas is strongly an agricultural state. It ranks 7th in the country for total agricultural production. In terms of revenue generated from crops Kansas’ top products are wheat, corn, and soybeans. This means Kansas is an excellent place to grow high CBD hemp. Some of the top-performing counties for key Kansas crops are Corn: Ford County, Haskell County, Soybeans: Seward County and Wheat: Wichita County, Hamilton County. But, since Kansas has such an incredible growing environment, any county in the state of Kansas will likely have fantastic hemp yields. 

Kansas Hemp & CBD Seed News

Once you begin hemp farming in Kansas, staying up to date with legislation, news and events is very important. Any information you get and apply to your hemp farming, like new seed genetics, regulations and emerging harvesting technology will add to your success. There are many ways to get this info including hemp industry newsletters, talking to your account manager here at CBD Seed Co and doing independent research. A great region-specific resource is The Midwestern Hemp Council. For national news and updated hemp information try The National Hemp Association.   If you are looking for business advice for hemp farming, The Hemp Biz Journal has a wealth of information.

kansas hemp news
kansas legal hemp seeds

Contact Us to Learn More about Seeds For Kansas CBD Farming

Since the hemp industry is just emerging in the US, regulations on CBD seeds and growing hemp in Kansas and across the US are in flux. Getting the proper information and some guidance in your hemp venture is the key to your success. A way to be more profitable in your hemp farming endeavor is by working closely with an account manager here at CBD See Co. We are a great place to start. Our team keeps up with these changes and are always happy to answer any questions. To find out more or to inquire about our premium high CBD seeds for your Kansas farm, contact us today!  

PLACE ORDER
CONTACT US