What You Need to Know About Growing CBD Seeds in New Hampshire
Growing hemp in any state in the US requires a solid understanding of the local laws and in New Hampshire, it is no different. To properly and profitably take all the steps necessary to grow hemp from buying the correct CBD seeds to selecting fertilizers approved by the government. There are numerous ways of finding out specific New Hampshire hemp requirements from associations to news and also includes our own experts here at CBD Seed Co.
New Hampshire Regulations for CBD Growing Clones & Seeds
When deciding whether or not to become a hemp farmer, and even after you already are, knowing the local New Hampshire hemp laws are important to know and abide by. Although the 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp nationally– states have the option to regulate hemp within their borders. Therefore, in New Hampshire, hemp production is still illegal simply because there is no hemp program in place. In December 2019, the HB 1581 bill was introduced regulating the growing, processing and sale of Hemp-CBD products. It also gives NHDAMF the authority to regulate Hemp-CBD products.
Regions of New Hampshire where CBD is Grown
Hemp is a hardy plant and CBD seeds will grow in many climates. But, farming practices and suitable hemp varietals may be different from state to state. New Hampshire is a small and sparsely populated state and therefore does not generate a lot of revenue from agriculture. However, this does not mean hemp will not grow well there. Apples, corn, and hay are some of the most common crops in this state. Therefore, some of the best counties for growing hemp may mirror the most agricultural counties in New Hampshire. Based on this metric, counties with the highest agricultural yields and the best chances of successfully growing hemp are Coos County 10%, Grafton County 12%, and Merrimack County 26%.
New Hampshire Hemp & CBD Seed News
Once you have begun hemp farming in New Hampshire, you will want to keep up with legislation, news and industry events. Anything related to hemp, from seeds to processing to sale is important information for you to know. Keeping up isn’t all that hard since there are a number of hemp informational resources. Speaking to your CBD Seed Co account manager regularly, doing your own research and seeking out hemp news is a great formula for success. A fantastic regional group is NOSHA (Northeast Sustainable Hemp Association) Not specifically for hemp but a great resource none the less is NHCANN. To keep up on national news The National Hemp Association is a great resource as well.
Contact Us to Learn More about Seeds For New Hampshire Hemp Farming
The regulations on CBD seeds and growing hemp in New Hampshire and across the US will be in flux of a while. They will likely keep changing and be easier to understand in the next few years. There will likely be changes in hemp growing and CBD extraction techniques as well. Here at CBD Seed Co, we keep up with the changes that are critical for our family of hemp farmers. We are always happy to chat and answer any questions you may have about growing and processing hemp. To find out more or to inquire about our premium high-CBD seeds for your New Hampshire farm, contact us today!