Growing High CBD Hemp in Tennessee

What you need to know about growing CBD Seeds in Tennessee

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Growing hemp in any state can be challenging because of state regulations.  This means it is a good idea to get a thorough understanding of the local regulations potential farmers here in Tennessee.  To correctly and profitably growing hemp knowing and following legalities like–where you are allowed to buy CBD seeds and which pesticides are allowed is critical. You also must have a clear picture of what the state of Tennessee requires. Luckily, there are a variety of sources out there, including our in-house experts here at CBD Seed Co.

Tennessee Regulations for CBD Growing Clones & Seeds

When weighing whether to become a hemp farmer here in Tennessee, and even once you are, the rules in that state you live in are really important to be aware of and abide by.   In Tennessee you need a license to grow hemp through the Tennessee Department of Agriculture. The application period for a license to grow hemp is now open year-round. Grower applications can be found here. TDA licensed more than 2,900 farmers in 2019 and those licenses will expire on June 30 in 2020 and every 30th of June there after.  However, there are extensive changes coming later in 2020. One of the biggest changes is the hemp program will no longer issue licenses for certified seed breeders. But, manufacturing, distributing, or labeling seed will still need to be licensed through the TDA Ag Inputs section.

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Regions of Tennessee where CBD is Grown

CBD hemp plants are easier to grow than many other plants because they are very hardy and don’t require as much water as other crops.  However, some areas are better than others to grow high CBD hemp.  Tennessee has fantastic farmland.  Soybeans and tobacco are a big crop here in Tennessee and top counties for these crops should work well for hemp too.   This means top counties according to soybean yield will be: Dyer County, Obion County, Gibson County, Weakley County and Lake County.  If looking to use Tobacco as a guide for where hemp will grow, you will find tobacco is grown in sixty-six out of ninety five Tennessee counties.  Meaning, if you have a farm almost anywhere in Tennessee–hemp is a reasonable crop to try your hand at.

Tennessee  Hemp & CBD Seed News

Once you begin hemp farming here in Tennessee, keeping up with news and events is critical.  Following hemp or CBD seeds regulations will be a huge part of your hemp farm’s success. There are many ways to get this info including utilizing your CBD Seed Co account manager regularly and doing your own research and news updates.  There are an array of great sources for CBD and hemp laws and updates out there.  For local and state updates try checking the Hemp Industries Association site. For news on a  national level check out the National Hemp Organization’s site.  Another hemp news site that is geared toward hemp as a business venture is  Marijuana Business Daily.

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Contact Us to Learn More about Seeds For Tennessee CBD Farming

Since the hemp industry is so new not only to Tennessee also nationwide, tracking industry changes and establishing a relationship with a Hemp specialist is an excellent idea. At CBD Seed Co, we are structured to be a resource for our clients.  It starts with assigning you a personal account manager. Our account managers here at At CBD Seed Co keep up with these changes and are always happy to answer any questions for you. To find out more or to inquire about our premium high CBD seeds for your Tennessee farm, contact us today! 

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