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CBD Daily News Oct 18, 2018

posted Oct 18, 2018, 4:17 AM by Scott Salisbury   [ updated Oct 18, 2018, 5:09 AM ]
Times Union New York 
"These two young women crushed it," said Kaelan Castetter, CEO of Castetter Sustainable Group in Binghamton, which helps New York farmers to transition to hemp. "We are really proud of them. I've worked with farmers all over the country and this is the best crop we've seen."

Salina Journal Kansas
“The Ogallala Aquifer is going away. Could this be a crop that replaces irrigation?” Teske said. “Who knows at this point. My ancestors grew it during World War II. It grows really well in northeast Kansas, the wild variety.”


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