📰🌱 CBD news Jan 4 2019

posted Jan 5, 2019, 4:55 AM by Scott Salisbury

Colorado 2013. A look back in time. 
The First Hemp Farm in the United States in Nearly 57 years was brought in by... 
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A 5th generation Colorado farm kid 
October 2013... America's first (known) hemp harvest in more than fifty years began this month in southeastern Colorado. This past spring, following last year's passage of Amendment 64, which legalized small amounts of marijuana for adults and paved the way for industrial hemp production, farmer Ryan Loflin planted 55 acres of marijuana's sober sister. Last week, hemp advocates from across the country came to watch as Loflin and others harvested the first plants by hand.

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“We mistakenly removed pages for hemp and CBD oil that do not violate our policies, and we are currently working to restore these pages,” the company said in an email.

23,000 acres of hemp were cultivated in 2017 and in 2018 that sum grew to over 77,000 acres and with Missouri and Kansas now in the mix, you'd expect to see that number swell even more.

The World Intellectual Property Organization said approximately 10,246 cannabis-related applications have been filed since 1978 under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), with 6,137 applications coming after 2008.



Hemp growers will need OLCC permit to sell in dispensaries

There are 2,091 licensed cannabis producers, processors, wholesalers, laboratories and retailers in Oregon. The Department of Agriculture has 633 licensed industrial hemp growers and 200 industrial hemp handlers.