Thinking Outside the Box with Hemp

The hemp industry is seemingly just getting started, as the elders in the industry have less than ten years of experience, and black-market experience usually relating better to growers than manufacturers.

The BiPolarity of Cannabis in Florida Hemp & Medical Cannabis

For those of you new to Florida or new to cannabis, your underlying belief would probably be that when you are discussing a new crop, federally legal if grown a specific way with a specific group of genetics and a federally illegal crop, with mandatory verticality, that those were two different naturally grown plants.

Packing – The Real China Issue for Hemp

With patent infringement, product knock offs and government subsidized manufacturing, there is no shortage of reasons to see China as a major issue to American commerce.

New Bill Means New Things for Florida Hemp Industry

While it may seem like the world has come to a grinding halt amidst the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, that is not entirely the case. Americans are still at work and trying to maintain their every day lives as best they can.

Hemp: Where Do We Go From Here?

The Florida economy has ground to a halt, except food and basic necessities. These exceptions include hemp. With a small dip in retail initially, Florida’s determination that hemp was a food and therefore essential was a boon for business.