Clearing Up the Uncertainties of Hemp

Posted by Rachel McDevitt | WITF on

The state approved more than 300 permits to farm industrial hemp this growing season, after Congress loosened restrictions on the crop last year. Hemp was long-banned because of its relationship to marijuana, but it doesn't have enough of the psychoactive compound THC to produce a high. Keystone Edition's Rachel McDevitt reports researchers are trying to clear up uncertainties about the crop.

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