International cannabis companies chose Uganda as their preferred location for marijuana production in a push to stay ahead of the growing multi-billion dollar industry. Uganda, which is one of the poorest countries in the world, is cooperating with investors and the legal framework are being tailored by the government to give way to rich industrial nations.READ MORE
Cornell University will host the only U.S. industrial hemp seed bank in its Geneva campus in New York, It will be called Industrial Hemp Germplasm Depot. The U.S. Department of Agriculture provided $500,000 in federal funds for the project. The seed bank, expected to be ready within five years, will benefit producers by developing varieties adaptable to different climate and soil conditions.READ MORE
The legality of CBD oil remains complicated even with the 2018 Farm Bill in place.
The ex-U.S. Attorney General is out of the way to full cannabis legalization, could we see the industry exponentially booming in the coming months?
A few days before the marijuana legalization, Canada releases the bill 36, seeking to make cannabis a public issue and causing a bit of uncertainty.READ MORE
The Missouri Department of Agriculture is reviewing CBD oil, which is widely sold in Missouri despite the fact that marijuana remains illegal in the state.READ MORE