Industrial Hemp doesn't have enough THC to get you high, just a headache.
It can be used for food, fuel, clothing & textiles, rope, paper, cosmetics, paints & cleaners, building materials and more.
It is easy to grow, yielding 2-3 crops annually on one field with no need to lie fallow. Doesn't require the chemicals that corn needs to grow healthy.
Answer by CluelessCarrie at 7:14 PM on Dec. 13, 2008
Answer by Anonymous at 6:47 PM on Dec. 13, 2008
No, hon, it's not. One must get a permit from the DEA and so far they are damn near impossible to get. There is no good reason why we should not be able to grow it at will just like most any other plant.
Here is one mans story of his efforts to get permission to grow ind hemp in the US.
Answer by Friday at 8:52 PM on Dec. 13, 2008
Answer by Anonymous at 10:07 PM on Dec. 13, 2008
Well, it looks completely different from a female plant. It has no "bud" on it's stems. It also doesn't smell like weed.
But the DEA already spends a lot of wasted time flying over forests scoping for guerrilla growing. At least hemp growers would be out in the open and quite easy to find.
Answer by Ghostfacebreeda at 2:07 AM on Dec. 14, 2008
Answer by PROGENITOR at 2:16 AM on Dec. 14, 2008
Answered at 6:47 PM on Dec. 13, 2008 by: Anonymous i think it already is. hon,
Shouldn't doubt what Friday says. She knows her shit ... hon.
Answer by Madge1428 at 9:42 AM on Dec. 14, 2008
Answer by Loa1002 at 10:47 AM on Dec. 14, 2008
Oops, I was so tired last nite I didn't realize the link I tried to post didn't show up.
This is one mans story of efforts to get a permit to grow ind hemp from the DEA
Answer by Friday at 12:05 PM on Dec. 14, 2008