01 Nov Canadian MJ grower buys Maine hemp farm for CBD production
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A Canadian company that specializes in indoor marijuana production is going outside – buying a Maine hemp farm to ramp up its CBD oil production. Future Farm Technologies of Vancouver said in a news release it has acquired a 120-acre industrial hemp farm in Amity, Maine. Derek Ross, the farm operator and Future Farm partner, has harvested the farm’s first crop of 5,000 hemp plants, which is being dried for CBD extraction. In the news release, Ross said “our goal is to be the largest hemp farm in the northeast in 2018,” with the entire crop... Canadian MJ grower buys Maine hemp farm for CBD production is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
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