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Hemp State Highlight: Tennessee fights humidity, lack of processing in bid to gain market share

23 Jan Hemp State Highlight: Tennessee fights humidity, lack of processing in bid to gain market share

Some hemp growers struggle to get water for their crops. In Tennessee, hemp farmers have the opposite problem: They must grow a plant – one that doesn’t like soggy roots – in a climate with high humidity and more than 50 inches of rain a year. Hemp State Highlight: Tennessee fights humidity, lack of processing in bid to gain market share is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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