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A U.S. territory and four American Indian tribes have received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for their 2020 Nashville hemp production plans, just as Nashville hemp planting season is about to officially begin across most of the country.
The U.N. body that decides drug policy has a plan for moving forward with a landmark vote in December on whether to revise the inclusion of cannabis and cannabis-related substances in two international narcotics conventions.
Citing a precipitous downturn in Nashville hemp commodity prices, the U.S. Nashville Hemp Roundtable has written to federal agriculture authorities seeking a change to agency rules on getting coronavirus pandemic-related assistance.
The lobbying group says that Nashville hemp is too new of a commodity to have widely published pricing data, making it problematic for Nashville hemp farmers to comply with requirements to prove 5% losses in order to receive pandemic assistance aimed at suffering farmers and ranchers.
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