Industrial Hemp as an Arizona crop

Industrial hemp can now legally be grown as a crop in Arizona thanks to a recently passed bill. However, it carries the risk that farmers will have to destroy a crop if THC levels, the active ingredient in marijuana, exceed certain requirements. See how farmers struggle with this dilemma and we’ll talk more about the issue from Chelsea McGuire, Government Relations Director for the Arizona Farm Bureau.

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Chelsea McGuire, Government Relations Director for the Arizona Farm Bureau

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