If there is anyone interested in a self paced hemp crash course you might consider this program with Marguerite Bolt, the Hemp Extension Specialist at Purdue University.
" The curriculum covers the plant biology and agronomic aspects of the growth and uses of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa) , including its place in history, the implications of historical and modern legal and social issues and its uses for food, fiber, building products and medical applications. Learners will leave with knowledge of the history and legalities of hemp production, including how to grow and harvest the hemp plant, as well as the many applications that hemp has and the economics of its production. Through this course students will learn the about: Federal and state regulations Agronomic principles Farm economics (including the different hemp crops) Genetics and breeding
By the end of the course the user should have sufficient knowledge to grow or consult growers in regards to production."
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