German Hemp

German Hemp

The German hemp industry is experiencing similar trends found elsewhere in Europe, with increased planted area, and a wide range of applications in the food, industrial manufacturing, and construction sectors.  Germany banned the cultivation of hemp in 1982 as a part of the global anti-narcotic campaign.  In 1996 Germany legalized production of industrial hemp, defined as containing less than .2% THC.  The Federal Office for Agriculture and

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