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I'm an NC native and I have recently discovered the legalization of "research hemp cultivation". I understand the process of the growing of hemp but the harvesting is where I'm stumped. Any help would be appreciated.
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Id imagine it depends if you're growing for fiber or seed. Also as I understand it, right now you need to be affiliated with a university to get permited. At least that's what Ive heard from friends in KY and CO working on it.
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Unfortunately, talking about hemp is limited to a special area of the forums called The Cider Press.  

The politics around this plant make it too easy for conversations to spiral out of control.  

There is a good hemp thread there already, and when you have enough apples, feel free to join in.

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