Indiana – Purdue hosts first hemp field day
Erica Quinlan, Field Editor
A field day participant examines a hemp plant during a field day in West Lafayette, Ind.
After decades of not being able to legally grow industrial hemp, Purdue University researchers unveiled trial plots of the crop during a field day.Like most crops in Indiana the hemp fields experienced heavy rains early in the summer. In spite of inclement weather, most of the plants survived.
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