University of Hawai‘i study suggests industrial hemp could be grown in State
Alden Alayvilla, Web Editor
A report by University of Hawai‘i College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources suggests that the State could yield over 70 tons of industrial hemp a year.
Harry Ako, principal investigator of the study, “discovered that three crops a year could be grown in [the] State. … In the current 2015 trials, subtropical fiber hemp grew very well.”
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