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Wyoming THC Testing Labs Almost Ready in Anticipation of the 2020 Hemp Planting Session

Jenni Jacobsen



Wyoming THC Testing Labs Almost Ready in Anticipation of the 2020 Hemp Planting Session

As Wyoming Farmers wait to grow hemp legally, the state has announced that its lab meant for testing THC in crops is almost ready.

Mark Gordon, the Governor of Wyoming, and the state Department of Agriculture released an update this week to potential farmers reminding them that cultivation remains illegal until national rules regarding Wyoming’s hemp plan are approved by federal agriculture authorities.

Since the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, Gordon signed the state’s first hemp law in March.

The governor said that he had been asked to issue an executive order that legalizes hemp production and possession in Wyoming. However, he said that such an order wouldn’t still be federally approved, and this could cause problems with law enforcement and load seizures.

In the meantime, the state has bought THC testing equipment that it expects to be ready by next month as it anticipates federal hemp rules for next year’s planting session.

Jenni Jacobsen loves language and morphed that passion into lighting on a blog. Now, everyone can savor the juicy flavor of her 15 years and counting professional writing career. Before obtaining her Master’s Degree from The Ohio State University and becoming Licensed in Clinical Social Work, she started writing about health and wellness and never stopped. Just like the marathon runner, she is her next pursuit of a PhD in psychology at Northcentral University.

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