The first issue of the 2021 OSU Hemp Newsletter. In this issue, we discuss how hemp producers can create corn earworm monitoring kits; reminders on careful watering of transplanted hemp; and provided recent OSU news and updates on hemp.
Govinda Shrestha, Gordon Jones |
Jul 2021 |
During the growing season, the Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center has been facilitating a series of meetings called the Southern Oregon Hemp Growers Forum with the intent to provide timely and accurate information to ...
Gordon Jones, Govinda Shrestha |
Jul 2021 |
As of early December 2020, 93% of Oregon hemp fields (harvest lots) which had undergone a preharvest THC test, had a total THC percentage less than 0.349 and thus passed that test. One concern from past seasons was the ...
Oregon State University’s Global Hemp Innovation Center and the Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources, a major program unit of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, will host the first-ever National Hemp Symposium on Feb. 9 and 10.
Oregon Department of Agriculture has updated their information on the number of acres of hemp registered in Oregon for the 2020 season. By November 2, 2020, there were 27,434 acres of outdoor hemp registered. It should be ...