Hemp: One of the Nation’s Oldest, and Now Newest, Agricultural Commodities

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by Michelle Rutter, NCIA’s Government Relations Manager HISTORY Farming and agriculture has long been a part of North American history. When the Great Depression hit in the 1930’s, both President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Congress knew that the United States would struggle until the agriculture industry became prosperous again. As a result, many New Deal programs dealt with farming, but arguably the most notable agriculture related legislation was the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 , which was the first version of what we know today as simply the “Farm Bill” that is updated roughly every five years

Pot growers Warned: Feds, local officials planning to hunt down big marijuana … – Merced Sun-Star

Posted on: April 17th, 2012 by admin No Comments

Local law enforcement announced Monday that it will be working with federal agencies to crack down on large-scale medical marijuana grows, primarily on agricultural land. “We’re going to start (pushing for) federal charges against people because of the state’s reluctance to file cases,” said Tom MacKenzie, spokesman for the Merced County Sheriff’s Department.

Leading Medical Cannabis Company GrowOp Technology, Announces Merger with … – Albany Times Union

Posted on: April 13th, 2012 by admin No Comments

Terra Tech Corp. (OTCBB:TRTC), a leader in controlled agricultural products, announced today that it has merged with GrowOp Technology Ltd., a cultivation equipment manufacturer focused on the rapidly emerging medical Cannabis market

Leading Medical Cannabis Company GrowOp Technology, Announces Merger with … – Virtual-Strategy Magazine

Posted on: April 11th, 2012 by admin No Comments

Terra Tech Corp. (OTCBB:TRTC), a leader in controlled agricultural products, announced today that it has merged with GrowOp Technology Ltd., a cultivation equipment manufacturer focused on the rapidly emerging medical Cannabis market.

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