The debate in Wisconsin turns toward the 0.3-percent THC threshold -- and whether it should be changed. Wisconsin Public Radio reported on the plight of seven farmers in the South Central Wisconsin Hemp cooperative, each of whom submitted harvest notices to the state around the same time -- 30 days prior to anticipated harvest -- in order to get their crop tested by the state for cannabinoid content. The problem is that the actual test times for each farmer were divergent, and, in some cases, t...
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In Wisconsin, Farmers Blame Delays in State Testing on 'Hot' Crops That Must Now Be Destroyed
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