Much of the hemp crops grown thus far in the United States have been grown using horticultural practices.
Many tobacco and vegetable farmers have adapted their practices and equipment to grow quality cannabinoid-rich hemp crops.
As hemp crops become more prevalent in the US, farmers will work to mechanize and scale production, especially in traditional largescale mechanized row crop farming regions.
I sat down with Andrew Bish, COO of Bish Enterprises and CEO of Hemp Harvest Works, to learn what a grower should consider when planning their crop production strategies.
The bottom line is each farm and farming scenario is contextually different. Growers must evaluate what makes the most practical and economical sense for their unique situation.
Andrew shares a ton of quality knowledge and his thoughts on the agronomic future of hemp.
Gotta check this one out folks!
Until next time, #startcleanstayclean