Kansas Industrial Hemp Resources

Browse the links, documents and articles below for informative resources related to industrial hemp. Specific to Kansas regulations and conditions, this information is designed for producers, processors, researchers, private industry and public outreach. If you're looking for something not covered in the topics below, please reach out to the Kansas Hemp Consortium

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Hemp Processing Air Quality Guidelines

Hemp processing can include several activities that need to be evaluated for potential air emissions under the Kansas Air Quality Act and Regulations. 
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2020 Multi-State Hemp Variety Trials 

Presented by Dr. Jason Grifin, Executive Director of KSU's Pair Horticulture Center and Lead Hemp Researcher 

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Medical Cannabis in Kansas 2021

Presented by Kelly Rippel, longtime activist and hemp authority, at the 3rd Annual Kansas Hemp Conerence

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Hemp in

Animal Feed

Presented by Cannabis Journalist and Hemp Industry Daily Reporter Laura Drotleff at the 3rd Annual Kansas Hemp Conference

Strategic Partners

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Licensed producer, research grower and
feminized clone supplier

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Soil sampling, yield mapping,
variable rate seeding and fertilizer prescriptions

Kansas Hemp Consortium Values

The Kansas Hemp Consortium values data and research in the United States' march to hemp prominence in production, processing and related industries. Reach out to KHC for consultation on all aspects of industrial hemp and whole-plant uses in fiber and grain manufacturing. 

 

Among the KHC strategic partners are licensed hemp producers, processors, dryers, chemists, soil and water scientists, farmers, ranchers and business development experts. Working thoughtfully together, collectively producing in-depth studies of industry trends critical in evaluating investments.