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Industrial Hemp and What It Means for Texas

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Sheila Hemphill

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Did you know...

... Hemp can provide us with food, fuel, fiber, paper, plastics, insulation, building materials and medicine? Since Federal law defines hemp to contain 0.3% or less of THC, you don't get "high" on hemp.