‘It saved our business’: Italy’s farmers turn low into high with cannabis

 Salvo Scuderi at his hemp farm outside Catenanuova, Sicily. Since 2016 it has been legal to cultivate hemp with a THC level below 0.2%. Photograph: Francesco Bellina/Cesura

This could open the way for the legalisation of plant species with levels of psychoactive substances over 0.2% Salvo Scuderi, hemp farmer<p>Italian farmers are in crisis as low prices of wheat, desiccated land and big companies importing grain take their toll. But some have found a solution: growing …

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Source: https://ift.tt/2wtDdD2 reposted by Cannabis News World . Original article by Lorenzo Tondo in Catenanuova

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