Scotland could become the home of a large number of alternative crops, such as cannabis, hemp, and mushrooms, according to researchers at SAC Consulting. According to the report, the full range of alternative crops could be so huge that it may be recommended for farmers to focus in on one area with the most potential and market value. South Scotland, which covers 1.12 million hectares, is well-known for its agricultural and forestry history. Continue reading New Report Says Cannabis Could Be Grown in Scotland at Canex.
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