Mark Sizemore (left) and Richard Mundell with the Kentucky Tobacco Research and Development Center planted hemp Tuesday at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, for the first time in decades.
Mark Sizemore (left) and Richard Mundell with the Kentucky Tobacco Research and Development Center planted hemp Tuesday at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, for the first time in decades. Michael McKay mmckay@herald-leader.com
Mark Sizemore (left) and Richard Mundell with the Kentucky Tobacco Research and Development Center planted hemp Tuesday at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, for the first time in decades. Michael McKay mmckay@herald-leader.com

Hemp plants return to Henry Clay’s Ashland estate

May 03, 2016 03:38 PM

UPDATED May 03, 2016 06:42 PM

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