Hemp is growing again at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, in cooperation with the University of Kentucky and United Hemp Industries. Hemp was the primary cash crop at Ashland in the 19th century, but the federal government banned it for decades because of its association with marijuana.
Hemp is growing again at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, in cooperation with the University of Kentucky and United Hemp Industries. Hemp was the primary cash crop at Ashland in the 19th century, but the federal government banned it for decades because of its association with marijuana. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves
Hemp is growing again at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, in cooperation with the University of Kentucky and United Hemp Industries. Hemp was the primary cash crop at Ashland in the 19th century, but the federal government banned it for decades because of its association with marijuana. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves

Hemp has returned to Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate

June 11, 2016 07:20 PM

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