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  1. Growing low THC hemp under licence in NSW - Frequently asked questions

    how can I get a licence to cultivate or supply low-THC hemp? ... can I produce extracts of low-THC hemp for non-therapeutic use? Download.

  2. Hemp Industry Act 2008

    Hemp Industry Act 2008. An Act to authorise and regulate the cultivation and supply of low-THC hemp for commercial production and other legitimate uses; to amend the Drug Misuse and ... Hemp Industry Instrument of Delegation 2016 (PDF, 2.11 MB).

  3. hemp-industry-licence-manual.pdf

    1 This licenses does not permit the growing of hemp for medicinal use. ... Phone Mobile. Fax Email Address. Type of Hemp Crop o Seed Crop - Variety.

  4. NSW Hemp Industry

    Growing Low THC Hemp. Hemp cannot be grown (commercially or for research) in NSW without a license issued by the NSW Department of Primary Industries. ... The sale and handling of other hemp products, such as seeds and fibre, also requires a license.

  5. hemp-industry-act-application-guidelines.pdf

    Activity The activity means. 3.1 - Cultivation of low-THC hemp for commercial production. ... Low-THC hemp plant material is supplied for use in a manufacturing process.

  6. Legislation

    Legislation.

  7. Industrial hemp - a new crop for NSW

    The objective of this Primefact is to provide information on a broad range of topics relating to the industrial hemp industry. ... Industrial hemp, because of its ‘green’ image, seems to be almost self-promoting.

  8. Industrial hemp - a new crop for nsw

    industrial hemp, because of its ‘green’ image, seems to be almost self-promoting. ... industrial hemp can readily be used in the making of environmentally friendly paper.

  9. Growing low THC hemp in NSW faq.pdf

    1. Licence conditions listed in the Hemp Industry Regulation 2016 - Clauses 10 -13. ... Low-THC hemp crop residues must not be sold as hay or silage.

  10. Summer crops

    Summer crops. Grain sorghum is the  main summer cereal crop grown in northern NSW. It is mainly used as stock feed in the cattle, pig and poultry industries. Sorghum stubble can also be utilised  after harvest as stock fodder. Maize is the other