What States Have Approved Hemp Seed Varieties?

Here are the 2020 Hemp laws and legislation vary from state to state. So, what states have approved hemp seed varieties?

States with Approved Hemp Seed Varieties Where Hemp Farming is Legal

There are 34 states allow hemp farming, some with regulation, some with licensing, and others under farm acts and hemp commissions. The following states approve hemp seed varieties and allow hemp farming:

● Alabama
● California
● Colorado
● Delaware
● Florida
● Georgia
● Illinois
● Indiana
● Iowa
● Kentucky
● Louisiana
● Maine
● Maryland
● Massachusetts
● Missouri
● Montana – begins Nov 1, 2020
● Nebraska
● New Jersey
● New Mexico
● New York
● Ohio
● Oklahoma
● Oregon
● Pennsylvania
● Rhode Island
● South Carolina
● South Dakota
● Tennessee (limited basis)
● Texas
● Utah
● Vermont
● Virginia
● Washington
● Wyoming

States Currently on a Hemp Growing Pilot or Research Program

Currently, 13 states are conducting pilot or research programs for growing hemp. They are:

● Alaska
● Arizona
● Arkansas
● Connecticut
● Hawaii
● Kansas
● Michigan
● Minnesota
● Nevada
● North Carolina
● North Dakota
● West Virginia
● Wisconsin

States Where it is Not Legal to Grow Hemp

Growing hemp is illegal in four states. They are:

● Washington DC
● Idaho
● Mississippi
● New Hampshire

You can find details, regulations, and information for each state here: US Hemp Laws by State 2020