Maverick Farmer in North Dakota Grows Hemp Today, Marijuana Tomorrow
Hemp today, marijuana tomorrow, Chris Adams is not waiting for the farming rush.
The 30-year-old maverick producer has picked the cannabis horse as a strong runner for agriculture and he’s hopping on right out of the gate.
Adams punched 300 acres of hemp ground in 2017 and hopes to start indoor production of marijuana in 2018.
Along with sugar beets, hard red spring wheat, soybeans, six varieties of dry beans, bean processing and an export venture, Adams has grabbed the reins of a 9,000-acre farming legacy and is driving hard across the level land of the Red River Valley.
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