A hemp plant grows in the Oregon city of Port Angeles, Oregon, U.S. on March 5, 2017.
(Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) The legal status of hemp has become more than a legal issue in the U.K., with some legal businesses taking advantage of the new hemp law.
The legal status is not yet clear for hemp, a genetically modified crop which can be grown in many countries, but many people are getting ready to start growing it legally.
Hemp is currently legal to grow in all U.N. member states, and there are currently around 7,000 hemp farms in the United Kingdom, according to the National Farmers Union.
The hemp plant is one of the most versatile and popular crops in the world, with its high yields being used in a wide variety of products, including textiles, food, fuel, plastics, paper and textiles.
The United States and the United States Virgin Islands, which are also part of the U, have hemp legal cultivation, but are not currently in possession of the plant.
The U.B.C. hemp is a very important crop to the U., according to The Guardian.
“Hemp makes a great cash crop and it is worth a lot of money,” the newspaper quoted the University of California, Berkeley, professor of agronomy, Kevin Haggard as saying.
Haggard said that if the U is to become a “hassle-free society,” it needs to find a way to make a transition from hemp to other crops like marijuana and tobacco.
The legalization of marijuana and hemp are both important, according Haggart, who also said that the U should explore opportunities to develop the “greater use” of hemp.
According to the Guardian, “it would be nice to be able to grow hemp on a large scale in the UK and elsewhere, but the situation is not that simple,” Haggad said.
“There are not a lot if any legal places for the hemp in the country.”