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August 25, 2021

MythBuster series: 6 silly cannabis cultivation superstitions to stop believing
Some hemp and marijuana growers have been holding on to pretty ridiculous superstitions and myths.
Texas’ ban on smokable hemp was thrown out Monday in a watershed decision that opens the nation’s second-largest state to a hemp market that could generate $400 million in annual sales by 2025.
As the legal cannabis industry continues to expand, it’s urgent that we understand the consequences of placing too much reliance on large industrial cannabis grown indoors under artificial lighting. 
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When Dr. Priyanka Sharma’s father’s chemical engineering company in Illinois kept getting phone calls asking if it performed industrial hemp extraction, she flew to Colorado to learn more about the ascendant CBD industry. They were floored by how many consumers said they used CBD and other cannabinoids for wellness and saw a huge opportunity. 

In this episode of Seed to CEO, Priyanka talks about how Kazmira – the company she and her husband founded and now serve as co-CEOs for – became one of the CBD industry’s leading extraction firms.
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