Industrial hemp is now growing in many parts of the world, and the U.S. and Europe are moving in the opposite direction.
As the hemp industry grows, the U:s Department of Agriculture (USDA) is cracking down on hemp.
While it’s still legal to grow and harvest the crop, farmers must get a USDA stamp that indicates that they’ve grown hemp.
The USDA says the stamp, known as a B-4 license, will only allow the plant to be grown for non-commercial purposes, and it will require farmers to pay a $1,000 per acre tax.
While the tax isn’t a tax, it’s a hefty amount, and many farmers say they’ve been unable to afford the amount required to pay it.
As a result, the US is the only country that requires its farmers to apply for a B.4 license in order to grow hemp, a move that’s set to become the norm by 2025.
While this may be good news for some farmers, there are many other concerns with this new tax.
First and foremost, the stamp itself is still illegal.
As Breitbart News has previously reported, the government can only approve or deny a B4 license for two reasons: It needs to be used to make a specific case, and for a specific purpose.
The first requirement is for a medical purpose.
As noted by Breitbart, the B-2 and B-3 licenses are for research purposes, but the stamp that the USDA is seeking to issue is for hemp, which is used in products such as food and cosmetics.
However, the USDA’s reasoning for this distinction is that hemp is used as an industrial product, and as such, it should be exempt from any restrictions.
The second requirement is because hemp can be used in cosmetics, and since hemp is a non-psychoactive plant, it can’t be labeled as such.
it’s not illegal to grow the crop for noncommercial purposes.
According to the Hemp Industries Association, in addition to the US and European governments, a number of countries around the world are considering legalizing the crop.
The main reason for this is that the United Nations recently adopted the first global declaration on the legalization of industrial hemp.
According the declaration, hemp was used for its medicinal properties for thousands of years, and this has given rise to its medicinal qualities.
The declaration also stated that hemp was already used in Europe for its textile industry, and that it was not a crime to grow or harvest it.
With this new government stamp, hemp farmers will have to pay up to $1 million in taxes to get their crops approved.
This is in addition of the $50,000 that the plant can be taxed at.
It also requires farmers to obtain a stamp from the USDA that says that the farmers have grown hemp for industrial purposes, which means that even if they grow hemp for non commercial purposes, the plant will still be subject to a tax.
However this is unlikely to stop farmers from growing the crop anyway.
As we’ve previously reported in the past, the vast majority of hemp farmers are currently in the process of building their own farms and are looking to expand their operations.
In addition, a recent report by the Hemp Industry Council found that most hemp farmers plan to grow 10 acres of hemp annually.
While hemp is already being used as a material for a wide variety of products, including clothing, paper, textiles, and other products, the growing of the crop has the potential to expand the country’s hemp production.