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Three agencies get green light for growing marijuana for medical use

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9 minutes ago, mrfill said:

np. I can remember jute sacks being used for potatoes, flour, coal and the sack race on school sports day....

Me too and billions of sand bags

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7 hours ago, geoffbezoz said:

I was talking rubbish I'm afraid, must be old age. It was Jute that was for bags, amongst other things,  for the British army, not hemp, and was the main supplier. Bangladesh is still the 2nd highest producer in the world according to Wiki.

Jute comes from hemp,  jute is the the skin of the plant also called bast.  Allot of framers in issan already grow this and sell to local companies that make rope and burlap sack bags.  

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Glad to see this moving forward and I hope they don’t botch it.

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Just wondering if they legalize growing for some if the penalties will change for unlicensed growing?

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let's certainly not ask EXPERTS in other countries what the best plants could be, right...

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