Hawaii’s agricultural economy has high hopes for hemp after sugar cane, pineapple pull out

Proponents of building a strong hemp industry in Hawaii are hoping the crop will restore the island state’s deep agricultural tradition after long-standing tropical crops that moved off the islands in favor of lower-cost locales have left tens of thousands of acres fallow.

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