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Hemp, marijuana at center of agriculture commissioner race


TOUTS HIS ACCOMPLISHMENTS, AS
CHALLENGER ROBERT CONWAY SAYS HE
HAS BETTER IDEAS.>>WE HAVE A RESEARCH PILOT
PROJECT GOING TO FULL-BLOWN
COMMERCIALIZATION. MARK THERE’S NO DENYING HEMP’S
: GROWTH IN THE PAST FOUR YEARS.>>BUT RIGHT NOW THE HEMP
PROGRAM IS LIKE THE WILD WEST,
ALL KINDS OF ISSUES. PEOPLE IN WESTERN KENTUCKY HAVE
CONTACTED ME IN THE LAST 48
HOURS TRYING TO FIND OUT WHERE
THEY HAVE ACCESS TO SELL THE
CROP THIS YEAR. MARK: RYAN QUARLES SAYS HIS
STEADY LEADERSHIP HAS MADE
KENTUCKY THE LEADER IN HEMP.>>WE ARE STARTING TO SEE LITTLE
GLITCHES, BUT AS WITH ANY NEW
MARKET, THERE IS GOING TO BE
FOLKS THAT SUCCEED, SOME FOLKS
WHO DECIDE TO EXIT THE MARKET,
BUT RIGHT NOW KENTUCKY IS THE CLEAR LEADER. MARK ROBERT CONWAY SAYS HE WOULD
: USE THE OFFICE TO PUSH MEDICAL
MARIJUANA.>>ONE ACRE CAN GENERATE $40,000
OF REVENUE. IT’S GOING TO BE DEPENDENT ON
HOW MUCH YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK
AT.>>I’M NOT AGAINST MEDICAL
MARIJUANA, BUT WE HAVE BEEN
GIVEN A CHANCE IN KENTUCKY TO
PROMOTE HEMP. MARK QUARLES SAYS HE HAS ALSO
: GROWN THE KENTUCKY PROUD
PROGRAM FOR LOCALLY GROWN FOOD. CONWAY WOULD LIKE TO STOP
SENDING CATTLE RAISED IN
KENTUCKY TO OTHER STATES.>>KENTUCKY IS CENTRALLY LOCATED
.
WE HAVE AN ABUNDANCE OF WATER. SO WHY

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