Industrial hemp seed can be obtained from within the United States and planted in North Carolina, allowing the state’s pilot program for producing industrial hemp to get underway.
The John B. Pitner Center, first opened in 1985, is the laboratory and administrative space for the center. The renovation includes new labs for the Advanced Plant Technology program, a stronger network for data transfer and more collaborative workspaces. Read moreRead More »
Being termed a “seed standardization” bill the proposed legislation would bar counties, municipalities, and other political subdivisions from enacting seed regulations. The TSTA Board of Directors recently voted to support the legislation. The legislation was introduced by member companies of the Biotechnology Information Organization and that coalition is being led[…]Read More »