On line Hemp Portal two
Industrial Hemp Plan Manager Brian Koontz says some classic growers could want to remain with the paper procedure but in time they’ll see how helpful the on the web portal can be.
KOONTZ: “We will have a requirement going forward by the USDA to repot information and facts month-to-month.
To give them particular information and facts about who our registrants are in Colorado. By getting a database exactly where they’re getting into the information for us and getting it obtainable instantaneously it will be a lot less difficult.”
Koontz says portal is quite user friendly.
KOONTZ: The initial step is to log on and register your land location and spend for it and offer the information and facts to essentially get the hemp registration. Phase to is to be capable to submit planting reports.
State law demands growers to report the planting of hemp inside ten days and to report once again 30 days prior to harvest. These tasks can now also be completed on the web.
Koontz says phase two must be up and operating by spring.