Indiana Industrial HEMP
The 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp and provided a federal framework for industrial hemp production. Under this framework, states desiring to regulate industrial hemp must have a state hemp plan that has been approved by the United States Department of Agriculture.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved the Indiana State Hemp Plan for commercially growing and processing hemp. In Indiana, hemp processing and production are regulated through the Office of the Indiana State Chemist (OISC). Find the full press release here.
An interactive map of hemp grown in Indiana is available here.
To register to grow hemp in 2021 click here. If you are currently registered you can log into the hemp portal here. We also recommend reviewing the Ten Questions to Ask Before Growing Hemp in 2020 and the Indiana Hemp Frequently Asked Questions.
|Section 1: Authorities in Law|
Section 4: Forms Section 5: Federal (USDA, FDA, EPA) Comments, Hemp Guidance
and Policy Announcements
|Section 7: Seed & Seed Labeling of Hemp|
Section 2: Frequently Asked Questions and Indiana Hemp Websites
Section 5: Federal (USDA, FDA, EPA) Comments, Hemp Guidance
and Policy Announcements
|Section 8: EPA & Pesticide Use in Hemp|
Section 3: Applications for Grower/Handler of Hemp with University
Researcher/Research Advisors in 2020
|Section 6: Research Links for Hemp||Section 9: General Information|
Persons interested in Indiana’s hemp industry and not already on the OISC’s e-mail notification list may register to receive periodic updates here - https://lists.purdue.edu/mailman/listinfo/hempnews.
|Role: The Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) coordinates with our state partners to provide information and encouragement to interested agribusinesses and organizations in entering Indiana’s hemp market and expanding sales.|
Role: Indiana Grown is an ISDA agricultural marketing initiative with over 1600 members in all 92 counties. Once a member, producers can leverage our logo on all approved value-added products packaged, processed and/or grown in Indiana.
|Role: The Midwest Hemp Council is a credible information source, trusted policy advocate and dedicated forum for the hemp industry in Indiana and beyond. Our members are proactively building and promoting the entire hemp supply chain from seed to shelf.|
Role: The Office of Indiana State Chemist (OISC) regulates the production and handling of industrial hemp in Indiana in accordance with federal and state law.
|Role: Purdue Extension connects Indiana to Purdue University research and programs to provide education about agronomic practices, pest and weed management, marketing and the legality behind growing hemp.|
|Contact: Victoria Herring – Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-954-4073||Contact: Email email@example.com or call 317-234-7077||Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org||Contact: Don Robison – Email email@example.com or call 765-494-1557||Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 765-496-1567|
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