There has been a spate of thefts at Pennsylvania hemp farms. CBD plants are being topped and hauled away, and in some cases entire plants have been stolen. Some farms have lost dozens of plants, others over a thousand.
Who would have guessed that the biggest pest to the hemp crop would turn out to be human beings?
What can farmers do to protect themselves and their crops?
Seven farmers share their stories of theft and security in the newest episode of the Lancaster Farming Industrial Hemp Podcast. These farmers employ methods of security ranging from field cams and motion sensors to armed guards and booby traps.
What can farmers do to protect themselves and their crops? We talk to seven different farmers to hear their stories of theft and security. They employ methods of security ranging from field cams and motion sensors, to armed guards and booby traps.
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