Hemp farmers in Montezuma County face glut, low prices

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Hemp farmers in Montezuma County face glut, low prices

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Jeff Stokes waters hemp plants at Green Lynx Farms in Mancos on Monday. Green Lynx Farms is under contract with a Southwest Colorado farm to produce seeds from all its two strains of hemp plants it is growing this year.
Hemp plants grown from seedlings are prepared for repotting and transferring to one of four greenhouse at Green Lynx Farms in Mancos.
Green Lynx Farms, in operation for three years, is growing more than 300 hemp plants this year. It is under contract to provide all its seeds to one farm in La Plata County.

Hemp farmers in Montezuma County face glut, low prices

Jeff Stokes waters hemp plants at Green Lynx Farms in Mancos on Monday. Green Lynx Farms is under contract with a Southwest Colorado farm to produce seeds from all its two strains of hemp plants it is growing this year.
Hemp plants grown from seedlings are prepared for repotting and transferring to one of four greenhouse at Green Lynx Farms in Mancos.
Green Lynx Farms, in operation for three years, is growing more than 300 hemp plants this year. It is under contract to provide all its seeds to one farm in La Plata County.
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