Ban on cultivating CBD oil from cannabis ‘unfair’ and ‘insane’, UK farmers say

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Ban on cultivating CBD oil from cannabis ‘unfair’ and ‘insane’, UK farmers say” – below is their description.

    The Government is being urged to scrap rules that stop British farmers from fully harvesting cannabis plants.

    Up to 80% of the crop currently has to be burnt, forcing the UK to import millions of pounds for so-called CBD products.

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