Attorney Helping Illinois Hemp Farmers
By: Hall, Rustom & Fritz, LLC,
PEORIA, Ill. - May 2, 2019 - PRLog -- A cannabis attorney in central Illinois is helping hemp businesses navigate the State's first hemp crop year.
The State of Illinois released its official hemp application on April 30, 2019. In a matter of only 48 hours, the State had already accepted almost 400 applications to grow hemp. The state has made the application simple to use on a desktop computer with an internet connection.
An aerial map of the area where the hemp shall be grown is required. It is easier to narrow down the area on Google maps first, then use that as a thumbnail to trace the land for the official application.
Upon successful completion of the application, it is submitted to the State. In our experience so far, a provisional hemp license is issued within 48 hours from the receipt by the state. The provisional license is valid until December 31, 2019.
The Illinois Hemp Application has the following relevant aspects:
• Easy to use online application feature
• Somewhat difficult tracing hemp farm area
• Provisional licenses quickly issued
• 1 to 3 year term
• License for cultivation of hemp
• Registration for processing hemp
• Compliance really arises after application award.
The first crop year for Illinois hemp appears delayed by flooding, but not by the licensing process. "We can now start helping out clients with the resources they need to take their license and turn it into profits," says Peoria, IL Attorney, Thomas Howard.
Mr. Howard maintains the Collateral Base business legal services brand on the Internet & has an extensive cannabis law web presence. He owns a digital marketing company (https://stumari.co/)
Your business can find more information about Illinois hemp farming at: https://www.cannabisindustrylawyer.com/
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