It’s been nearly 40 years since your humble and horticulturally challenged correspondent tried to grow anything from seeds. And this time around, my crop isn't garden corn, radishes and lettuce. But it's legal, thanks to Virginia lawmakers. So I've named my plants after them.
Legislation that changes the way hemp can be sold awaits the signature of Gov. Glenn Youngkin before it can become law.
His name is Jonathan Zinski, and he farms hemp in Campbell County. He's giving away more than 100,000 donated seeds throughout Virginia on Nov. 13.
We have some catching up to do regarding few recent columns. The first was about new Virginia voting laws for 2021 and it appeared Sept. 14.Th…
So if Virginians now can grow marijuana legally, where can we get seeds? I put that question to state lawmakers. Surprisingly, I got an answer.