NEW ZEALAND: Matamata farmer gives up hemp, upset at covert crop
A farmer from Matamata has revealed that he will abandon his first hemp crop, grown as part of a legal trial, because he "found the covert nature of hemp farming a nuisance". The man, who wanted to remain anonymous because of fears that his father would learn about his hemp trial, told Stuff.co.nz yesterday [Wednesday] that he has decided to plant maize in the future because it attracts less attention.
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