The hemp came in sparse and scraggly this month, but Loflin said but he's still turning away buyers.
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"Phone's been ringing off the hook," said Loflin, who plans to press the seeds into oil and sell the fibrous remainder to buyers who'll use it in building materials, fabric and rope. "People want to buy more than I can grow."
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