Hemp Diseases in Texas
- Date of Publication
- August 17, 2021
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This publication addresses diseases seen after one season of hemp production and other potential disease problems of hemp grown in Texas. The climate in many other states where hemp has been grown is quite different from Texas, affecting the diseases that occur. Usually, these climates are much wetter than Texas. Therefore, many foliar and bud diseases that are a problem in other states will not likely be a problem in Texas.
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