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How to Drip Irrigate Hemp – 10 Key Steps in Growing a Successful Crop

Earn 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit) For This Training.

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Kevin Stewart
Kevin Stewart

AG SALES DIRECTOR | USA & CANADA, JAIN IRRIGATION INC.

Can You Make Any Money Growing Hemp

A recent Cornell University analysis found profits ranged from $130 per acre to as high as $730 per acre for grain and fiber. Compared to soybeans at $200 or less per acre or depending on the market (sometimes a loss) hemp is attractive. Also, hemp grown for CBD ranges in the thousands of dollars per acre price range.

Kevin Stewart
Kevin Stewart

AG SALES DIRECTOR | USA & CANADA, JAIN IRRIGATION INC.

Kevin Stewart is a Certified Irrigation Agriculture Specialist recognized by the Irrigation Association. He has spent 15 years in the field of irrigation and is passionate about water-use- efficiency through the advancements of drip and micro irrigation technology. Kevin believes irrigation and agriculture are some of the most important industries one can study, and enjoys communicating his message through social media and industry events. As a native to Idaho and outdoor enthusiast, Kevin enjoys the challenge of hiking and is an avid runner.

Michael Derewenko
Michael Derewenko

Marketing Manager, JAIN IRRIGGATION INC.

Hailing from Central Florida Michael Derewenko has been in the irrigation industry since age 15. Beginning his career working for his father’s large commercial landscape company Michael quickly learned the importance of irrigating landscapes efficiently and effectively. With a strong background in pumps, two-wire systems and irrigation design, there is not much in irrigation that Michael hasn’t encountered. Now operating in Southern California as a Territory Sales Manager with Jain Irrigation, Michael is applying his vast knowledge of conservation-based products and experience in product development to a region that is in dire need of water resource management.