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Industrial Hemp Frequently Asked Questions165480This page is intended to answer some of the frequently asked questions about Tasmania’s industrial hemp licensing scheme.17/01/2019 11:34:20 AMOnce I have a lic​​​ence can I grow low-THC cannabis wherever I want Do I need to own the property where I ​propose to grow low-THC cannabis 871htmlFalseaspx
Industrial Hemp Production in Tasmania189213Summarises the legislative and licensing equirements for growing industrial hemp in Tasmania.17/01/2019 11:46:05 AM hemp is cannabis where the leaves and flowering heads do not contain more than 1 per cent Enquiries regarding medicinal cannabis should be directed to the Office of Drug Control 22144htmlFalseaspx
Hemp Profile (last updated July 2011)4435910/04/2014 4:24:59 AMThere are close to 2,000 varieties of Cannabis of which only a handful are high in THC Low THC Cannabis can be grown in Tasmania under a licence administered by the Department 1226https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
Industrial Hemp Licence New-Renewal Form24093820/09/2018 6:08:05 AMAn industrial hemp licence cannot authorise any activities related to medicinal cannabis Medicinal cannabis licences are issued by the Australian Government through the Office of 214https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
Industrial hemp factsheet4765214/08/2017 1:18:57 AMSuitability factors for assisting in site selection Free draining soils are preferred for Industrial hemp (Cannabis sativa) is a versatile plant grown for either seed or fibre 757https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
Anthemis cotula4239917/02/2014 4:53:24 AMPre-entry weed potential assessment Anthemis cotula N Y <-input Notes Ascore Escore Nscore A. Biogeography/ L. Yellow cells may be modified historical Asteraceae CH ?-># Converts Y 339https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxxlsFalsexls
Cabomba Caroliniana4287517/02/2014 4:55:20 AMPre-entry weed potential assessment Cabomba caroliniana N Y <-input Notes Ascore Escore Nscore A. Biogeography/ Gray Yellow cells may be modified historical Cabombaceae CH 383https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxxlsFalsexls
Weed Potential of New Plants4755020/05/2009 12:21:12 AMATTACHMENT B A report on the development of a Weed Risk Assessment System commissioned by the Australian Weeds Committee and the Plant Industries Committee P. C. Pheloung 1561https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
Zizania palustris4779217/02/2014 5:38:34 AMPre-entry weed potential assessment Zizania palustris N Y <-input Notes Ascore Escore Nscore A. Biogeography/ wild rice Yellow cells may be modified historical Poaceae CH 300https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxxlsFalsexls
RACING SERVICES TASMANIA HARNESS RACING STEWARDS REPORT11880515/04/2015 2:00:00 AMRACE 1 – LONGFORD EQUINE CLINIC STAKES – 2200 METRES Pre-race swab samples were taken from at the New Norfolk trials on 15 February 2015 was found to contain metabolites of cannabis 238https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/racing-site/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxdocxFalsedocx
epilobium nummulariifolium4369717/02/2014 5:03:09 AMPre-entry weed potential assessment Epilobium nummulariifolium N Y <-input Notes Ascore Escore Nscore A. Biogeography/ R.Cunn Yellow cells may be modified historical Onagraceae CH 311https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxxlsFalsexls
Guideline: Veterinary Surgeons rights, duties and responsibilities under the Poisons Act & Regulations10444926/02/2018 11:29:45 PM Veterinary Surgeons Act 1987 Guideline: Veterinary Surgeons’ rights, duties and responsibilities under the Poisons Act & Regulations Issued by the Veterinary Board of Tasmania 509https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf

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