Polish hemp rises on old traditions

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Poland’s modern-day hemp story begins in Vilnius, on March 14, 1930. That’s where, at an experimental agriculture station set up in cooperation with the Stefan Batory University, in lands then under Polish reign, General Łucjan Żeligowski began experiments to develop hemp and flax strains that eventually would be widely used across Europe.

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