The Zimbabwean government has been urged to use illegally farmed individuals Buildings (marijuana / deja / hemp / cannabis) to launchOutdoor planter plans applicableCases of illegal cultivation of the plant continue to be reported.
Mukudzi MidzaAccount manager at Zimbabwean ecountHe says illegal farmers can do more with government support.
His remarks came after the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) reported the arrest of Marian Paradza (39 years old) in Buhl village, Mberengwa, in connection with the illegal cultivation of 83 dagga plants measuring between 1 million and 2.5 metres.
In a response seen by Pindula News, Maidza said:
Gvt has a medical marijuana cultivation licensing program. A viable outdoor farmer scheme can be developed using these people as a basis. Imagine that space without a greenhouse, drip irrigation, or chemicals.
Farmer Out Schemes are systems that connect networks of informal smallholder farmers with local and international buyers. Also known as contract farming, these schemes create benefits for players along the supply chain.
Zimbabwe legalized the production of industrial hemp (marijuana) in 2020 through the Agricultural Marketing Authority (Industrial Hemp) Statutory Regulations No. 218.
SI has been gazetted by the Minister of Land, Agriculture, Water and Rural Resettlement. Masuka worried.
to me Zimbabwe Industrial Hemp Trust (ZIHT) Dr Zorodzai MarovichiThe first industrial hemp harvest occurred in 2020.
Unauthorized cultivation or possession of marijuana remains a punishable offense in Zimbabwe.
Despite the arrest of the perpetrators, reports continue to speak of small-scale cannabis production in the rural and urban areas of the country.