Under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s draft rules, crops testing higher than 0.3% THC due to uncertain genetics and variation in sampling and testing procedures will have a range of “measurement of uncertainty” that their crops must fall within for their test results to be considered acceptable.

Farmers wouldn’t be considered in negligent violation unless their hemp crops test above 0.5% THC. Hemp that tests at 0.3%-0.5% THC would still need to disposed of.

See the original article at Hemp Industry Daily