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AbstractThis study aims to examine the potential consequences of switching cotton cultivation in Arizona to industrial hemp production. Data supporting this proposition are drawn from literature review and an interview. Hemp has potential as a replacement crop for cotton, but its implementation faces numerous hurdles. Suggestions for expanding on this study, including a qualitative consumer survey and producer survey, are included.
DescriptionSustainable Built Environments Senior Capstone Project