Industrial Hemp

THE ALABAMA HEMP PROGRAM

 


2022 APPLICATION & REGISTRATION

The application period for 2022 is scheduled for 8:00 a.m. CT October 12, 2021 through 5:00 p.m. CT November 29, 2021. Applications will only be accepted online through the Kelly Registration System (KRS). You can access the applications here:




2021 HEMP LICENSE HOLDERS WITH CONTACT INFORMATION:
List of Licensed Growers 
List of Licensed Processors/Handlers 

DISCLAIMER: This website, and the information contained within, is provided for general informational purposes only. The listed licensees are some of the current Alabama Growers and Processor/Handlers in the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries’ (ADAI) Hemp Program. The information in this link was provided by the licensee with express intent for public disclosure. ADAI does not warrant, endorse, guarantee, or assume responsibility for the accuracy or reliability of any information or services offered by licensees linked through this website, site pages or any other feature. The licensees are not obligated to accept orders or new customers. Any contract or transaction is solely between license holders. ADAI recommends that any licensee carefully read and fully understand the terms of agreement with any processor before signing a contract.

Reporting Theft or Vandalism to Hemp Crop

Report theft or vandalism to local law enforcement as soon as you discover the incident.  If further assistance is needed, contact the Agriculture & Rural Crimes Unit (ARCU) of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) at 1-855-75-CRIME (27463).

Click here to view the ALEA ARCU Division Map.

 You are required to notify ADAI of any theft of hemp within three (3) calendar days of any theft or vandalism of your hemp.  You must also notify ADAI of any interaction with a representative of a law enforcement agency immediately by phone (334-240-3713) and follow up in writing (ALHemp@agi.alabama.gov) within three (3) calendar days.