Fargo-based company eyes ND hemp production

Quality Agricultural Products announced Monday a goal of building an indoor facility to grow industrial hemp that could also produce medical cannabis if it becomes legal in North Dakota. The complex would employ 20 to 25 people, the company said.

The question of where the plant will be built is being studied and additional investors are being sought, said Will Wiebolt, QAP president. David Holand is vice president of the company.

“We are confident that the talent and resources we will need to build the facility are here,” said Wiebolt, who…

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