We are going to try and get licensed in Kansas for the 2019 grow season. As it is the first one there is no data that I can find to determine what would not only grow good but yield a decent return on investment in eastern Kansas. Below is the list provided by the state of their approved plants and the seeds used have to be certified. I am looking for some advice and would be happy to share the results of the harvest in the fall. Here is the link to the Kansas site for more information https://agriculture.ks.gov/divisions-programs/plant-protect-weed-control/industrial-hemp
Our farm is going with Oregon CBD. They have varieties that do very well in humid climates like West Tennessee. Their reputation as a breeder is very good from my research. Tennessee requires a transfer agreement to be filed with TN.GOV. They must inspect your seeds before releasing them to the grower to germinate.