“Someday it will be as common as corn and beans."

Douglas County farmer Scott Thellman traveled three hours, despite forecasts of snow and sleet, to be at the meeting.

And, on a cold, late February morning, he wasn’t alone.

More than 300 others from all corners of Kansas and surrounding states gathered at the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson -- all with visions of a new source of green growing on their farms in the next year or two. 

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Amy Bickel ~ High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal ~