ELKHART — After a nearly 50-year hiatus, crops of hemp are ready for harvest in Elkhart County, but the jury’s still out on how successful Indiana’s newest crop will be for farmers.

“We’ve had a lot of issues, and a lot of things that were out of our control, but we learned a lot,” said Aaron Rink, a farmer in Millersburg.

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