Canadian cannabis giant Canopy Growth and a Nevada-based hemp producer are suing each other in rival federal cases over a bad crop and allegations of missed payments and misspent advances.

The cases center on Go Farm Hemp, a Henderson, Nevada-headquartered company that entered contracts to grow hemp in 2019 for Canopy Growth in Colorado, Kentucky, New York and North Carolina.

Go Farm Hemp started the legal action Tuesday, when it filed a $1.9 million federal suit in New York accusing Smiths Falls, Ontario-based Canopy of failing to pay some of the money it agreed to advance Go Farm Hemp for the crop.

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Canopy, US hemp grower head to court over dismal crop, missed payments