(Salem, OR) -- Officials say an inspection of hemp farms in Oregon over the summer found 58-percent were growing plants that had too much THC. There were 212 samples taken and some had as much as 33-percent THC. Inspectors also found illegal use of irrigation water, unfit working conditions, and animal abuse. Those instances were reported to other agencies for investigation. The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission is recommending to the Governor and the Legislature that no new hemp licenses be issued until 2024.