Lose yourself in this Minnesota farmer's massive cannabis maze to learn about hemp

Minnesota hemp farmer Ted Galaty created a two-acre maze of cannabis plants to educate the public about industrial uses of the plant which lacks psychoactive properties but has myriad commercial uses from textiles to cosmetics, paper, plastics, and biofuel.

"Industrial hemp is usually grown for its food, its fiber or it's grown for the medicinal side of it, not to get people high," Galaty told CBS Minnesota.

As the old saying goes, you've got to separate the rope from the dope.

Hemp Maze Minnesota