Marijuana Cultivation News

Washington state regulators consider revamping marijuana rules

Washington cannabis regulators are proposing a wide-ranging overhaul of the state’s industry rules, which, if approved, could have a big impact on the way MJ business is conducted there. Proposals include: Boosting minority ownership of cannabis businesses. Paving the way for home deliveries of medical cannabis. Allowing the smallest growers to increase the size of […]

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New Mexico limits medical cannabis growers to 1,750 plants

Regulators in New Mexico will cap licensed medical marijuana cultivators to 1,750 mature cannabis plants starting next week, a 30% drop from the 2,500 plants allowed under an expiring emergency state rule. Some cultivators such as Ultra Health, the largest MMJ operator in the state, said the plant limit will exacerbate a medical marijuana shortage […]

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Cultivators, MJ executives say Eastern US marijuana prices remain strong as industry grows steadily

Up and down the Eastern United States, cannabis growers and business owners are reporting healthy prices for pounds of marijuana, both medical and recreational. Prices range from $2,000 a pound for flower all the way up to $4,200, depending on the state. But cultivators are still facing regulatory hurdles and the growing pains of keeping […]

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Wholesale marijuana prices on upswing in more mature recreational markets, reports indicate

Wholesale cannabis prices appear on the rise in longstanding adult-use cannabis markets Colorado, Oregon and Washington state, according to two recent reports and insight from growers. The upward-trending prices seem to be increasing because of: Stronger demand and weaker supply beyond the typical summer economic dynamics. More growers going out of business. Farmers pivoting to […]

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What medical cannabis firms might learn from Harvest’s compliance conundrums

Harvest Health & Recreation is in high-stakes clashes with medical marijuana regulators in Pennsylvania and Ohio, and the disputes could potentially offer other MMJ firms cautionary lessons around the necessity to maintain extremely pristine regulatory compliance in state-legal markets. At stake for Harvest are more than a dozen dispensary, processing and cultivation licenses in the […]

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Massachusetts marijuana company M3 Ventures fined $50K for pesticide use

M3 Ventures, a marijuana company in Massachusetts, was hit with a $50,000 fine by state regulators for using prohibited pesticides at its cultivation facility and lying about it. M3 Ventures, which does business as Triple M, is both a marijuana retailer and cultivator. The company was first forced to quarantine products by the state late […]

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Second medical marijuana crop planted in Louisiana

Southern University’s medical cannabis grower planted its first marijuana seeds, marking the second MMJ crop planted in the state. The two crops represent an important step in allowing the fledgling MMJ industry to take root in the state. Officials of the Baton Rouge university said seeds were planted this week by Ilera Holistic Healthcare. The […]

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