Marijuana Cultivation News

Louisiana House advances medical cannabis inhaler bill

Louisiana’s medical marijuana patients could administer cannabis via inhaler if senators agree to a proposal that won overwhelming support from lawmakers in the state House, a development that could provide more sales opportunities for MMJ businesses. Rep. Ted James, a Baton Rouge Democrat who is sponsoring the bill, said it shouldn’t be seen as an […]

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Netherlands prepares legal recreational cannabis cultivation experiment

The Netherlands is laying the groundwork to become the first country in Europe to allow commercial production of adult-use marijuana – although initially the program would be considered an experiment. Under the Dutch plan, a limited number of companies would be allowed to legally grow marijuana to supply coffee shops in the country that would, […]

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Cannabis firm Cronos Group misses on revenue, reports wider Q1 loss

Toronto-based Cronos Group reported first-quarter results Thursday revealing the licensed marijuana company’s losses grew from a year ago as it missed revenue expectations. Cronos reported first-quarter revenue of 6.5 million Canadian dollars ($4.8 million) for the period ended March 31 – up 120% from the year-ago period, the company said in a news release. The […]

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Oregon marijuana company reaches agreement in suit with former partner

Oregrown, a vertically integrated cannabis company in Bend, Oregon, settled a dispute with former grower and business partner Justin Crawn. The company agreed to dismiss its lawsuit against Crawn, including all court fees and outstanding claims. The Bend Bulletin reports that the original suit filed by Oregrown in August sought $2.7 million in damages. Crawn […]

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Washington state cannabis retailers’ pesticide tests proving disruptive for processors

The practice of self-testing products for pesticides and other toxins by some Washington state marijuana retailers appears to be disrupting the market for cannabis producers and processors, particularly those working in the extraction space. Growers and manufacturers who have been exposed for selling unclean products have seen their revenues take a hit and scrambled to […]

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