Cannabis has the potential to be more than flower; topicals, cartridges, and edibles have taken the market by storm. With the choice to transform the cannabis plant into formulated products comes the decision of what solvent and process to use, so Thar Process has created this guide to help cannabis companies compare these processes and determine which is the best fit for them and their crop.
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A key to achieving three pounds of cannabis per light with Haupt’s method involves the technique he’s deemed “schwazzing.”Read More
In the evolving marijuana sector, inventory management and forecasting become increasingly challenging for cannabis retailers, product manufacturers.Read More
Maryland’s slow-to-start medical marijuana industry made up for lost time, zooming toward $100 million in first-year sales. Maryland brought in $95.4 million in dispensary sales between Dec. 1, 2017, and Nov. 30, 2018, averaging 21% monthly growth and peaking in November at $13.8 million. That total surpassed first-year MMJ sales in Illinois, Massachusetts and New […]Read More
Dozens of shuttered medical marijuana stores in Michigan face big sales losses, Oklahoma dispensaries could soon get MMJ customers from Arkansas, and a California government report nixes hopes that the state can find a solution for cannabis banking.Read More
On Jan. 10, California’s legal cannabis industry is expected to get even smaller. Medical marijuana collectives and cooperatives will become illegal without a state license that day, per guidance that the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) issued in January 2018. Cannabis industry experts have suggested the impact of the deadline has already made its mark on […]Read More
The year 2018 will go down as massive milestone for cannabis companies with $13.8 billion raised and more than 300 mergers and acquisitions inked across the industry, according to data from Viridian Capital Advisors.Read More
Marijuana professionals will have an abundance of business opportunities, questions and challenges on their radar in 2019. What follows is an overview of nine of the most important. 1. Is there potential for a federal legislative breakthrough? What is the probability of federal marijuana reform in 2019 given Washington DC gridlock and the likely focus […]Read More
2018 marked the historic legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada, the end of hemp prohibition in the United States and huge wins on Election Day for state-legal cannabis and medical marijuana initiatives across the U.S.Read More
Los Angeles picked Cat Packer in 2017 to oversee the city’s cannabis market, considered one of the world’s largest. Packer – the executive director of L.A.’s Department of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) – spoke with Marijuana Business Daily at the end of November about the city’s regulated market and expectations for 2019. Many businesses are concerned about […]Read More
When the U.S. marijuana industry was getting off the ground two decades ago, the business landscape consisted of mom-and-pop stores and amateur extractors.
In short, it was difficult to imagine chains or integrated multistate operations – especially with federal prohibition and the threat of legal interference hanging over entrepreneurs’ heads.Read More
2019 is shaping up to be a good year for New Mexico’s medical marijuana market, with action favorable to the industry expected from judges, legislators and a newly elected pro-cannabis governor. Developments to watch include: A judge’s ruling in November will allow companies to grow more cannabis than the previous limit of 450 plants per business, […]Read More