As with the rest of California, tensions over the illicit market are front and center in Santa Barbara County. Last week law enforcement officials in the coastal county seized enough untracked product that it took four days to gather it.
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All vaporizer cartridges are to display tCalifornia's version of the industry’s universal symbol, under new state regulations.
Packaging that was compliant under the emergency rules, but isn’t compliant under permanent regulations, must be shipped to a licensed distributor before Monday.
Just when coastal California looks like an uninterrupted stretch of Mary Jane acceptance, a community once known as East San Diego is demanding a billboard advertising ban.
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Listeners to our podcast episode on Farmersville's effort to open a dispensary know that REC in the Central Valley county of Tulare - famously home to Dorethea Lange's early 20th-century migrant photography -- has been a tough nut for legalization activists to crack.
As of this week though, there's movement in our cradle of agriculture.
“They insist on boiling the frog backwards,” Anthony said. “Their fucking idea of how to boil a frog is to get the water boiling, fling that poor little bastard in there, and tell him that it’s OK because you’ll turn the heat down in a couple of years.”
The immense and speedy growth of the industry has made big data and artificial intelligence invaluable. We all know that our vast sums of collected info allow our farmers to optimize for weather changes and variables some of us get that data can help change a strain.
But how many among us get how deeply the two technologies "allow businesses to make informed decisions, track trends and target the right markets" "provide real-time market insight," and "ways to use technology to improve the ability to move product across the nation"?
At the start of 2018 reports emerged of a dispensary practice called "slotting." Today slotting is on the rise.
For better or worse, California graduates the most athletes into big-time American football. So, it's there's little suprise that our state is well represented among the NFL's rarest strain, the openly-weeded former player.
As we pointed out last week, weed-related property doings are afoot in L.Angeles, a city as in love with marijuana as it is real estate spectacle. This year locals are getting a tast of how delicious this Reese's Coupling might be.
The last half of 2019 is expected to see LA house a temporary cannabis museum, as well as another breakthrough home, this one a lux crib tricked out for optimal enjoyment of The Plant.
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