With Ohio’s cultivation application period having closed at the end of June, the state has made quick turnaround time to release information on cultivation applicants.
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You’ve found a strain that you love and it’s available at your local dispensary, but do you know under what conditions it was grown or how it was handled when infused into your favorite edible? Maybe the budtender guarantees you’ve selected a quality product, but you may soon be empowered beyond blind trust as the next level of universal standards are on the horizon.
The lawn-and-garden company Scotts Miracle-Gro has spent more than $200 million on all things related to hydroponics in hopes of making money from the growing legal marijuana sector, according to the Columbus Dispatch. Scotts Miracle-Gro plans to hold its next board of directors meeting in Colorado, where marijuana was legalized for adult use in 2014.
On Nov. 3, 2015, Ohio voters will have the opportunity to amend the Ohio Constitution to legalize medical and adult recreational use of marijuana in the state. But even if Issue 3 passes, the future of legal marijuana is far from certain in Ohio.
JOHNSTOWN, Ohio — Andy Joseph didn’t seek the marijuana industry — it found him.
If you are sincerely interested in entering the legal marijuana industry, Marijuana Investor Summit is where the best of the best will be building a network of priceless connections.
Marijuana is proving to be contemporary culture’s most exciting frontier market. With a growing number of opportunities to enter the legal marijuana industry, the best minds have been seeking a vehicle to drive innovation and investment education.
Apeks LLC is starting construction on a sorely needed new factory about four months later than it planned.
Apeks Supercritical builds fully automated subcritical and supercritical botanical oil extraction systems that use liquid CO2 as a solvent. CO2 is a clean, inert, nontoxic solvent, and it is nonflammable. Systems are built to extract any botanical material, but 90 percent of Apeks’ business comes from the cannabis industry.