The Growing Influence of Certified Organic in the European Cannabis Industry

There is a strange, if yet so far undetected, regulatory hum in the air right now in Europe that will begin to increasingly occupy those who are in the certified industry here or looking to get in. And no, it’s not imminent “recreational,” although it will also have vast impact on the same. A little […]

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Top 3 Ways Cultivation Methods Must Change with Regulations

There are obvious upsides and downsides to cannabis regulation. Gone are the days when it was a free for all, for outlaws growing in California’s hills, under the limited protections California’s medical cannabis laws provided. While there is no longer the threat of arrest and incarceration, for the most part, there are also a lot […]

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USDA Announces Risk Management Programs for Hemp

According to a press release published earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced two new programs available for hemp growers to mitigate their risk. The first is called Multi-Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI), which is a pilot hemp insurance program designed to cover against “loss of yield because of insurable causes of loss […]

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Dank Until Gone Dark: The State of Corporate Insolvency for Cannabis Businesses

Two thirds of all states and the District of Columbia have, to varying degrees, legalized cannabis. With the recent addition of Illinois, eleven states now allow adult recreational use. But cannabis entrepreneurs’ rush of excitement and dreams of cashing in is met with fierce competition and economic risks that makes the dreams, which look so […]

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Cannabis Cafés and Smoking Weed at Festivals: The Province Wants Your Feedback

Ontario consulting public on cannabis consumption establishments and special events permits. You can legally buy cannabis products now, but there is still no equivalent of a bar licenced for alcohol consumption at which the public can smoke or consume cannabis. The province announced this week it is opening public consultations to help decide the question […]

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15 Months After Legalization, 2.8 Million Ontarians Live in Places Where Cannabis Retail is Illegal

About a fifth of Ontario’s population — 2.8 million people — live in places where selling cannabis is illegal. For over a year, almost no Ontario community had cannabis retail whether it wanted any or not and stores opened slowly compared to most other provinces. But as Ontario seeks to quickly expand its cannabis store […]

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European Cannabis is the Emerging Market to Attract North American Investment

Europe continues to be the new frontier of medical and wellness developments in the cannabis industry, with various sources predicting that Europe will become the world’s largest legal cannabis market over the next 5 years. Key related statistics, include: A population of over 740 million (over double US and Canada combined) Total cannabis market estimated […]

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German Medical Cannabis Imports Doubled in 2019. So What?

Germany, for all of the other developments going on right now (globally) is still chugging forward, in integrating medical cannabis. It is slow going – but certainly going. In terms of overall numbers, there is certainly an interesting story to tell. The import of medical cannabis grade flowers also more than doubled last year over […]

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Nepal’s Parliament Debates Legalizing Cannabis

Nepal’s parliament is debating cannabis reform. Even more interestingly, they are also considering cultivation as a way of curbing the harm done to the local population by the importation of distilled spirits. Namely, proceed with cultivation of cannabis and ban imported alcohol. This is also the first time this specific discussion – alcohol vs. cannabis […]

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