Seed To Sale, Traceability: Bio Track & Leaf, The Retailers’ Experience In Washington State

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If you wish to re-publish this story please do so with following accreditation. Tracebility was and is the tracking of Cannabis and Cannabis-infused items and products from “see d to sale”, as directed to Washington and Colorado per the Cole Memo issued in August 2013.

Article: Track and Trace for Medical and Adult Use Marijuana Programs

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A preliminary draft rule related to the tracking and tracing of products in the Maine Medical Use of Marijuana Program is currently available for review on the Office of Marijuana Policy’s website: [link]. If you were not able to register for one of those trainings, you are not alone.

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Cannabis Sustainability: GACP and GMP

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If you wish to re-publish this story please do so with following accreditation. Mass industrial agriculture practices are debated hotly as significant contributors to climate change. Therefore, marijuana production is preternaturally and unequivocally contributing to climate change.

Cannabis Sustainability: Scope and Solutions

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If you wish to re-publish this story please do so with following accreditation. In fact, the annual celebrations, both dedicated to green living, seem to sync up more and more each year. ” Marijuana Sustainability Certifications to Look For. Sana Packaging.

MariMed Launches Hemp Engine™ Marketing Platform for CBD Distributors, Retailers and Consumers

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Proprietary system developed by the Hemp Engine development team and Sprout , the leading CRM provider to the cannabis industry and a MariMed strategic partner. Provides major benefits to both small and mass market retailers and their customers.

California Implements Cannabis Regulation

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If you wish to re-publish this story please do so with the following accreditation. We were prompted to write this Post by the publication of an article explaining some of the reasons California’s cannabis tax collections fell so far behind projections.