Michigan Farmers Harvest First Hemp Crop Since WWII

Michigan Farmers Harvest First Hemp Crop Since WWII

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Charlie Weber may have thrown in the towel on the hemp crop had he been a quitter. He has started harvesting this crop on the eastside of downtown Warsaw. Some crops were washed out due to the chilly and rainy spring that ensued. Many farmers also saw it best to delay planting within the Midwest. This also applies to the farmers who wanted to go into the planting of legal hemp for their first time. This was the first time this was being done since its cultivation back during the Second World War. Back then, hemp was used in the production of lots of items from rope to parachute chords.    The decentralization of hemp in the 2018 Farm Bill saw permits been acquired for the growing of hemp on thousands…
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What Does the Future of Vaping Look Like?

What Does the Future of Vaping Look Like?

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E-cigarettes are the newest innovation in the world of smoking and they’re taking the world by storm. They’re a modern take on an old practice, instead of burning tobacco e-liquids are vaporised through a heated coil. Unlike they’re old school counterparts, e-cigarettes come in a variety of flavours and many different stylish, sleek designs. New flavours and designs are being created all the time as the e-cig market rapidly grows; this is a big change from traditional cigarettes which have remained essentially the same for decades. E-cigs are an exciting change for a previously stagnant market, an accessible alternative to cigarettes that have been the spark for a thriving new community, the creation of thousands of jobs and a change in the way that people consume nicotine. So what does…
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No Smoking Allowed – how companies like Canopy Growth Corporation (CGC), Sproutly Canada, Inc. (SRUTF), and West Coast Venture Group (WCVC) aim to bring cannabis edibles into mainstream

No Smoking Allowed – how companies like Canopy Growth Corporation (CGC), Sproutly Canada, Inc. (SRUTF), and West Coast Venture Group (WCVC) aim to bring cannabis edibles into mainstream

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It has been more than half a year since Canadians can legally enjoy both recreational and medical cannabis products. So far edibles have been left on the prohibited substances list, but according to the government, this shouldn't last longer than until October 17th, 2019. With the Canadian legalization of cannabis edibles on the horizon, and the U.S. planning a nation-wide lift of marijuana ban, numerous enterprises develop their operations to leverage the opportunities of the new market. Let the canopy grow Canopy Growth Corporation (CGC) is a true behemoth in the cannabis industry. With a market cap of $16.5 billion, Canopy outpaces its closest competitor by nearly 80%. With growing capacity getting close to 500 tons per year and gross sales composing about 3/4 of total legal cannabis-related revenue in…
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The Future Looks Green

The Future Looks Green

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The future looks green. The cannabis industry is already worth billions and analysts are expecting it to be a $57bn market within the next decade. Governments across the western world are slowly legalising both medical and recreational cannabis and this is creating ready-made markets made up of millions of users just waiting to be sold to! This demand has sparked a Wall Street led ‘green rush’ as investors begin their search for the companies that have the potential to make them millions of dollars over the next decade. The number of cannabis companies that have received investment from venture capital is too long to list here but Below we list three companies that we expect will be a household name and listed on a major stock exchange within the next…
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Dispensaries in Ohio That Have Received Operational Licenses to Date

Dispensaries in Ohio That Have Received Operational Licenses to Date

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Although the possession and use of marijuana is illegal in the United States under federal law, many states are now decriminalising the plant for medical and recreational use. The wave began in 2012 when Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize cannabis for recreational use. Ever since, other states have joined the train in legalizing weed, bringing the current number to 10 states plus D.C. In June 2016, cannabis became legal in Ohio for medical use after Governor John Kasich signed the House Bill into law. Almost three years after the partial legalization, medical marijuana sales have finally started on Wednesday, January 16, eradicating the era where Ohioans have to wait for relief. However, the current number of dispensaries opened for business in Ohio is a far cry…
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