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Were Vikings Growing Cannabis in Newfoundland 1,000 Years Ago?

Probably not, as it turns out.

Health Canada Falls Behind on Licensing Micro Cultivators

Health Canada has issued only two licenses for micro cultivators to date.

‘Come and Get Us,’ UK Cannabis Growers Tell Police in Protest

As part of a nationwide protest, UK patients who grow their own medical cannabis are identifying themselves to authorities in an effort to force policy reform.

This One Chart Captures California’s Cannabis Supply Crunch

April has turned into one nail-biter of a month for California’s legal cannabis industry.

Maryland’s First Medical Cannabis Grower Fined for Banned Pesticides

The first company to be licensed as a medical marijuana grower in Maryland has been fined for using banned crop-protection pesticides.

Plug & Play Grow Opps Make Cannabis Cultivation Easy for Canadians

Grow opp cupboards and condo solutions coming soon for recreational growers.

Judge Rules in Favor of California Cannabis Home Growers

Fontana, CA. homegrowers don't need a background check, home inspections, or high fees.

How Canada’s West Coast Became World Renowned for Cannabis Cultivation

The story behind BC Bud.

Cultivating the Future of Craft Cannabis in Canada

Ensuring small scale cultivators don't get left behind.

Supply Shortages Plague Canada’s New Cannabis Marketplace

Legal cannabis is still scarce.

Calaveras Cannabis Farmers File Class Action Lawsuit Over Cultivation Ban

Spurned farmers are demanding a refund of millions of dollars in taxes and fees—a sum that could cripple the county's budget.

California Marijuana and Wildfire: Here’s the Latest

More than 600,000 acres of the Golden State scorched. Cultivation heartlands under smoky siege.

Judge Dismisses Felony Charges in Detroit Cultivation Case

Amid legal confusion and assertions of racial prejudice, a judge dismissed charges against cannabis employees whose cultivation facility was raided in May.

The Curious Case of the Cannabis Aphid

The first confirmed sighting of the cannabis aphid in North America was in 2016. Since then, the hungry bug has spread rapidly across the continent.

After Long Delays, Los Angeles Moves to License Growers

LA's cannabis market was once expected to be a model for the rest of the state but has developed more slowly than San Diego, Oakland, and other major cities.

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