Day: January 13, 2023

As all good cultivators know, the most crucial part of growing cannabis is twofold: choosing the right genetics and sourcing them from a reputable seed bank or breeder. Royal Queen Seeds, regarded as one of Europe’s leading cannabis seed banks, just launched a new range of F1 hybrid cannabis seeds—theContinue Reading

“We are working through our process and an announcement will be coming soon.” By Rebecca Rivas, Missouri Independent The constitutional amendment legalizing recreational marijuana in Missouri won voter approval in November but created a schism among social-justice activists over the question of racial and economic equity. Some believe the newContinue Reading

A federal agency released a report on Thursday that urges states that have legalized marijuana to include warning labels on cannabis products that caution against driving while impaired—noting that federal prohibition is a barrier to nationalizing such consumer education to mitigate public safety risks. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)Continue Reading

University of Illinois providing Cannabis workforce training Image Cannabis News January 13, 2023 SPRINGFIELD – Cannabis sales in the state of Illinois increased by 13% in FY2022. The University of Illinois Springfield partnered with Green Flower, a training platform for cannabis professionals. They offer four different certificate programs: healthcare &Continue Reading

Hawaii representative announces plan to legalize Pot in 2023 Image Cannabis News January 13, 2023 While some states on the mainland are enjoying recreational cannabis sales, Hawaii advocates and legislators are gearing up to tackle adult-use in their own state. On Jan. 11, members from Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), theContinue Reading

Minnesota adult-Use Legalization Bill Clears First Hurdle Image Cannabis News January 13, 2023 The sponsor of the Minnesota measure says there’s still a long road ahead. Democratic lawmakers in Minnesota have begun their push for marijuana legalization, with a bill clearing the first of many legislative hurdles this week. TheContinue Reading