Thursday, April 22, 2021

Cannabusiness

Will New York’s Cannabis Law Create Sweeping Changes For Its Hemp Industry?

Gov. Cuomo signed into law the “Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act“ which includes provisions that may change how the state will regulate its hemp industry.

Why Cannabis Operators Expect Record 420 Despite Coronavirus Concerns

The high holy day of pot is almost here and ready to shake off the rust from last year.

Let Artisanal Marijuana Growers Replace Black Market With Home Grown

Let's create a category for small growers who would pay a small licensing fee and comply with reasonable standards for public health and safety.

US Cannabis Sales Projected To Hit $28 Billion In 2022

Vapor pens, edibles, and concentrates took (and will continue to take) more market share in the U.S. than in Canada across 2020, 2021, and 2022.

Buyer Beware — Product Fraud Is Alive And Well In The Cannabis Industry

It’s been pretty clear over the last couple of years that not everyone has been in the cannabis business to build a thriving new cash crop industry.

Cannabis Sales Expected To Hit $370M In Days Leading Up To 420

The top-selling product category on Tuesday, April 20, is expected to be flower, accounting for 49% of all legal sales.

Women Are Overwhelmingly The Main Buyers Of This Cannabis Product

Women and Gen-Xers seem to either want maximum effect or just a light buzz.

Etsy Meets Weed: How Cannabis Art Is Flourishing

Online marketplace The Artsy Leaf is helping cannabis-themed artists get recognition and revenue.

What Is Bioengineering Marijuana And Why Are People Doing It?

The bioengineering of weed has begun, but what are the benefits of messing with a great plant?

How New York Cannabis Legalization Prioritizes Equity

As the nation’s third largest economy and fourth most populous state, New York has the opportunity to set the gold standard for state cannabis industries.

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