Some of the lack of choice is rooted in a compromise made to get the recreational market up and running quickly.
“To drive a wide range of seed types for the home consumer is a very specific business model. It’s not transferable. When they’re growing these 30,000-square foot rooms, it’s not like they can take 100 square feet and dedicate it to seed production.”
We asked Anderson what she hopes this will look like in the future.
Few home growers seem to get seeds from legal retailers
Ross didn’t want to be fully identified because of concerns about theft and what he sees as an ongoing stigma around cannabis.
In Ross’s basement, two more plants, one Bubba Kush and one Blue Dream, grow under ultraviolet light in a reflective tent. Where did they come from, we ask? He hesitates.
Some growers buy from them; others find people who are giving away seeds or small plants called clones.
As well, he says, LPs may not be all that motivated to support home growers.
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The roots of marijuana from the Northern Lights is frequently questioned, with some people saying that the whimsical variety was first bred in Seattle. All in all, though the general opinion has been that in Holland the flower was originally spawned, produced a little after 1985 by the famous Sensi Marijuana Seed Bank.
Legalization of Recreational Marijuana
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Currently, Ontario has agreed to share the marijuana sales tax with communities to ensure the transition to legal commercial marijuana can be handled by city councils throughout the province. In order to protect and help our children, people, and neighborhoods, this is important in both the transition phase and the longer term. AMO and our representatives welcome the government’s pledge to all municipalities across Ontario with $40 million from the federal extra tax for the next 2 years.
A lot of Canadians are registered nationally for the production and the use of medicinal marijuana.And for Access to Cannabis for Medicinal Purposes Legislation (ACMPR), which took effect on 24th of August 2016, Canadians who choose to use medical marijuana must register.
Beneficiaries should have medical reports from a health-care provider verifying the diagnosis. Patients should not be guilty of an offence relating to marijuana and could only be enrolled once.