Coming out of the dark days of prohibition, cannabis cultivation is in need of some enlightenment.
A European pioneer in cannabis cultivation, France alone grows around 40 percent of the continent’s hemp. Yet the country’s strict regulations prohibit many of its products.
If approved, the technique could become an official AOAC reference method for cannabinoid quantification.
By avoiding the use of pesticides, some experts say, farmers may find their crops grow more vigorously.
But, in a positive sign for the industry’s oversight, 74 percent of respondents said they supported recently announced regulatory measures.
The global spread of COVID-19 is set to cause widespread disruption to businesses, education systems, and public events around the world – and the legal cannabis industry will be no exception.
Considering the deep divisions between governments over rescheduling cannabis, a forced vote may actually have led to a negative result.