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Lighting the Way Through Cultivation: A Q&A With David Hawley

Coming out of the dark days of prohibition, cannabis cultivation is in need of some enlightenment.

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The French Dispatch: A European Perspective on Hemp Regulation

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.

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Health Canada Grants Adastra Labs Its Cannabis Processing Licence

The three-year license authorizes Adastra to conduct cannabis processing activities at the company’s newly renovated facility in British Columbia, Canada.

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AOAC Opens Call for Cannabis Edible Testing Methods

If approved, the technique could become an official AOAC reference method for cannabinoid quantification.

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California Has Raised $1 Billion in Cannabis Tax

In the two years since legalizing recreational use, $1.03 billion has been raised from the state’s cannabis excise, cultivation, and business taxes.

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Are Biocontrol Solutions a Useful Tool for Cannabis Cultivators?

By avoiding the use of pesticides, some experts say, farmers may find their crops grow more vigorously.

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Less Than a Third of UK Consumers Are Confident in CBD Labelling, Poll Finds

But, in a positive sign for the industry’s oversight, 74 percent of respondents said they supported recently announced regulatory measures.

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How Will Coronavirus Affect the Cannabis Industry?

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.

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Why Was the UN’s Vote on Rescheduling Cannabis Delayed?

Considering the deep divisions between governments over rescheduling cannabis, a forced vote may actually have led to a negative result.

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