MjLink Cannabis Business News and Press
Since launching an adult-use program in early February, Missouri has put $350 million of cannabis sales in the books.
Vickles shares his background in the cannabis space and how he got to present day, as well as his favorite cultivation tools and advice for other growers.
Why an LED retrofit to maximize yields and lower operating costs is crucial in a challenging market.
New York Governor Signs Legislation to Crack Down on Illicit Cannabis Market as Part of State Budget
The Office of Cannabis Management can now seize product and seek injunctions to close illicit shops, and the Department of Taxation and Finance can issue fines of up to $20,000 per day.
Wiseman shares what it takes to successfully operate a retail business, from site selection and securing funding to community engagement and hiring.
How Massachusetts-based Root & Bloom’s state-of-the-art cannabis cultivation facility helps the team maximize quality in a competitive market.
The three states planted 8,400 acres of hemp, accounting for roughly 30% of the national total.
The social equity cannabis company will start operations May 25.
Earlier this year, Shemia Fagan had worked for two months as a paid consultant to Veriede Holding LLC—an affiliate of La Mota.
Bipartisan Legislation Reintroduced in Congress to Ensure Cannabis Businesses Have Access to Insurance Coverage
The CLAIM Act would allow state-legal cannabis operators to access worker’s compensation, property, casualty and title insurance.
High taxes, oversupply, price compression and a still-thriving illicit market have created tough economic conditions for licensed cannabis companies. Here are six ways Ontario-based GreenSeal has been able to adapt.
Indest, technical director of agronomy and plant improvement for Curaleaf in New Orleans, shares his journey into the cannabis space, his favorite cultivation techniques, and advice for other growers.
Area experts consider how adult-use legalization could expand the customer base and provide new opportunities for education.
The state’s Cannabis Control Commission is now regulating seeds and clones as product offerings for consumers and patients.
The company’s executive chairman provided a timeline for the bill during an earnings call but said he’s not “predicting anything in Washington.”
Burrola, POSIBL's CEO, shares the cultivation habits behind the company's mixed light greenhouse operation in Salinas, Calif.
Atlas Announces Closing of Acquisition of GreenSeal, Increasing Export Capacity and Strengthening Its Integrated Value Chain
The acquisition broadens Atlas Global’s capabilities with an innovative nursery and genetic selection program, enabling a differentiated pipeline of unique cultivars.
The value of industrial hemp totaled $238 million in 2022, down 71% from $824 million in 2021.
State of California Funds $2.7 Million for Pioneering Research of Legacy Cannabis Genetics and Culture
The grant will support a two-year study that will identify, document, and help to preserve the history, value and diversity of California's legacy cannabis genetics and the communities that steward them.
The company’s dispensary opening in Macon comes eight years after the state’s medical cannabis legalization bill was signed into law.