Monday, April 12, 2021


NZ: Harvest begins at one of New Zealand's largest medical cannabis crop

Tens of thousands of cannabis plants are being picked over the coming weeks, as harvest begins at one of New Zealand's largest commercial medical cannabis crops. The plants are being grown at Kēkerengū on the Kaikōura coast by medical cannabis company, Puro. Puro planted the 10-hectare crop of medical…

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GreenTech to take place again in September 2021

It will be a bit later than the previously announced dates in June, but coming September the suits can go back to the dry cleaners and it will really be time to say goodbye to your corona-hair. Then all growers, suppliers, investors and other stakeholders are welcome again at GreenTech. Physically in…

CAN (QC): Rose LifeScience president discusses the launch of Québec’s one of the first cannabis micro-producers

ROSE LifeScience is one of the first micro-producers of cannabis to emerge in the Quebec market. And now, the company has put local products on SQDC shelves as a part of their new initiative - DLYS. DLYS by ROSE LifeScience is a brand collective whose mission is to unite Québec's regional micro-producers…

Malawi issues 86 licenses for cannabis production

Malawi’s Cannabis Regulatory Authority said on Friday they had issued 86 licenses to 35 companies and cooperatives to venture into cannabis cultivation for industrial hemp production. Boniface Kadzamila the Board Chairman of Cannabis Regulatory Authority made the announcement from Lilongwe on Friday…

US (OR): Cannabis license violations changes reflect industry maturation, OLCC regulatory evolution

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has taken additional action to ensure that recreational cannabis license violations better reflect the current cannabis regulatory environment compared to regulations put in place five years ago when the cannabis industry launched in Oregon. At its regular monthly…

US (MI): Judge freezes Detroit cannabis business application process

A federal judge on Wednesday halted the city of Detroit from processing recreational cannabis business applications. U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman issued a temporary restraining order in a lawsuit that challenges a local ordinance that gives licensing preference to longtime city residents.  In the Wayne…

Irish start-up raises funds to get farmers to grow hemp using drones

An Irish start-up has just raised $5.3 million (€4.5 million) in financing to provide loans to farmers in Ireland and across the world to encourage them to grow hemp for use in cannabidiol (CBD) products. Co Meath-based Greenheart CBD, which was founded by Paul Walsh and Mark Canavan two years ago, uses…

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