Santa Barbara County Supervisors are bracing for a marathon meeting on Tuesday.
They expect a cannabis agenda to take more than six hours due to public comments.
The agenda includes amendments to county codes. They will discuss a cap on unincorporated cannabis cultivation and an increase in fees.
Glass House Farms grower Graham Farrar said he is confident growers have tackled the smell issue and believes they are on the right side of the issue.
"When Carpinteria was growing 80 percent of the cut flowers people bragged about it as the cut flower capital of the world, now that it might grow 20 percent of cannabis in Santa Barbara, if you are ashamed of that, it is because there is a stigma around cannabis, and our society has decided that regulation is better than prohibition," Farrar said.
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