The fall harvest season in Michigan typically means apples, pumpkins, and other gourds, and maybe some wild mushrooms, but the newest fall crop around the state is cannabis.
Since the legalization of cannabis, a total of 332 grower licenses have been issued in Michigan – 253 for medical cannabis and 79 for recreational, according to a report from the Grown In Cannabis Industry Newsletter.
Cannabis growers usually begin harvesting their crop in early to mid-October, and some areas of the state are seeing a robust crop this season.
Attitude Wellness/Lume Cannabis Company, led by Douglas Hellyar, is one of the largest growers with five grow licenses, an indoor cultivation facility, and a recently established outdoor grow farm.
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