Louisiana’s largest medical cannabis producer is adding a new growing operation in a Ruston warehouse to prepare for the expansion of cannabis products in January.
Good Day Farm, the medical cannabis grower licensed by Louisiana State University, expects to begin moving plants from Baton Rouge into the warehouse this month after the facility gets the green light from regulators, Good Day Farm President John Davis told The News-Star.
“It’s an exciting expansion, especially because it will create new jobs and place what has been an empty building back into commerce,” Davis said.
The company is positioning itself to meet an expected growing demand for medical cannabis in January, when a new law allows the program to sell raw, smokable cannabis to patients, which is expected to be a more affordable option than the tinctures, edible gummies, and other products currently available.
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