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US (NM): State doubles plant limits for cannabis growers

With fewer than three months until all adult New Mexicans can legally buy cannabis, the state has raised the limit on the number of plants producers can grow.

“We have been listening to producers, consumers, and patients who are as committed as the Cannabis Control Division is to supporting a thriving cannabis industry in New Mexico,” wrote Kristen Thomson, the director of the Cannabis Control Division, in a news release. “Doubling the plant count for licensed producers makes sense to ensure that everyone can maximize the benefits of a thriving cannabis industry.”

"Unfortunately, this increase may be too little, too late," wrote a spokeswoman for Ultra Health on Monday. "Sales to adults will commence in 74 days, and it takes twice as long, 5 months, for cannabis to be fully prepared from seed to sale. We are running on a deficit to support 130,000 patients today, so to think this new rule would somehow alter the biological processes required to grow cannabis is naive, at best."

“The state is capping the potential of the program," said Armando Rascón, the company's director of cultivation, in October. “Unfortunately, there will be a shortage."

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