US (MA): Seeds and clippings can now be sold across state

The sale of cannabis seeds and plant clippings has been legal in Massachusetts since Tuesday, and by Thursday, they were sold out at Yamba Market in Cambridge. The company is now managing a wait list.

Although Yamba Market's initial inventory was small, the quick selling may indicate a consumer demand to "do it yourself."

"There's a lot of demand for clones, plants, seeds, because it allows people to grow at home and it's the most affordable way to have your own medicine, to have your own bud," said Sieh Samura, CEO at Yamba Market.

The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission gave the green light to the sale of cannabis seeds and clones (also known as clippings) on May 2. They permit licensed retailers, delivery operators and medical treatment centers to make this kind of sale.


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