In Rijsenhout, a grower wants to set up a cannabis cultivation facility. To the displeasure of local residents who fear crime, among other things, NH News reports. A neighbor who grows pot plants fears the plans because his greenhouses would have less daylight if an eight-meter-high cultivation facility is actually built. The cannabis grower wants to use artificial light and make the greenhouse completely daylight-proof.

The cannabis entrepreneur says he is in talks with the surrounding area. An information evening also took place in May. The entrepreneur shows NH News he is willing to listen to the neighborhood. As a result, even growing in the current greenhouse complex, which was used for ornamental cultivation, would be among the options. Then there would be no need for demolition and piling.

The entrepreneur with cannabis cultivation plans in Rijsenhout is one of the 10 participants in the Closed Coffeeshop Chain Experiment. "We never thought we would get through," he says. The growers hope to start growing and delivering next summer.

In hindsight, the grower acknowledges that informing the neighborhood (even) earlier would have been good to avoid unrest. As the plans were nowhere near "concrete enough," the grower decided to postpone informing the general neighborhood.

Read the whole story from NH News here (NL).