Cultivation

Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board First Year Canopy Survey with Surprising Results

Surprising, at least to us, almost 1/3 of the licensees had no canopy, meaning no square footage in live plant production.

Another surprise, the survey team consistently observed less active canopy than what was licensed.

The reason?

Washington State licensees said:

  1. It is expensive to develop canopy space,

  2. Market prices for cannabis have been consistently declining,

  3. Access to capital investment is problematic, and

  4. The traceability transition has been difficult.

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Tier 1 – Less than two thousand square feet; Tier 2 – Two thousand square feet up to ten thousand square feet;  Tier 3 – Ten thousand square feet up to thirty thousand square feet.

Tier 1 – Less than two thousand square feet;
Tier 2 – Two thousand square feet up to ten thousand square feet;
Tier 3 – Ten thousand square feet up to thirty thousand square feet.

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California: Regulator Announces December 1st Application Deadline for Temporary #Cannabis Cultivation Licenses

On January 1, 2019, California regulators will no longer be able to issue a temporary cultivation license. The CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing division informed temporary license seekers that, in order to obtain a license, applications should be submitted by December 1, 2018. The division stressed that, given the large number of applications, those submitted after December 1st may not be processed in time for the final cutoff. Cultivators that currently hold a temporary license must also submit the annual application and fees by December 31, 2019. The division will use the applications to determine who qualifies for a provisional license in 2019.