The Drug Enforcement Administration has issued a notice of proposed rulemaking to amend its regulations in an effort to approve pending applications for licenses that allow entities to grow cannabis for research purposes.
The global hydroponics nutrient manufacturer has joined the battle against COVID-19 with several initiatives aimed at aiding the community, local government and national health organizations.
In a recent earnings call, Charlotte’s Web executives discussed headwinds in sales from regulatory uncertainty, the recent Abacus acquisition and how the coronavirus will impact business.
The Agnetix team expands with the addition of a deep learning and AI expert to drive innovation in horticulture.
Canadian cannabis companies implement work-from-home protocols as an already tough capital market tightens up even more.
All stores remain open in Pennsylvania and Illinois, and the company is prioritizing its medical patients and customers most susceptible to COVID-19.
Aloha Green Apothecary, CannaCraft and Keirton (Twister Trimmer) have found themselves uniquely positioned to fill the supply void.
The Bay State orders stop to all new non-medical cannabis cultivation activity.
The UVC light system fits into Vertical Air’s air mixture chamber to reduce instances of powdery mildew and other pathogens.
A new law took effect March 25 that expands how patients can access the state’s medical cannabis program.