At least two of Maryland’s 15 licensed medical marijuana producers have started growing their plants, giving some badly needed good news to the state’s embattled MMJ program.
ForwardGro has been posting photos of its plants on Instagram, and Curio Wellness has also planted seeds, The Washington Post reported.
That news comes a week after MMJ regulators approving licenses for three more cultivators, two processors and one testing lab.
Curio plans to have MMJ products like tinctures available by mid-December, CEO Michael Bronfein told the newspaper. ForwardGro executives declined to say when they would be able
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