Moonshine Haze brings to mind Colorado and prohibition history. A sativa hybrid bred by Rare Dankness, it’s a source of energy and focus.
Our guests on The Cannabist Show this week: Marijuana attorney Sean McAllister and Organic Cannabis Association board member Ben Gelt. [podcast] TOP MARIJUANA NEWS From a Sept. 1 report by The Denver Post’s David Migoya and Ricardo Baca: Denver health officials Tuesday began inspecting and quarantining hundreds of marijuana products…
Our guests on The Cannabist Show this week: Marijuana attorney Sean McAllister and Organic Cannabis Association board member Ben Gelt.
Denver health officials Wednesday lifted a day-old order to hold hundreds of marijuana-infused lozenges and raw marijuana from two businesses after lab tests showed no trace of an unapproved pesticide listed among their ingredients.
Denver health officials Tuesday began inspecting and quarantining hundreds of marijuana products because their labels listed pesticides not approved for use on cannabis.
Authorities announced Wednesday that that officers have eradicated 3,900 illegal marijuana plants from a grow in Pike National Forest. The grow site was cleared from the Green Mountain area in Jefferson County.
Jefferson County staff will begin to draft ordinances to allow marijuana testing facilities, but ban all other aspects of the retail marijuana industry, including sales, manufacturing and cultivation facilities.
As legal marijuana moves from basements and backwoods to warehouses and commercial fields, the mold and spider mites that once ruined only a few plants at a time can now quickly create a multimillion-dollar crisis for growers. Some are turning to industrial-strength chemicals, raising concerns about safety.
The first medical marijuana dispensary in Massachusetts is scheduled to open nearly three years after voters overwhelmingly approved marijuana for medicinal use.
Sixteen months after Colorado launched legal recreational marijuana sales, the center of the burgeoning industry in Denver is asking to extend shops’ evening closing hours and revisit the outright ban on public consumption.
A Colorado proposal to require safety testing for medical marijuana, same as recreational pot, won unanimous approval Wednesday on its first test in the state Legislature.
Owners of Colorado marijuana businesses can expect inspections to happen in the state’s regulated market, and Denver Relief co-owner Ean Seeb talks with Cannabist editor Ricardo Baca about the recent crackdown and surprise inspections over improper use of pesticides.
A lawsuit filed Wednesday takes aim at a fresh Denver ordinance that could shut down dozens of unlicensed nonresidential marijuana-growing collectives by limiting them to growing 36 plants.
The city of Denver has ordered a hold on some marijuana plants from six grow facilities after the discovery that pesticides may have been improperly used.
The city of Denver proposed a new amendment to limit unlicensed, non-residential marijuana cultivations to 36 plants. Officials behind the plan say the measure would make for safer conditions, more clear law enforcement options and fewer opportunities for untracked pot to escape into the black or gray markets.
Utah is considering a bill that would allow patients with certain debilitating conditions to be treated with edible forms of marijuana. If the bill passes, the state’s wildlife may “cultivate a taste” for the plant, lose their fear of humans, and basically be high all the time. That’s according to testimony presented to a Utah Senate panel (time stamp 58:00) last week by an agent of the Drug Enforcement Administration who specifically mentioned stoned rabbits.
It’s unlikely anyone would accuse Jefferson County commissioners of rushing when it comes to deciding a marijuana policy, but one issue could be settled soon. They are considering allowing marijuana testing facilities despite a ban on recreational sales outside of local municipalities that allow it.
Colorado marijuana testing company CannLabs is expanding out of state again. The company’s future lab in Nevada’s ever-growing medical cannabis sector will be CannLabs’ biggest location yet.
Federal biologists say the marijuana industry in the Emerald Triangle of Northern California and southern Oregon is a key threat to salmon in danger of extinction.
Boulder’s Onno Textiles is a response to the global toll from traditional cotton farming and makes sturdy hemp t-shirts in a blend with organic cotton.
There was uncertainty about weed for sale in Colorado. Now that we’re six months in to legal marijuana, here’s what we’ve learned.
A new laboratory has opened in a building that once analyzed hops for beer-makers, but the green matter going under the microscope now is hop’s more notorious cousin, marijuana.
Every year for the past three years, High Times has held Cannabis Cups in both the U.S. and the Netherlands. We’ve been to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, Detroit and Amsterdam. Next year, we may add even more.
Some drought-stricken rivers and streams in Northern California’s coastal forests are being polluted and sucked dry by water-guzzling medical marijuana farms, wildlife officials say — an issue that has spurred at least one county to try to outlaw personal grows.
State-licensed marijuana testing labs can no longer test for individuals. That leaves curious consumers, hemp growers and anyone who makes their own oils, edibles and tinctures with little recourse.