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Sonoma County’s 2018 cannabis harvest small, but much better than last year

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Why is Big Sur’s weed legendary but still not legal?

Yet the fate of farmers in Big Sur — the birthplace of legendary “Big Sur Holy Weed” in the Golden State’s storied cannabis culture — remains more precarious than ever. As springtime approaches, ... read more

Cannabis Cultivating Re-Visited

Cannabis can be more healthy than some of the chemical medications to which people get addicted; it is better for one ... we will also quit after this year’s harvest because of the severe and ... read more

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Pot Stocks, ETFs, Top News And Data From The Cannabis Industry This Week

Last year, Benzinga reported on this same ad ... “The Galley plans to add to the Sonoma County experience by crafting exceptional cannabis products, as well as host cannabis tours and educational ... read more


Peace and Plenty Farm brings saffron growing to Lake County

Bringing the crop to Lake County are Melinda Price and Simon Avery, who have spent the last two years joining the local ... beds to help keep out the gophers. The fall 2018 harvest, their second, was ... read more

Top 10 Sonoma County business stories in 2018

Realtors said the housing market softened as the rush to buy homes after last year’s wildfires subsided and buyers became more discerning. 3. Tide going out for the local wine industry? The 2018 North ... read more

Annual Northern California cannabis harvest underway as pot economy transitions

“Harvest last year was disrupted ... which started as a small, clandestine harvest festival and has grown into the country’s only cannabis contest celebrating pot grown outside, one that draws more ... read more

Wine County fires devastate cannabis economy of Sonoma and Mendocino counties

California’s $21 billion cannabis economy is reeling from likely more than ... County. In conversations with wholesale cannabis buyers across the state, double-digit percentages of the annual outdoor ... read more

Yes, recreational cannabis is legal. No, cannabis festivals aren’t thriving

More than 10,000 people are expected to pack a small high desert baseball stadium ... But a state policy last year limited cannabis festivals to several dozen county fairgrounds, and required ... read more

California Fires Destroy Cannabis Crops At Harvest Time

“In Sonoma County ... marijuana that is sold for concentrates generally commands a lower price than specialized flower. “Some supply will be destroyed or ruined, but from a wholesale market ... read more

“Fuck Wine Grapes, Fuck Wines”: the Coming Napafication of the World

They also run along creek beds which are dry at least half the year ... wine than ever before. At times, it seems that the main pastime of people in Napa, Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino counties is ... read more



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