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Hancock Firm approved for Medical Marijuana

August 16th, 2017 by WCBC Radio

The Herald Mail reports, if all goes as planned, Harvest could plant its first medical-marijuana seeds in Hancock Wednesday and gather its first crop about 130 days later. Harvest was among eight companies to get final growing licenses Monday from the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission. "This gives us the ability to go ahead and begin our grow," plant Manager Jason Morris said Monday afternoon. "So we'll be able to get plants and product in our facility." The company was among 15 firms that had been pre-approved to grow medical marijuana in the state. Another company, Kind Therapeutics USA LLC, received pre-approval to grow and process medical marijuana in Washington County. Kind has requested additional time to get started.

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