Hawaii’s MMJ cultivators get green light to start growing Feb. 1

The Hawaii Department of Health’s seed-to-sale tracking software is ready to go online Feb. 1, which means licensed medical marijuana dispensaries finally can begin growing MMJ that day. The state’s medical marijuana program has been delayed while the DOH attempted to link its tracking system with the software used by the eight companies approved to grow and sell medical marijuana, Honolulu Civil Beat reported. Hawaii’s legislature legalized dispensaries in 2015. Heath regulators awarded eight licenses to dispensary operators last April and given them the green light to open their doors in July, Honolulu Civil Beat reported. Some had hoped to open ... Hawaii’s MMJ cultivators get green light to start growing Feb. 1 is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs