LSU seeking contract growers for medical cannabis

Louisiana State University, one of two institutions¬†granted approval to grow medical marijuana under the Bayou State’s MMJ law, will soon start taking applications from cultivation contractors interested in doing the work. The Baton Rouge-based school said it expects to choose a cultivator by June and that the first medical marijuana crops could be harvested by the end of 2017, according to Baton Rouge TV station WBRZ. LSU officials projected in October that MMJ sales wouldn’t begin until 2018. The contractor will be expected to foot the estimated $10 million bill for the cultivation site, WBRZ reported.¬†LSU ... LSU seeking contract growers for medical cannabis is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs