LSU extends deadline for medical marijuana cultivation applications

Marijuana cultivation businesses hoping to grow cannabis for Louisiana State University under a new medical marijuana law have more time to make their case. LSU extended the deadline for growers to submit plans on how they would run the university’s MMJ cultivation operation to March 31, The Advocate of Baton Rouge reported. The original deadline was March 21. School officials did not say why the deadline was extended. Last year the state granted LSU and another Baton Rouge-based school, Southern University, exclusive licenses to grow medical cannabis. The LSU Agricultural Center has estimated it will cost $11.3 million ... LSU extends deadline for medical marijuana cultivation applications is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs