Southern U. picks contractor to grow medical cannabis in Louisiana

Southern University has selected a vendor to run its medical marijuana program, moving Louisiana’s MMJ industry a step closer to reality. Southern’s Board of Supervisors chose Lafayette-based Advanced Biomedics to grow the marijuana for the Baton Rouge-based university, which will receive more than $6 million over five years from its cultivation partner. Under regulations established by the legislature in 2016, Southern and Louisiana State University are the only entities permitted to grow medical cannabis for legal MMJ patients in the state. LSU completed its cultivation contract with Las Vegas-based GB Sciences earlier this month. ... Southern U. picks contractor to grow medical cannabis in Louisiana is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs