Gifting medical pollen – Overtaking legal genetics

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When cannabis was initially legalized, Canadians were granted federal permission to legally grow their own cannabis, but without access to legal propagation materials. Producer’s enabled this restriction by simply not offering the commodity to the adult-use market – not until nearly two and a half months after cannabis was legalized. They finally became available when […]

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