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Marijuana venture, March, 2016

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Marijuana venture, March, 2016
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Marijuana venture
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Renton, WA
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AURARIA LIBRARY
MARCH 2016
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AWARD-WINNING NATIONAL BUSINESS MAGAZINE
VOLUME 3 / ISSUE 3
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GOING VERTICAL
Every state that has legalized marijuana has taken a different approach. Learn more about the pros and cons of allowing or requiring vertical integration
CANNABIS BASICS
Ah Warner talks about the process of acquiring the first cannabis-related trademark through the United States Patent and Trademark Office
THE FIGHTER
CannaSol Farms owner Jeremy Moberg battled the state and won the right for legal, licensed sun-grown cannabis
ABOUT THE COVER: Jeremy Moberg, the owner of CannaSol Farms, was the driving force behind the Washington state Legislature's decision to ultimately allow outdoor cannabis farming. See more about Moberg's battle for sustainable growing techniques on Page 64. Photo by Andre Dayani.

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BASICS
18 | Calendar 24 j Market Watch 34 | Blowing Smoke 93 | P.O.V.
143 | Ad Directory
PROFILES
26 | Kush Comfort Farms 28 j Terpene Station
SPOTLIGHTS
30 | HyGroCage 30 | CannaRelief 32 | AAA Aircare 32 | HydroCycle 32 | MaryWanna-Opoly
LIVING THE DREAM
36 | Becky DeKeuster 36 | Danielle Rosellison 38 I Shawn DeNae
42
LONG ROAD TO RETAIL
Colorado Leaf team faces its most shocking setback yet.
66
EMERGING MARKETS
Oregon and Alaska recently began accepting applications for marijuana businesses. Both states have a number of challenges ahead of them, including several obstacles unique to each state. Despite a myriad of concerns from applicants, enthusiasm is building rapidly for the new markets to open.
86
LEGAL PAGES
• Deadline error prompts widespread bans of medical marijuana businesses in California.
• United States Postal Service threats seem to fly in the face of federal policy.
CULTIVATION
100 | Pest Control: Get the facts 108 | Ecological Farming: Sustainable cannabis can be don 118 | University Research: LED partnership
BEST PRACTICES
122 | Vacuum Ovens 126 | Traceability 130 | Packaging 132 | Risk Management
GUEST COLUMNS
138 | Sean Badgley
OPINIONS
14 | Message from the Publishei 140 I Letter from the Editor
mission
Marijuana Venture’s goal is to provide the best information possible to the legal, licensed, commercial marijuana business. Our belief is that a great business publication will help professionals in the industry create more efficient and profitable businesses.
8 | Marijuana Venture // March 2016


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I GOING VERTICAL Every state that has l e galized marijuana has taken a different approach. Learn more about the pros and cons of allowing or requiring vertical integration 51 CANNABIS BASICS Ah Warner talks about the process of acquiring the first cannabis-related trademark through the United States Patent and Trademark Office 51 THE FIGHTER CannaSol Farms owner Jeremy Moberg battled the state and won the right for legal, licensed sun-grown cannabis ABOUT THE COVER: Jeremy Moberg, the owner of CannaSol Farms , was the driving force behind the Washington state Legislature's decision to ultimately allow outdoor cannabis farming . See more about Moberg's battle for sustainable growing techniques on Page 64. Photo by Andre Dayani. MJVenture

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BASICS 18 I Calendar 24 I Market Watch 34 I Blowing Smoke 93 I P.O.V. 14 3 I Ad Directory PROFILES 261 Kush Comfort Farms 28 I Terpene Station SPOTLIGHTS 30 I HyGroCage 30 I CannaRelief 3 2 I AAA Aircare 32 I HydroCycle 32 I MaryWanna-Opoly LIVING THE DREAM 361 Becky DeKeuster 36 I Danielle Rosellison 3 8 I Shawn DeN ae 42 LONG ROAD TO RETAIL Colorado Leaf team faces its most shocking setback yet. 66 EMERGING MARKETS Oregon and Alaska recently began accepting applications for marijuana businesses . Both states have a num ber of challenges ahead of them, including several obstacles unique to each state. Despite a myriad of concerns from applicants, enthusi asm is building rapidly for the new markets to open. 86 LEGAL PAGES • Deadline error prompts wide spread bans of medical marijuana businesses in California. • United States Postal Service threats seem to fly in the face ?f federal policy . 122 CULTIVATION 100 I Pest Control: Get the facts 108 I Ecological Farming: Sustainable cannabis can be 118 I University Research: LED partnership BEST PRACTICES 122 I Vacuum Ovens 1261 Traceability 130 I Packaging 1321 Risk Management GUEST COLUMNS 13 8 I Sean Badgley OPINIONS 14 I Message from the Publ' 140 I Letter from the Ed itor