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Marijuana venture, April, 2016

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Marijuana venture, April, 2016
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Marijuana venture
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Renton, WA
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VOLUME 3 / ISSUE 4
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Leslie Olson checks out her plants at the Quincy Green grow facility.
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WINE AND WEED
Marijuana Venture compares the ways cannabis and wine are created, marketed and sold in this multi-part story that features wine entrepreneur Ross Mickel and Jian Malihi of Clarity Farms
76
TENNESSEE HEMP
After 70 years, a new generation of farmers has resumed hemp cultivation in Tennessee, but they’ve quickly discovered the regulations are just one of the many challenges
QUINCY GREEN
High-end and sustainable, Quincy Green takes a conscientious approach to growing cannabis, with a commercial greenhouse and unique product strategy
ABOUT THE COVER: Jessica Corcorran shows ofl a hefty branch from Clarity Farms' fall harvest The Columbia Valley's prime soil and climate contributed to Clarity's success. Photo by Gary Delpâ– 
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BASICS
18 | Calendar 24 | Market Watch 38 | Blowing Smoke 111 | P.O.V.
143 | Ad Directory
PROFILES
26 | Euphoria Wellness 28 | Talent Health Club 30 | Valley Healing Group
SPOTLIGHTS
32 | Rx Green Solutions 32 | Urban-gro 34 | Silver Bullet 34 | SneakGuard 34 | Cannabis Training Institute 36 | Helderpad 36 | Marijuana Horticulture Fundamentals
LIVING THE DREAM
40 I Shawn DeNae
INNOVATIONS
42 | DL-4000 44 j Headset
48
VERMONT
State Legislature takes steps to legalize adult use cannabis.
86
FLORIDA
Sunshine State growers begin ultralimited medical marijuana program.
86
GOING SOLAR
Northern California is home to the world’s first solar-powered dispensary.
Due to scheduling conflicts, The Long Road to Retail series will continue in the May issue of Marijuana Venture.
106
LEGAL PAGES
• Lauren Rudick breaks down progress made in the East.
• Katie Podein addresses the importance of properly vetting consulting firms.
CULTIVATION
116 | Crop Protection Laws
BEST PRACTICES
126 | Risk Management 134 | Pharmacists 140 | Packaging 146 | Raising Capital
OPINIONS
14 | Message from the Publisher 156 | Letter from the Editor 160 I Bud Scores

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.
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features . • ; 5 WINE AND WEED Marijuana Venture compares the ways cannabis and wine are created, marketed and sold in this multi-part story that features wine entrepreneur Ross Mickel and Jian Malihi of Clarity Farms Jl TENNESSEE HEMP After 70 years, a new generation of farmers has resumed hemp cultivation in Tennessee, but they've quickly discovered the regulations are just one of the many challenges II QUINCY GREEN High-end and sustainable, Quincy Green takes a conscientious approach to growing cannabis, with a commercial greenhouse and unique product strategy ABOUT THE COVER: Jessica Corcorran shows o a hefty branch from Clarity Farms' fall harvest The Columbia Valley's prime soil and climate con tributed to Clarity's success. Photo by Gary De/p. MJVenture

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contents BASICS 18 1 Calendar 241 Market Watch 381 Blowing Smoke 111 I P.O.V. 143 1 Ad Directory PROFILES 26 1 Euphoria Wellness 28 1 Talent Health Club 30 1 Valley Healing Group SPOTLIGHTS 32 1 Rx Green Solutions 32 1 Urban-gro 34 1 Silver Bullet 34 1 SneakGuard . 34 1 Cannabis Training Institute 36 1 Helderpad 36 1 Marijuana Horticulture Fundamentals LIVING THE DREAM 40 1 Shawn DeNae INNOVATIONS 421 DL-4000 441 Headset 48 VERMONT State Legislature takes steps to legalize adult use cannabis. 86 FLORIDA Sunshine State growers begin ultra limited medical marijuana program. 86 GOING SOLAR Northern California is home to the world ' s first solar-powered dispensary . Due to scheduling conflicts, The Long Road to Retail series will continue in the May issue of Marijuana 106 LEGAL PAGES • Lauren Rudick breaks down progress made in the East. • Katie Podein addresses the importance of properly vetting consulting firms. CULTIVATION 116 1 Crop Protection Laws BEST PRACTICES 126 1 Risk Management 134 1 Pharmacists 140 I Packaging 146 1 Raising Capital OPINIONS 14 I Message from the Publisher 156 1 Letter from the Editor 160 1 Bud Scores