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Marijuana venture, November, 2016

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Marijuana venture, November, 2016
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Marijuana venture
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Renton, WA
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Top-selling producer/processor generates more than $2 million a month in sales with impressive, high-tech facility
76
GREENER INDUSTRY
ia Venture // November 2016
With the spotlight shining on the cannabis industry, companies that operate sustainably are grabbing the attention of consumers
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One of the nation’s most restrictive cannabis programs allows expansion that will open business opportunities and access for patients

ABOUT THE COVER: Lexie Owen poses with several Dutch Treat plants. Photo by Greg James.

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features
10 I Marijuana Venture // November 2016
92
TECHBUD
Outdoor grower Byron Miller discovers what a difference a year makes as he projects 2016 harvest
102
EDIBLES
An inside look at the trends of the edibles business, with a focus on several companies that have solidified their niche within the emerging commercial market
130
LA MOTA
Rosa Cazares has been instrumental in helping an Oregon dispensary expand into one of the state’s largest chains
130
HEMP
Hemp Industries Association’s annual conference sees a jump in attendance, excitement as industry pushes forward


contents
BASICS
26 | Calendar 38 | Market Watch 217 | P.O.V.
223 | Ad Directory
PROFILES
44 | Dispensary 33 46 | Green-Theory 48 | SAINTS of Tucson
SPOTLIGHTS
52 | Growracks 52 | Zero Tolerance 54 | FGI Lightbar Series 54 | Micro420 Pro Series 56 | Phoenix Rising 56 | THC Jobs 56 I WebJoint
INNOVATIONS
58 | Red Rabbit Extractor 60 | GreenBroz Cannagin
CULTIVATION
140 | Powdery Mildew 146 | Electricity Q&A
154
FALL PHOTOS
16 pages of great photos of the fall harvest season from Marijuana Venture readers and staff members.
BEST PRACTICES
170 | Business Valuations 180 | Public Relations 190 | Real Estate 198 | Employment Law 101
204
LEGAL PAGES
• Los Angeles faces critical turning point for its cannabis economy.
• Avoid potential for fraud by vettinj investment opportunities.
• Landmark court case doesn’t protect all cannabis businesses.
OPINIONS
22 | Message from the Publisher 224 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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64 NWCS Top-selling producer/processor generates more than $2 million a month in sales with impressive, high-tech facility 1& GREENER INDUSTRY With the spotlight shining on the cannabis industry, companies that operate sustainably are grabbing the attention of consumers 84 NEW YORK One of the nation's most restrictive cannabis programs . :allows expansion that will open business opportunities and access for patients ABOUT THE COVER: Lexie Owen poses with sev era I Dutch Treat plants. Photo by Greg James. MJVenture

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1 0 I Marijuana V enture I I Novembe r 2016 92 TECH BUD Outdoor grower Byron Miller discovers what a difference a year makes as he projects 2016 harvest 102 EDIBlES An inside look at the trends of the edibles business, with a focus on several companies that have solidified their niche within the emerging commercial market 130 lAMOTA Rosa Cazares has been instrumental in helping an Oregon dispensary expand into one of the state's largest chains 136 HEMP Hemp Industries Association' s annual conference sees a jump in attendance, excitement as industry pushes forward

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contents BASICS 26 I Calendar 381 Market Watch 2171 P.O.V. 223 I Ad Directory PROFILES 44 I Dispensary 3 3 46 I GreenTheory 48 I SAINTS of Tucson SPOTLIGHTS 52 I Growracks 52 I Zero Tolerance 54 I FGI Lightbar Series 54 I Micro420 Pro Series 56 I Phoeni x Rising 56 1 THC Jobs 56 I WebJoint INNOVATIONS 58 I Red R a bbit Extractor 60 I G ree nBroz Cannagin CULTIVATION 140 I Po w dery Mildew 146 I Ele c t r icity Q&A 154 FALL PHOTOS 16 pages of great photos of the fall harvest season from Marijuana Venture and staff members. BEST PRACTICES 170 I Business Valuations 180 I Public Relations 190 I Real Estate 1981 Employment Law 101 204 LEGAL PAGES • Los Angeles faces critical turning point for its cannabis economy. • Avoid potential for fraud by investment opportunities . • Landmark court case doesn't protect all cannabis businesses. OPINIONS 22 I Message from the Publishe r 224 I Bud Scores