Washington state requires marijuana products to be tracked from seed-to-sale, or from when its planted to when it’s sold to a pot user, through what it calls a traceability system. The transition to Leaf Data Systems has been anything but smooth, frustrated pot growers and sellers say.
Washington state requires marijuana products to be tracked from seed-to-sale, or from when its planted to when it’s sold to a pot user, through what it calls a traceability system. The transition to Leaf Data Systems has been anything but smooth, frustrated pot growers and sellers say. Mathew Sumner AP file
Washington state requires marijuana products to be tracked from seed-to-sale, or from when its planted to when it’s sold to a pot user, through what it calls a traceability system. The transition to Leaf Data Systems has been anything but smooth, frustrated pot growers and sellers say. Mathew Sumner AP file

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February 07, 2018 08:55 AM