Robin Miller, a marijuana grower and principle with Yolo Botanicals at one of the greenhouses in Woodland, Calif., on Friday, March 10, 2017. Yolo County and a Swiss Company, SICPA, are partnering with marijuana growers in a $30,000 pilot program to establish a “track and trace” method to guide locally grown pot from farm to market and guarantee that products are labeled for potency, tested for pesticides and kept from being diverted to the black market.
Robin Miller, a marijuana grower and principle with Yolo Botanicals at one of the greenhouses in Woodland, Calif., on Friday, March 10, 2017. Yolo County and a Swiss Company, SICPA, are partnering with marijuana growers in a $30,000 pilot program to establish a “track and trace” method to guide locally grown pot from farm to market and guarantee that products are labeled for potency, tested for pesticides and kept from being diverted to the black market. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Robin Miller, a marijuana grower and principle with Yolo Botanicals at one of the greenhouses in Woodland, Calif., on Friday, March 10, 2017. Yolo County and a Swiss Company, SICPA, are partnering with marijuana growers in a $30,000 pilot program to establish a “track and trace” method to guide locally grown pot from farm to market and guarantee that products are labeled for potency, tested for pesticides and kept from being diverted to the black market. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com