The amount of marijuana allowed to be grown by state-licensed producers in Washington State is enough to meet the state’s medical and recreational demand, according to a study released May 13 by the Cannabis Law and Policy Project at the University of Washington Law School.
The group estimated that between 1.7 and 2 million square feet of plants, about the size of 30-34 football fields, would satisfy medical marijuana demand in the state. The report also found that the state has approved 12.3 million square feet for canopy use currently, enough to supply the state’s total
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WA Study: Licensed Growers Meet Demand
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