news Grow-your-own cannabis businesses in Canada enjoy record sales, too Published 2 seconds ago | By Matt Lamers FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditEmail Wednesday, Nov. 11, will be all things Canadian cannabis at MJBizCon’s Passholder Days. Topics range from the role of small producers to global opportunities for Canadian companies, among others. More information is available here. Cannabis stores and cultivators aren’t the only businesses cashing in on the early success of Canada’s regulated marijuana market. Ancillary businesses catering to the niche home cultivation segment are also faring well, according to government data and industry sources. That market can include anything from seeds and lights to growing mediums. Experts cite a number of factors for the niche market’s success, such as: A strong seasonal element. A pandemic-related boost. Improved selection of genetics in regulated channels.

Grow-your-own cannabis businesses in Canada enjoy record sales, too Published 2 seconds ago | By Matt Lamers FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditEmail Wednesday, Nov. 11, will be all things Canadian cannabis at MJBizCon’s Passholder Days. Topics range from the role of small producers to global opportunities for Canadian companies, among others. More information is available here. Cannabis stores and cultivators aren’t the only businesses cashing in on the early success of Canada’s regulated marijuana market. Ancillary businesses catering to the niche home cultivation segment are also faring well, according to government data and industry sources. That market can include anything from seeds and lights to growing mediums. Experts cite a number of factors for the niche market’s success, such as: A strong seasonal element. A pandemic-related boost. Improved selection of genetics in regulated channels.

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