While purely conjecture, that may be the only way brands face the financial consequences for opposing home grow or other foundational cannabis advocate ethos. She likens cannabis growing to buying produce. She told High Times that Oregon’s strong DIY culture includes home cannabis cultivation. Luke Zimmerman Esq., a cannabis attorney and Oaksterdam University instructor, said home growing grants each person access to a unique relationship with cannabis. High Times dives into the pervasiveness of companies that oppose home grows and how it may be harmful to the community as a whole.
Home grows are the grassroots of the cannabis reform movement. Therefore with legalization, many advocates and patients believe it’s essential for individuals to have a right to cultivate their own plants, especially in a regulated market. High Times dives into the pervasiveness of companies that oppose home grows and how it may be harmful to the community as a whole.
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