Thailand will distribute 1 million Marijuana plants during Cannabis News Week

Thailand will distribute 1 million Marijuana plants during Cannabis News Week ...

While the US Congress is still debating whether cannabis is legal, Thailand has stated that it will distribute marijuana plants to one million households across the country.

The economy of Thailand is down half a mile thanks to agriculture.

After advising their local authorities, the country will allow people to grow cannabis at home on June 9th.

Thailand has been one of the world''s most forward-thinking countries when it comes to marijuana regulation.

In 2018, Southeast Asian country legalized medical cannabis.

People who register will have to purchase medical grade cannabis, but they may provide it for their own use or as part of a small business.

Cannabis that contains more than 0.2 percent of THC will be illegal to grow and sell.

According to the Indian Express, larger businesses will still have to request permission from the country''s Food and Drug Administration to sell the facility.

Thailand''s cannabis use is a violation of the laws of many other countries in the region.

Possession in Singapore might take you up to ten years in prison, and trafficking is a death penalty offense. Indonesia and Malaysia also expose traffickers to death.

Zimbabwe Cannabis Market Has Growing Pains

Zimbabwe has been legal medical cannabis for as long as Thailand has.

The country has since allowed marijuana cultivation personnel, and in 2021, the country allowed 57 foreign and local farmers to farm in the country.

According to Bloomberg, cannabis sales in the country were expected to reach $1.25 billion last year.

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Farmers who have been growing tobacco have been given a hand in last year, as sales of that crop, which is the country''s largest agricultural export, have decreased in recent years.

"We will sell cannabis for $25 per kilogramme, which is five, six times more than a good tobacco crop might be beneficial to the market." Nyanungo, a 35-year-old farmer, told Reuters.

The cost of establishing a cannabis business capable of producing medical grade goods is jeopardized.

A greenhouse is worth about $500,000, but it does not include the drip system or the seed inputs.

Growing one hectare of cannabis may cost up to $2.5 million, causing industrialists across the country to lobby the government to lower regulations and costs.

Foreign players will dominate the market at least early on.

Zimbabwe''s Investment and Development Agency said it had given licenses to investors from Germany, Switzerland, and Canada, "as well as some local players."

New Jersey City Changes Mind About Cannabis

Secaucus shifted its mind. It wants to learn from the jokes.

The New Jersey city five miles from Manhattan had voted to prohibit recreational cannabis businesses in the city on August 20 last year, just one day before the deadline to make a decision.

Fast forward nine months, and its town council has now voted 5-2 to re-assert the prohibition.

According to the Hudson Reporter, "I am not in favor of the restriction." Relatively, it''s all about finances.

With the sale of recreational marijuana, we will save a lot of money.

"If people dont get it here, they''re going to Jersey City or North Bergen," Gonnelli said. They alle will sell it. It really doesn''t do anything to us.

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