A provision on the medical marijuana bill approved by the Legislature last week requires that nurseries with inventories of more than 400,000 plants and who have been operating in Florida for 30 years are the only ones who qualify to be distributors of low-THC cannabis. The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, which tracks nursery registration, has a database that dates back to 1988. Here are 21 nurseries that qualify.
A provision on the medical marijuana bill approved by the Legislature last week requires that nurseries with inventories of more than 400,000 plants and who have been operating in Florida for 30 years are the only ones who qualify to be distributors of low-THC cannabis. The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, which tracks nursery registration, has a database that dates back to 1988. Here are 21 nurseries that qualify. TAMPA BAY TIMES/MIAMI HERALD
A provision on the medical marijuana bill approved by the Legislature last week requires that nurseries with inventories of more than 400,000 plants and who have been operating in Florida for 30 years are the only ones who qualify to be distributors of low-THC cannabis. The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, which tracks nursery registration, has a database that dates back to 1988. Here are 21 nurseries that qualify. TAMPA BAY TIMES/MIAMI HERALD

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