Sonoma County’s Bounty: Candyland


Candyland strain

Candyland strain

The North Bay is known for its bounty of products grown and made in the area, from artisan hops, grains and cheeses to grapes and, of course, marijuana.

In this blog, we’ll take a look at this major cash crop and it’s products. While still illegal federally, medical marijuana patients are allowed to tend up to 6 mature plants, and the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (passed in Sept. 2015) allows for “the maximum allowable size is 1 acre (43,560 sq ft) outdoors (Type 3) or 22,000 sq ft indoors (Type 3A and 3B licenses).  The DFA is directed to limit the number of Type 3, 3A and 3B licenses.  (AB 243, 19332(g)).” While there’s still a lot of legal flux, and the current growing climate is more like the Wild West than a regulated crop, change

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