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  • Yolo marijuana farmers embrace new 'track-and trace' program

    Under a pilot program in Yolo County, local cannabis growers are getting a crash course in accounting for their plants, products and shipping under California 'track and trace' rules to prevent diversion to the black market.

Under a pilot program in Yolo County, local cannabis growers are getting a crash course in accounting for their plants, products and shipping under California 'track and trace' rules to prevent diversion to the black market. Peter Hecht The Sacramento Bee
Under a pilot program in Yolo County, local cannabis growers are getting a crash course in accounting for their plants, products and shipping under California 'track and trace' rules to prevent diversion to the black market. Peter Hecht The Sacramento Bee

Want to know where your marijuana was grown? Yolo County experiments with field-to-storefront tracking system

March 11, 2017 4:00 AM

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