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August 18, 2014 at 12:47 PM

From seed to sale, challenges abound for licensed pot growers

[do action="brightcove-video" videoid="3610210506001"/] Part 1: Startup pot operation full of stress and hard work This is the first story in a seed-to-sale series focusing on one pot-growing operation in Seattle as owners take their historic product from seedling to retail store shelf. June 7, 2014 – Inside a windowless Sodo warehouse teeming with 1,143 pot plants, one of…

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August 18, 2014 at 8:12 AM

Pot growers we’ve profiled finally bring their goods to market

AuricAG partner Mark Greenshields holds up West Seattle Kush from the operation's first harvest. (Photo by Steven Ringman / The Seattle Times)

AuricAG partner Mark Greenshields holds up West Seattle Kush from the operation’s first harvest. (Photo by Steven Ringman / The Seattle Times)

After many months of toil, the Sodo pot growers we’ve been following, AuricAG, finally brought their product to market. Their West Seattle Kush went flying off the shelves last week at Cannabis City. They sold 259 one-gram packages in four hours. AuricAG won’t make a huge dent in supply as far as Seattle goes, but as more growers get their operations up to speed, the state expects supply to improve and prices to drop.

Our fourth installment in the seed-to-sale series: How AuricAG plans to refine its pot-growing operation.      

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