Canada’s shocking waste of medical cannabis —By Dana Larsen

«Also, with a complete repeal of cannabis prohibition, why wouldn’t farmers be allowed to grow high-THC strains on their land? Some farmers could choose to cull their male plants, and focus on growing only for resin without making seeds. In this case, resin yields could be three to four times higher, up to the levels of Afghani cannabis farmers. The cannabinoid profile could be much higher too, so the overall CBD or THC production could be 10 times higher per hectare. This could drop the wholesale price even more substantially, and still leave the farmer with the same profit.»