Put it in the record books: A medical marijuana company in Hawaii has become the first in the state to harvest its initial crop.
But the state lacks an approved lab to test the cannabis, slowing the rollout of Hawaii’s MMJ program.
According to Pacific Business News, Aloha Green Holdings – based in Oahu – said this week it harvested the marijuana from an indoor grow facility.
Along with Pono Life Sciences and Maui Wellness Group, Aloha Green began growing cannabis in February. Hawaii has licensed eight vertically integrated MMJ businesses.
The next step is