Fdoh Announces Five Low-thc Dispensaries In Florida

Gray Television, Inc. — In a few short months, Hackney Nursery in Gadsden County will start growing a new product– cannabis. The 900 acre landscaping nursery was chosen Monday by the Florida Department of Health as one of five legal sites in the state to grow and sell low-THC cannabis. The cannabis will be used for patients with intractable epilepsy. “So we will grow a non-euphoric form of medical cannabis. And what we will then do, we will take part of the plants, and the buds out of the plants and we will process them into an oil, said George Hackney, President of Hackney Nursery. Hackney and his staff say they’ve never grown cannabis themselves, but they have visited other legal grow sites around the U.S. to learn the process. Additional staff members will work at the nursery, including an onsite doctor and a cannabis grower. However, with any new venture, there are setbacks.

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