Seems to me that if that happens, those Oregonian growers might have an out-of-state market... for a figurative 2.5 seconds . Sure, it'll still be illegal at the state level in most states - for a time. However, the moment that DC collectively declares, "We don't care; in fact, it's now a viable commodity," a huge chunk of fear will evaporate like so much mist on a quickly warming day. Unless that hypothetical statement is followed immediately with, "But we'll cut off your federal highway (etc.) funds if you do." IIRC, that had an influence on getting the minimum alcohol purchasing age raised to 21 in a lot of states.The overproduction of it in Oregon has dropped prices like a rock as the old "supply and demand" factor (as they would give a grow license to anyone that paid the fee pretty much, so way too many folks thought they would get rich), so prices will remain low until either Feds allow interstate commerce or a bunch of growers go out of business.
That's the problem with the commercial takeover. Prices go up, quality goes down.There are people in CA paying $75 for an 1/8. Blows my mind.
Get a rapper to endorse your garden or pay for a nice article write up overusing phrases like “terpene profile” and “connoisseur” and you’re good to go. And all this while CA is massively overproducing.
Illegal shops offer much better pricing, but then you’re dealing with that. CA has fucked things up so bad that Mrs. Gadfly finally said “ok, put your tent up if it will get you to stfu about it.”
I thought legalization would make things cheaper. Just one more thing to add to my long list of, shows wtf I know.
If you'd typed as much as 100€, I might have had a tear ready to shed, because I'm assuming the exchange rates would have put that price well beyond "fifteen bucks and a promise to sell one back for the same if someone's cat got too old to remember which container the litter box was." But 1000€? All I can come up with is: .Over here cuttings of sundae driver and wedding cake, gelato #33 go for 1000€ each. For the real deal. All because it's famous from America.
The price difference per kilo is 2-3000 or more depending on the buyer. So spending 1000 on a cutting is a worth while investment. As that person would have market dominance as the strains are exclusive.If you'd typed as much as 100€, I might have had a tear ready to shed, because I'm assuming the exchange rates would have put that price well beyond "fifteen bucks and a promise to sell one back for the same if someone's cat got too old to remember which container the litter box was." But 1000€? All I can come up with is: .
If you paint a rock green, stick a couple of those jiggly eyeballs on it, glue some hair on top, offer it for sale for the price of a used car and someone buys it, well... that's not the seller's fault.