Connect with us

Legal & Regulation

Unpermitted Grow Site with Over 60,000 Plants Shut Down by Sonoma County Inspectors

Jane Summers



Unpermitted Grow Site with Over 60,000 Plants Shut Down by Sonoma County Inspectors
- Ad -

According to a recent news report by CBS SF Bay Area, inspectors in Sonoma County closed a large commercial cannabis cultivation site that did not have a permit.

Inspectors reviewed the site and discovered five properties south of Santa Rosa. Most of the 63,241 non-permitted plants were on two properties, according to Maggie Fleming, a department spokeswoman.

The marijuana plants were not on their own, but mixed with other crops, such as corn.

All information is for general informational and educational purposes only. Nothing should be interpreted as legal or wellness advice.

Jane is a regular contributor who learned about the great benefits of CBD a few years ago after starting it herself. Impressed by its effects, she's interested in helping others learn about options that can be helpful for them.

Continue Reading

Ultimate CBD Guide


ultimate-cbd-products-company-guidepopular-cbd-health-benefits best-cannabidiol-guide-resources hemp guide

TimesofCBD is the most active daily CBD news publication featuring the latest cannabis industry stories and marijuana market trends. As the leader in CBD-centric content curation, we invite all readers to come for the headlines and stay for the insights. Quality is the top priority when presenting user guides, analyzing product reviews and reporting fact-checked news announcements. All information is for educational and informational purposes only. Disclaimer.

Got news? Email

Copyright © 2020 | Latest CBD News, Cannabis Guides and Marijuana Trends
Note: Always seek real additional medical advice and consultation with a professional healthcare practitioner before considering any CBD. No statements found on this website have underwent Food and Drug Administration evaluation. The efficacy of any products or claims made have never been approved by the FDA either. No products shall ever be intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease or prevent any ailment.