TBR112|TX Judge Blocks Smokable Hemp Ban, USDA Ruling Looms with guest Ryan Douglas

On this week’s episode of The Budding Report, we are joined by Ryan Douglas of Ryan Douglas Cultivation.

The guests join our hosts Charles Horton, Melissa Nasits, Christian Shaw, MD, PhD, and Chris Perri as we discuss a Texas judge blocking the Texas Department of State Health Services ban on smokable hemp as well as the USDA’s ruling looming, prompting a ramp up of pressure from the industry for changes or delaying of the ruling.

Ryan Douglas provides cannabis consulting services through his company, Ryan Douglas Cultivation, LLC. He has worked in commercial horticulture for 23 years and specializes in legal cannabis start-ups. As Master Grower from 2013 to 2016, Ryan directed cultivation for Tweed Inc., Canada’s largest licensed producer of cannabis and the flagship subsidiary of Canopy Growth Corporation. Ryan’s work at Tweed has been featured in Vice, The New York Times, Bloomberg News, and on National Public Radio. Before entering the cannabis industry, Ryan spent 15 years as a commercial greenhouse grower of ornamental and edible crops, growing up to 600,000 plants annually. Ryan now provides start-up advice to groups launching new cannabis cultivation projects. He frequently speaks on the topic of cultivation start-ups and is a regular contributor to Marijuana Venture, Cannabis Business Times, and Cannabis Science and Technology. Although always on the move, Ryan can be reached through his website at douglascultivation.com

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