Hello friends of CannaVigilance,
So, Cape Town is done and dusted (for now) and London and Zurich lie ahead. We are coming out of hibernation and the year is starting to pick up speed. Hope you have your safety belt on because it looks like there are a lot of things on the horizon: Germany and Switzerland kicked off the year on a high note. Let’s see what else happened this week.
Will 2023 be the year of problem solving?
After last weekend’s Cannabis Expo in Cape Town, we had a post-Expo debrief conversation with Wesley Petzer about the pressing issues of the moment, how they can be solved and what the positives are to look forward to.
Read the interview to find out if 2023 will be the year of problem solving.
The second Swiss pilot trial has been approved
The Swiss Federal Office of Public Health has approved Zurich’s plan to launch a trial program for the consumption and sale of cannabis.
Find out more in our latest LinkedIn post and how we are involved.
Eager to learn about cannabis drying?
Learn a few tips from our experts on the advantages and disadvantages of dry vs wet trimming and discover the optimum drying conditions to enhance its quality and flavour.
Read the article on cannabis drying.
The next Cheeba webinar is around the corner
Next Tuesday, April 4, we hold another webinar together with Cheeba Africa. With other industry leaders we will discuss about ‘Cannabis Off-takes, Packaging and Transporting to International Markets’ – will you join us?
Sign up on Cheeba Africa’s page for the webinar.
A vigilant eye on cannabis news
- The first community driven cannabis grow project in South Africa is ready for its first harvest. Find out more here.
- In Malawi there is a problem with getting certain aspects off the ground around the community driven projects. Learn why.
- The United Nations’ International Narcotics Control Board has issued a press release expressing a concern. Find out what their concern is and what Johnny Green has to say about it.
- New regulations for the prescription of medical cannabis in Germany are set to make it easier to access the treatment under the public health insurance system. Find out more.
- Find out how Thailand’s changed law inspires business.