Hello friends of CannaVigilance,
Here we are in the home straight heading for the end of the year. Christmas tunes are being heard everywhere and, depending on where you are, it’s getting hotter or colder. The industry seems to be in full swing though. After a slow start to the year, the train is still picking up speed. Here’s what going on in the world of cannabis this fortnight
See You at the International Asia Hemp Expo 2023
Discover the limitless potential of the cannabis industry in Asia at the International Asia Hemp Expo, taking place from 22-25 November 2023, at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok. Thailand’s recent legalisation of hemp has unlocked significant investment opportunities, thanks to its optimal growing conditions. We are excited to announce that Cannavigia will be present at the event, sharing booth F18 with our good friends at Priva.
Join us in exploring the thriving industry and uncover more about this transformative opportunity. Be part of this exciting journey with us and stay updated on upcoming events via our website.
Unlock Success in Cannabis Cultivation: Your Path to Excellence
In the world of cannabis cultivation, the choices you make can define your journey’s outcome. Our latest article is your roadmap to success, offering expert insights into cultivation methods, environments, and mediums. Delve into techniques such as hydroponics, aeroponics, and traditional soil cultivation, select the right indoor or outdoor setting, and discover the perfect cultivation mediums like coco coir and rockwool.
Becoming the local cannabis expert starts with crafting the right cultivation strategy. Dive deeper with our article to expand your cannabis knowledge today – your journey to mastery awaits!
More Upcoming Events: The Cannabis Expo 2023 in Johannesburg
Mark your calendars for Africa’s Largest Cannabis Event in Johannesburg, held at the Sandton Convention Centre from 24-26 November 2023. The Cannabis Expo is the ultimate global hub for education and industry insights. It offers a unique platform for international and local medical professionals and agricultural experts to connect with industry leaders and the public. Don’t miss the opportunity to catch our Business Development Manager, Wesley, participating in some panel discussions. Explore the latest in cannabis, from the legal landscape to cultivation practices, health benefits, and innovative business opportunities. Immerse yourself in the world of cannabis at The Cannabis Expo. Keep an eye on our LinkedIn page for updates on panel discussions!
Immerse yourself in the world of cannabis and expand your knowledge at The Cannabis Expo. Keep an eye on our LinkedIn page for updates on panel discussions and stay connected.
A vigilant eye on cannabis news
- The government in one of the prime growing areas in South Africa, Kwa-Zulu Natal, recently issued 664 cannabis growing permits. Farmers will be able to cultivate, store and transport content with a THC of not more than 0.2%.
- Portugal currently has 42 companies with licenses from Infarmed to operate in activities related to medicinal cannabis in Portugal, 8 more than in 2022. There are another 150 entities with the documentation to continue in the licensing process.
- Four years after being legalised, Ireland opens its first cannabis clinic. Currently, there are three qualifying conditions included under the Medicinal Cannabis Access Programme: spasticity associated with multiple sclerosis, intractable nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy and severe treatment-resistant epilepsy.
- Cannabis production in Zimbabwe seems to be in a mess according to this piece by Obert Chifamba. Currently out of the 59 licenced producers of the crop, only 10 are producing and selling.
- The Public Health Authority in Switzerland has authorized the establishment of the first legal adult use stores in Europe as part of a pilot project to legalise cannabis. The project, called Project Grashaus is expected to start later this year.
- Malta has granted the first two cannabis association licences. The distribution of cannabis to members can begin as soon as the first products are available, but these must be tested by the ARUC before being sold.