Over the weekend, marijuana vendors, retailers and entrepreneurs got together to attend Washington state’s first-ever legal crop auction to be hosted by a marijuana grower, according to the Tri-City Herald.
The auction took place in the small town of Prosser, at Fireweed Farms. Attendance was strictly limited to licensed processors, retailers and members of the media. The whole process was monitored by at least two state Liquor Control Board officers.
According to the paper, “About 300 pounds of dried flower with names like Girl Scout Cookies, One Arm Bandit and Purple Kush sold for an estimated $600,000 to recreational retailers and processers for just dollars a gram.”
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