Imagine if a vintner had to keep track of every grape. That’s a little like the task facing Colorado’s marijuana growers, whose free-spirited ways are slowly adjusting to regulations that have sprung up around their newly legitimate business. Under the state’s rules, pot merchants, who must grow most of what they sell, have to put a microchip on each plant so it can be recorded and monitored in Colorado’s Marijuana Inventory Tracking Solution. A canary-yellow tag placed on each plant emits a radio frequency identification signal (RFID) that allows officials consulting a statewide database to track crops from bud to blunt.
Colorado's Legal Pot Growers Grumble About RFID Tagging
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