Marijuana farming has been a part of my family for the past 50 years.
- When my family first began to form marijuana, they had to worry about the police, sheriff, and the FBI.
Times have changed a great deal since then. I am now in charge of the farm and I run a legitimate business. I sell cannabis to a number of dispensaries in the state. It took about two years and two hundred pieces of paperwork before I was finally authorized to sell cannabis. I had to contact an application service to help me fill out all of the necessary paperwork. The marijuana application service spent two hours with me going through each piece of the paperwork so everything was filled out properly. If there is a single issue with the paperwork, the government officials will kick it out of the system and send it back. This is one of the ways that they hold up the process so it takes a lot longer for people to become certified to sell medical and recreational marijuana. I tried to fill out the paperwork a couple of months before, but everything was sent back because I had the wrong information listed. When I decided to fill out the paperwork a second time, I consulted with a marijuana application service. They helped me fill out all of the paperwork and they didn’t charge anything for the free services. With the paperwork properly filled out, the government agency had no reason not to approve my application to sell recreational and medical marijuana from my farm.