Canadian Marijuana Growers Say: Don’t Import Sativa from Australia

Why does the Canadian government show blatant disrespect for Canadian marijuana growers?

That’s the question many of us are asking when we learn the Canadian government is facilitating a marijuana importation scheme in cahoots with the Australian government and an Australian “medical marijuana” company called AusCann.

AusCann is based on Norfolk Island, off Australia’s coast.

The company says it’s using two hectares of grow space to produce at least a ton of “medicinal cannabis” for export to the Canadian medical marijuana distribution system. It intends to create a “multi-million dollar” business exporting marijuana to Canada.

According to AusCann, the company will grow “Sativa and Sativa-dominant marijuana” that can’t be properly grown in Canada.

AusCann claims that individual Canadian marijuana growers and the handful of companies licensed as official medical marijuana growers by the Canadian government aren’t capable of properly growing Sativa marijuana genetics.

According to Michael Straumietis, who founded international hydroponics...

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