Cannacurio: Cultivation Leaderboard (Update November 2020)
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We last looked at the licenses for growing cannabis in early autumn. Today’s post contains an update of the newly issued licenses as well as the total licenses. In September, California and Oklahoma were responsible for over 89% of the new grow licenses. That is down slightly to 87%, despite California and Oklahoma issuing 1,059 new cultivation licenses in September, October, and November.
- The licenses for active cannabis cultivation in the database are now 18,172
- This year 5,402 new cultivation licenses were added
- Michigan is still a distant third with 333 licenses this year
- 87% of the new licenses were in California and Oklahoma
The battle between California and Oklahoma continued, and Oklahoma has added many more licenses over the past three months:
For this and upcoming leaderboards, we’ll also be reporting the total number of licenses we’re tracking. The table above shows the number of newly created licenses, but does not show the effects of licenses that have been canceled, revoked, or administratively withdrawn. The following long table shows everything we have tracked.
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