Barbados ‘playing catch-up on marijuana industry research – CARDI

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The Mia Mottley administration may be about to enact medicinal marijuana legislation, but it could take as much seven years before exporting the herb commercially, a top regional agronomist has suggested. The Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute’s (CARDI) representative to Barbados Ansari Hosein told Barbados TODAY that the country had a lot of catching […]

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Workplace disruption from medical ganja, BAMP head warns

Employers are being put on notice that workers could start disappearing from the workplace once marijuana-based products become legal for medical purposes, the head of the doctors’ association has warned. Dr Abdon DaSilva, who is also Third Vice President of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations of Barbados […]

Barbados ‘playing catch-up on marijuana industry research – CARDI

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The Mia Mottley administration may be about to enact medicinal marijuana legislation, but it could take as much seven years before exporting the herb commercially, a top regional agronomist has suggested. The Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute’s (CARDI) representative to Barbados Ansari Hosein told Barbados TODAY that the country had a lot of catching […]

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Workplace disruption from medical ganja, BAMP head warns

Employers are being put on notice that workers could start disappearing from the workplace once marijuana-based products become legal for medical purposes, the head of the doctors’ association has warned. Dr Abdon DaSilva, who is also Third Vice President of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations of Barbados […]

Barbados ‘playing catch-up on marijuana industry research – CARDI

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The Mia Mottley administration may be about to enact medicinal marijuana legislation, but it could take as much seven years before exporting the herb commercially, a top regional agronomist has suggested. The Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute’s (CARDI) representative to Barbados Ansari Hosein told Barbados TODAY that the country had a lot of catching […]

The post Barbados ‘playing catch-up on marijuana industry research – CARDI appeared first on Barbados Today.

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Workplace disruption from medical ganja, BAMP head warns

Employers are being put on notice that workers could start disappearing from the workplace once marijuana-based products become legal for medical purposes, the head of the doctors’ association has warned. Dr Abdon DaSilva, who is also Third Vice President of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations of Barbados […]