Architectural Digest: Step Inside America’s Most Unusual Marijuana Farms

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AD looks at cannabis companies retrofitting existing buildings to grow their weed, an enjoyable article with the usual selection of stylish photographs and good to see some companies trying to use less / existing resources to grow plants Some companies, like New Jersey’s Harmony Dispensary, are turning to unusual sites, including an industrial complex that formerly housed the pharmaceutical giant Merck. It’s since been transformed into a fragrantly thriving marijuana growth hub. A few miles away, a​​ Morris County farm that used to plant and sell holiday-friendly poinsettias, evergreens, and pumpkins is technically still growing flora known to lift people’s spirits—just in a slightly different way. Now, the decades-old farm is growing thousands of medical marijuana plants in the state’s first cannabis-specific greenhouse, ironically enforcing New Jersey’s reputation as the Garden State in a big way.  Read full article at  https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/americas-coolest-cannabis-farms

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