A new state law restricts use of artificial lights, shelters or any other form of temperature or climate control.
California’s most iconic cannabis cultivation zones and its local outdoor growers recently received a boost to their business when Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 67 into law on Sept. 30.
The regulation amends Section 26063 of the Business and Professions Code while enacting a new terroir-based appellation for origin-specific products and its use of the environment during the plant’s growth.
Any use of artificial lights, shelters or any other form of temperature or climate control is prohibited under the rules.
…the law would establish a system where farmers in the cleanest, most fertile regions of the state can thrive and succeed.
– Alec Dixon, Co-Founder and Director of Client Relations, SC Labs
The passage of SB 67 is being heralded as a win for the state’s iconic operators across California’s fertile grounds, including the Emerald Triangle, by recognizing their claim to the fertile region.
Under SB 67, family farms and legacy operators are granted the right to…