In the Canadian cannabis marketplace, legalization has become necessary for survival. Although, we know that many micro cultivators are hesitant to obtain a license. After speaking with dozens of independent growers, Pattern Micro has discovered that the most common misconception of going legal is the loss of independence that our pre-legalization cannabis growers are accustomed to.
Cannabis growers across Canada have been working for decades to produce one-of-a-kind, high-quality products. These growers have transformed our understanding of cannabis and alleviated some of the stigma surrounding cannabis consumption. However, with the recent legalization of cannabis in Canada, many of these revolutionary growers and their methods are not being recognized by consumers due to a lack of license.
Canada’s legal cannabis economy is booming, with demand steadily increasing in both the recreational and medical markets. Large scale cultivators and distributors hold a majority share of the market, while the micro cultivation industry is still in its early infancy and a lot of Canada’s best cannabis cultivators are still not participating in the legal cannabis ecosystem.
How do micro cultivators legalize their business without compromising who they are? At Pattern Micro, we help independent growers to transition into the legal cannabis cultivation ecosystem, while allowing them to focus on what’s important to them - growing.
Despite cannabis being a natural plant, the production of high-quality cannabis requires immense knowledge and talent. Illicit growers are responsible for the production of thousands of strains with varying in levels of THC, CBD and other cannabinoids. Read more about the impact these illicit growers have had on the industry.
For those of us who are passionate about cannabis, respect the plant and are committed to helping the industry’s most talented growers to maintain their lifestyle, the micro cultivation license class is the answer. Learn why.