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How did Florida’s medical marijuana supply fare during Hurricane Irma?

Hurricane Irma devastated the Florida Keys, flooded Brickell and Coconut Grove and hammered Naples with 140-mile-per-hour winds this weekend before tearing through the entire Florida peninsula and into the southeast United States.

But despite its path and strength, the massive hurricane appears to have spared the state’s multimillion-dollar supply of medical marijuana.

“Minor flooding, a missing roof, but all plants are safe!” Surterra Wellness, one of Florida’s largest cultivators, based in Tampa, tweeted Wednesday.

Read More at MiamiHerald.com



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