Yolo County, Calif., Experiments with Field-to-Storefront Marijuana Tracking System
The county is partnering with a Swiss security firm to create a tracking program that will enable local marijuana growers to follow their plants and products through the supply chain.
(TNS) — In a Yolo County farming belt known for tomatoes and wine grapes, Robin Miller remembers picking up on a rumor in 2015 about a marijuana grower in the area.
“We started to hear talk in town that people were worried about a cannabis garden west of Woodland,” she said.
So Miller, one of three chief officers for a medical marijuana collective called Yolo Botanicals, invited out the local newspaper and announced it was true.
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