Agriculture is international. Cannabis is not. Currently. State and national borders often protect high cost producers.
But one day it will be a global industry, with goods shipped around the world. What will happen to all the large scale indoor cultivation facilities and cold climate (Canadian) greenhouses in 3, 5, 10 years when cannabis can be cultivated and moved, freely, from low cost of production regions to markets around the world.
Rob Hunt, Principal Consultant, Shingle Hill, talks about the massive investments in grow facilities and inevitable overproduction in certain markets.