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California wildfires could adversely affect legal marijuana crops

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By John Schroyer

Wildfires raging in Northern California could have a serious impact on the state’s legal outdoor marijuana harvest, much of which would supply the January launch of recreational cannabis sales.

Across a number of “cultivation websites,” the East Bay Express reported Monday, marijuana growers are already saying that fires in 14 counties are leaving their cannabis reeking of smoke, thereby undercutting the crop’s market value and making it more vulnerable to contaminants.

If outdoor marijuana grows are exposed to wildfire smoke and ash, it could pose a health risk, such as lung infections, to cannabis consumers.

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