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Experts: Not enough pot to go around after legalization

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“As Canada approaches its deadline to legalize recreational marijuana in less than one year, industry experts predict that there won’t be enough cannabis plants produced to meet demand,” said Weston Sagle, founder of Trichromes Ltd. “We see that we can play a role in accelerating access to legalized product to the marketplace with this innovative processing technology.”

Trichromes Ltd., an innovation company, is teaming up with the Innovation Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Production (ICAMP) at Canadore College and they are attempting to develop a more exacting process for curing medicinal marijuana.

The company is developing what it terms as the “CureCap,” which aids in the curing of medicinal marijuana in concert with mason jars. The initial prototype was completed in 2016 at ICAMP and Sagle hopes to market the completed product in time for cannabis legalization, in July 2018.

“Working with ICAMP I was able to secure the funding necessary to make this brainstorm a reality,” said Sagle. “The facility and its staff have provided all of the resources needed.”

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