Washington State Destroys 2000 Cannabis Plants and Clones Over $29,000 Tax Delinquency

Nine Point Growth Industries

Washington’s Liquor and Cannabis Board shut down Nine Point Growth Industries and destroyed 2000 of its plants and clones. The company failed to pay its state taxes on a timely basis, though it had reduced the obligation from $85,000 to $29,000 at the time of the seizure.

Owner Gregory Stewart was the second recipient of a recreational license to cultivate and process in Washington and was best known for his Frankenstein/Lemon OG Kush hybrids grown in its Tier 2 indoor facility in Bremerton. According to its website, its products were sold in 14 dispensaries across the state.

Read Andrew Binion’s “Pioneering recreational pot grow shut down by state”: http://www.kitsapsun.com/story/news/local/2017/02/10/pioneering-recreational-pot-grow-shut-down-state/97767268/

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