“I’m sort of a wildcatter,” says Ed Rosenthal, his Bronx, New York accent showing through the laid back California exterior he’s cultivated over 40 years living in the Bay Area.

“What I mean by that is, I have the confidence of fools. I tend to think, OK, I might be able to do that.”

If Rosenthal’s name isn’t immediately familiar to you, chances are you’ve never attempted to grow pot in your dorm room or basement.

Beginning in the late 1960s, Rosenthal first saw his early cultivation efforts appreciated in the apartment building he resided in on the Lower Eastside of Manhattan.

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