Aloha Green Holdings is the first medical marijuana dispensary in Hawaii to harvest its first crop.

The Oahu-based dispensary said on Tuesday that it has successfully harvested its initial crop from its first enclosed indoor production center.

Aloha Green and Maui Wellness Group, dba Maui Grown Therapies, were the first to receive the green light from the Hawaii Department of Health to begin growing medical marijuana at the beginning of February.

Along with Manoa Botanicals LLC, the second Oahu-based dispensary, and Pono Life Sciences Maui LLC, which also received their notices to grow in February, four of the state’s eight licensed medical marijuana dispensaries have begun cultivating plants.

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Anna Hrushka ~ Pacific Business News ~

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