If you see a good deal on cannabis in stores this fall, pounce on it. In 2019, the typical harvest discounts aren’t as big as last year.

Usually, at this time of year, millions of pounds of outdoor-grown cannabis flood the market. When extra supply meets the standard demand, prices drop.

Not this year. A range of factors including legalization, supplies, increased demand, and weather have combined to limit the annual glut of outdoor.

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David Downs ~ Leafly.com ~

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