Texas will soon have its first working grow facilities for cannabis.

Compassionate Cultivation, one of the companies licensed to grow and produce medicine under Texas’s limited medical marijuana program, said in a news release Wednesday it would start planting cannabis plants this week.

The announcement comes one day after the Texas Department of Public Safety gave Compassionate Cultivation final approval to participate in the Compassionate Use Program

Cansortium Texas was the first business to be approved, on September 1. Under the medical marijuana law, the DPS has one final license to give out.

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Stephen Paulsen ~ HoustonPress.com ~

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