Verda Bio won the state's first pot research license last November, giving the company special privileges to study cannabis and create new technology.

I knew the minute I opened Verda Bio's door that this was not a typical pot farm. The aroma tipped me off.

Most farms smell like someone just opened a 10,000-pound bag of pot. But when I walked into Verda Bio, I smelled nothing.

The scent was sterile, like a disinfected doctor's office. That's because Verda Bio is a unique pot farm. In fact, it's the only one of its kind in a state with more than a thousand licensed pot farms.

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Lester Black ~ TheStranger.com ~

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