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Interviewer: Ah, and how many packets of seeds do you sell a year now?

Arjan: So you live in the center of the center. You know better than anybody else. It’s going pretty good in Colorado. I understand that the first $40 million on tax has been spent on the schools.

Interviewer: Okay. For people that don’t know what the term “land race” means, can you describe that because that’s a big part of what you’re doing with strain hunting?

Arjan: Well, that happened with Woody Harrelson who became a very big advocate who was a great friend of mind, and all these kind of people and all the rappers came, and this is why I created the kind of cannabis. And then they went back to America, and this is where Steve DeAngelo who was from Harvard, for example, who’s got now 125,000 members. It’s the biggest club in the States. And he saw what I was doing in the club, and one moment, guys ( Arjan is talking dutch to some people in the background, because they are too noisy). So all of those guys went back to America and started their own clubs, and from there on we created the king of cannabis.

Arjan: At that time the owners were friends of mine because I was selling them the regular skunk, and on the side I was selling them other stuff.

With the help of investors, Steinmetz purchased the 300-acre property in 2017. The campus became Flow Kana’s processing hub, and Steinmetz and his wife, Flavia Cassani, a filmmaker, moved in a day after closing (they also keep a home in San Francisco).

Using a distributor like Flow Kana gives him peace of mind.

Steinmetz was dressed casually in a V-neck sweater over a T-shirt. He wore a black baseball cap bearing what looked like an Adidas symbol but was actually a marijuana leaf, and a belt decorated with the Grateful Dead’s dancing bears.

But they were making so much money that they didn’t really care. There were no taxes, no excise tax or cultivation tax. There were no burdensome regulations. So it was a lucrative space to be in.”

For many of Flow Kana’s farmers, cultivating cannabis legally represents a brave new world. Many had to contend with drug raids during “prohibition” — the decades, beginning mostly in the 1960s, when cannabis cultivation in the Emerald Triangle was done under cover.

King’s Kush is an indica marijuana strain made by crossing OG Kush with Grape. King’s Kush produces gradual yet powerful effects that will make you feel relaxed and euphoric. This strain features a flavor profile that is tangy with grape and undertones of lavender. Medical marijuana patients choose King’s Kush to relieve symptoms associated with insomnia. Growers say this strain comes in purple and blue nugs that are covered in trichomes. King’s Kush has a flowering time of 9 weeks.

King’s Kush is an indica marijuana strain made by crossing OG Kush with Grape. King’s Kush produces gradual yet powerful effects that will make you feel relaxed and euphoric. This strain features a flavor profile that is tangy with grape and undertones of lavender. Medical marijuana patients choose King’s Kush to relieve symptoms associated with insomnia. Growers say this strain comes in purple and blue nugs that are covered in trichomes. King’s Kush has a flowering time of 9 weeks.