A spokesman for a licensed grower and processor of medical marijuana in Jefferson County said Friday the company has harvested its first crop. (WJAC)
BROOKVILLE – A spokesman for a licensed grower and processor of medical marijuana in Jefferson County said Friday the company has harvested its first crop.
“We are currently in the extraction and manufacturing phase of the pharmaceutical-grade products that will be delivered to dispensaries in about 10 days,” spokesman Jason Erkes said in an email.
In October, Gov. Tom Wolf approved Chicago-based Cresco Yeltrah to begin growing and processing medical marijuana at its Brookville location.
Cresco Yeltrah previously said will grow a variety of over 30 different genetic strains at the 40,000-plus-square-foot facility and will produce a unique array of innovative pharmaceutical-grade marijuana products, ranging from high CBD strains, vapor oils, transdermal patches and pills.
Cresco Yeltrah said a distinctive line of products ensures patients will receive consistent, repeatable, precision-dosed medicine, as the program does not allow for the sale of