The New York Times get to grips with the reality of large-scale corporate cannabis production in this fascinating short film produced by Kassie Bracken and John Woo. Taking over an abandoned Hershey factory (insert jokes here) in the small town of Smiths Falls, Ontario, Tweed, one of 20 companies officially licensed to grow medical marijuana in Canada, develop a whole selection of varieties in a bright white, clinical environment. Heavily regulated, strains from chocolate and coffee to blueberry come with Tweed related monikers, Sherlock, Argyle, Houndstooth and Twilling all printed alongside their more familiar “street” names. A peek into the business, rather than culture, of cannabis, press play and read more here.

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