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Oregon’s Open Cannabis Project Is Closing on May 31

Oregon’s Open Cannabis Project Is Closing on May 31

Josh Jardine | May 7, 2019

The last couple of weeks in the Oregon cannabis industry have been filled with confusion, accusations, and pain over announcements made by Phylos Bioscience. Last night, news broke that in relation to the still-developing situation, the Open Cannabis Project (OCP) is shutting down on May 31. The Open Cannabis Project was dedicated to charting the chemical and genetic characteristics of different strains, in the hopes of creating an open-source archival record of strains, which could benefit science and prevent corporations from patenting strains that have already been in existence.

So… what happened?

https://www.portlandmercury.com/blogtown/2019/05/07/26440866/oregons-open-cannabis-project-is-closing-on-may-31?fbclid=IwAR1XMMRSG1gOWBwRKFWvywgJNZLz8Mx5jYIeKPbm6jTYv6qFqKSxDuVwmXM






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