With autumn tightening its grip on Alaska, the state’s first-ever commercial marijuana harvests are underway.
At Greatland Ganja, a marijuana grow in this small town on the Kenai Peninsula, brothers Leif and Arthur Abel are nearly finished pulling their cannabis plants from the high tunnels they call “gnome domes,” where 10 different strains grew throughout the summer.
“We’ve got probably over half our crop already dried and partly cured,” Leif said Wednesday, standing in one of the facility’s four rooms, surrounded by bins of marijuana being processed by workers.
Around 75 pounds of dried marijuana had been processed so far, Leif said. The company is hoping for roughly 100 pounds from this first crop.
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