Denver County Accounted For At Least 60 Percent Of That Total, With 2,878,391 Plants.

Colorado Marijuana Sales, Licenses Increase in the First Half of 2016 In all, 16,033 licenses were added; that total covers retail and medical stores, cultivation facilities, product-manufacturing facilities and testing facilities.Retail manufacturing facilities alone rose by 15 percent from 2015. There were nearly 4.7 million marijuana plants officially cultivated in Colorado during the first six months of 2016. Denver County accounted for at least 60 percent of that total, with 2,878,391 plants. Boulder came in second with a count of 387,310.On average, there were 225,917 more plants cultivated each month throughout the state than in the first six months of 2015. Increases were not enjoyed across medical marijuana the state, however, as more jurisdictions limited the number and/or locations of licenses awarded to marijuana businesses, or banned cannabis altogether. In the first six months of 2016, 219 Colorado jurisdictions banned medical and retail marijuana outright; seventeen banned medical marijuana licenses, and nine banned retail marijuana licenses. Flower was more popular with medical patients in the first half of last year. Medicinal sales topped 80,721 pounds betweenJanuary and June. During that same time period, 73,064 pounds were sold recreationally.

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