Mendocino County, part of the famous California Emerald Triangle — known for growing what is perhaps the world’s best sun-growing marijuana — provides a unique opportunity for cannabis users to vote to choose their favorites from 28 cured colored products.
“Despite the fact that cannabis Mendocino has an excellent reputation, very few of our high-quality products are sold south of Sonoma County,” said Russell Green, founder and CEO of three dispensaries in Mendocino County.
Green’s long-held dream was to demonstrate, sell, and distribute high-end cannabis flowers grown in the county to a wider audience. As a result, “We created the Kure Mendocino Invitational, a consumer competition in which customers vote to determine the county’s premier cultivators.”
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“In February 2022, we will have at our disposal 28-gram boxes of” samples “to be purchased by the public. These samples will contain 28 individual grams from the top 28 farms. We believe that the public is driving the cannabis market. We respect the opinion of consumers and want them to have a say in identifying the excellent cannabis in our region.
The idea for Invitational is simple. “It’s time to harvest, we will accept applications from local, licensed farms. The first 28 participants who meet our high quality standards will be included in the competition. Kure staff will perform the heavy lifting – testing, packaging, production and marketing of the flower. “
Invitational will start on September 10, 2021, and an information dinner for farmers will be held in the Kure’s Lake Mendocino Drive store.
“We will introduce ourselves to farmers, introduce the concept of the event and encourage farmers to register.” Interested participants should contact Kure for RSVP. Kure will start accepting high quality flowers for viewing from October 1 to December 31. All 28 participants will be included in a commemorative brochure, and all 28 strains will be sold at Kure’s and regional partners’ outlets.
Customers will have the entire month of February to evaluate cannabis and cast their votes on a confidential online portal. “Once we have determined the winners, we will organize an elegant dinner for our farmers and their guests on April 1, 2022. We want to keep this event simple, safe and focused on the people who are responsible for growing what is probably the best cannabis. in the world. “
“We hope that there is enough interest to repeat the Invitational event throughout the year, thus providing our farmers with reliable retail outlets to sell their goods, thus generating the necessary revenue and trust for our county, while creating fun , a memorable event for our customers and supporters, ”Green concluded.