Learn about the Ohio Medical Marijuana Industry

MaryJane Agency keep you informed of the latest news and information as it relates to the State of Ohio's Medical Marijuana Control Program.

The new Ohio Medical Marijuana industry will allow cannabis companies the opportunity to offer work in a variety of sectors such as accounting, advocacy, agriculture, compliance, customer service, human resources, marketing, packaging, processing, sales, staffing, technology, web design and more.

How do you become a horticulturist?

The first step is to obtain a Bachelor's Degree. Becoming a horticulturalist begins with a bachelor's degree program in horticulture, botany, or a related field. Most bachelor's degree programs last four years and begin with introductory courses in botany, chemistry, and soil science.

What is the average salary of a botanist?

While the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) doesn't collect information on botanists specifically, it lists the 2012 average annual salary for soil and plant scientists as $58,990. However, The Scientist's 2014 Life Sciences Salary Survey gives the average 2014 salary for plant scientists as $92,890
July 24, 2018

Medical marijuana in Ohio: 8 key questions answered as the program nears

Medical marijuana was supposed to be in Ohio patients’ hands by Sept. 8, but officials say there’s no way that deadline will be met. Despite delays, […]