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The Hazy Future Of Dutch Pot

• Despite a thriving marijuana culture, the Netherlands risks falling behind the U.S.
A seed packet from Amsterdam’s Sensi Seeds

Since the Netherlands decriminalized marijuana in 1976, Amsterdam’s “coffee shops”—which are much more about joints than java—have become a destination for weed lovers from around the globe. But pot has never been fully legalized there: You won’t get busted for smoking or selling small quantities, but producing or selling it in bulk remains a legal gray zone. And that’s hobbling the Dutch marijuana industry as full legalization speeds ahead elsewhere.

Dutch seeds are considered the gold

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