Colorado marijuana prices have dropped to their lowest point since recreational pot sales began in 2014, according to the state Department of Revenue. The DOR’s average market rates (AMR) for wholesale marijuana are released every quarter. Despite including “average” in the name, the AMR actually measures median prices of various wholesale marijuana categories, including flower, trim and plant matter allocated for extraction. Two of those categories are now lower than they’ve been since the DOR began tracking such data.
The most recent AMR report shows marijuana flower sitting at $658 per pound, about 7 percent less than the AMR of $709 released in June — the previous record low. And trim allocated for extraction and infused products slid to $76 per pound, the lowest point since the…
Westword Staff 2022-09-18 07:48:00
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