LSU is seeking contractors to grow medical marijuana at an indoor facility near its Baton Rouge campus (G. Andrew Boyd, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)
LSU will begin taking offers from contractors to produce marijuana for the state for medical purposes.
The marijuana-growing operation is estimated to cost $10 million and will be paid for by the contractor.
LSU professor Ted Gauthier tells WBRZ-TV there’s been much interest from people in and out of state. He says he expects there will be about 10 finalists to choose from.
Louisiana State University is looking for medical marijuana farmers