The number of the product batches of legal cannabis which are undergoing the testing in a lab in California every month has seen a rebound after the lull that had come in spring and the summer and till the late days of November had been at pace with growing more than what it was growing before the year ended. However the increase in the product which is legal making it through the supply chain had been met with a reaction which was mixed from the insiders of the industry in California as the market which is turbulent in the state has been struggling to find a stability measure.
Some have taken it as a sign of positivity that the licensed cannabis of the state businesses is going upwards while the others have said that that it is more evidence of the illicit market being far stronger than the legal market. The Bureau of Cannabis Control in California had started issuing the regular reports which test the outcomes for the legal products of cannabis in the month of October in 2018 at the stage where the number of batches which had been tested was just a fraction over 3,400.
These numbers rose early in the year 2019 and had reached more than 5,100 batches in the month of April before they fell to 4,100 in the month of June. This declined had caused the concerns over there being a downturn in supply which was available while the others called it a dip that was seasonal and the data recently has been supporting this particular claim with the numbers as on 27th of November reaching 6,137.