ABOVE: AuricAG sales director Joby Sewell checks the labeling inside the drying room where the first small harvest is drying. Down the hallway, other growing rooms are framed out and covered with plastic.
LEFT: Sticky, pungent trichomes cling to the leaves of a pot bud that is a few weeks away from harvest.
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