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Seth Jacobs talks about his 500 pounds of marijuana he grew on his Slack Hollow farm in Argyle, N.Y., Friday, May 12, 2023. Jacobs is one of hundreds of small farmers growing New York's first legal adult marijuana crop and is having trouble moving product because there's only a dozen licensed dispensaries statewide to sell to. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)
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New York's fledgling marijuana market doesn't have enough licensed retailers to sell the 300,000 pounds of cannabis grown by farmers in the state.