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Sam Wood is a health and science writer. Pennsylvania’s first medical marijuana will be harvested the last week of January and delivered to dispensaries by the second week of February, according to one of the state’s 12 cultivators. Products from Cresco Yeltrah, a licensed cannabis grower and processor based near Pittsburgh, will be shipped the week of Feb. 11 from the company’s Brookville cultivation center to state-approved dispensaries. So far, only the Keystone Canna Remedies dispensary in Bethlelem has been approved to open by the Department of Health. “It’s coming sooner than people think,” said Kent Hartley, Cresco Yeltrah’s cofounder. Pa.’s first legal marijuana harvest this month, in shops by Valentines Day

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