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  • United States (Your average ounce of weed will cost you $258.22 for some medium quality weed as of August, 2014)
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  • Florida
  • New York
  • Washington
  • Canada (Your average ounce of weed will cost you $193.45 for some medium quality weed as of August, 2014)

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Colorado’s average price of a pound of wholesale marijuana grows for fourth straight quarter

At $999 per pound, state-set average hits highest point since April 2018

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Like a hiker with a fourteener fix, the price of wholesale pot just keeps climbing in Colorado, according to the state statistics.

Between May 1 and July 31, the average price of a pound of dried marijuana sold wholesale to stores hit $999, according to the Colorado Department of Revenue. That’s a nearly $150 jump over the $850 average the state recorded in July.

The $999 average market rate price, a figure used by the state when assessing its 15% excise tax on retail marijuana sales and transfers, takes effect Oct. 1. It marks the fourth straight three-month reporting period during which the cost of bud rose. In October 2018, a pound was going for $759 on average.

The average cost of buds destined to be turned into extract products also rose during the reporting period, hitting $254, up from $227. Whole undried plants rose to $173 per pound from $152 and average seed costs rose to $5 each from $4. The prices of wholesale trim and immature plants were flat at $325 per pound and $8 apiece respectively.

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The record average price per pound of wholesale bud was set in January 2015 at $2,007, state data shows. The last time the average price per pound was over $1,000 was in April of last year.

Between May 1 and July 31, the average price of a pound of dried marijuana sold or transferred from a commercial grow operation in Colorado hit $999.