You mean “traditional “ market. Back to basics! Same shit here in CaliAt this point it's a lot harder to get into the legal side of the business. The market in Colorado has gone way down, as well. County and city municipalities have made growing harder. In El Paso county, CO for example, you cannot grow more than 12 plants even if you have a license to grow 75, unless you live on agricultural-zoned land. I've heard Denver you can only grow 4 plants.
Basically there's a lot more red tape than there was a couple years ago and with legalization it's a lot harder to make money in a legal operation. When dispensaries are selling 50 dollar ounces it makes it a lot less profitable to grow out here now. Most people having to resort to black market sales, shipping their flower out of state and getting busted by the DEA in return.