IN JOSEPHINE COUNTY, THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS GAVE INITIAL SUPPORT, WEDNESDAY, TO RESTRICTIONS ON COMMERCIAL MARIJUANA GROWING OPERATIONS IN RURAL-RESIDENTIAL ZONES SAYS THE GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER. THE NEW RULES WOULD BAN MOST COMMERCIAL MARIJUANA PRODUCTION ON RURAL-RESIDENTIAL LOTS OF FIVE ACRES OR LESS. THEY WOULD ALSO LIMIT THE SIZE OF FARMS ON THE SAME KIND OF PROPERTIES THAT ARE LARGER THAN FIVE ACRES.