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US (CA): Sweet Leaf Hydroponics installs automation upgrades

Smart Cannabis reseller Sweet Leaf Hydroponics has sold approximately $100,000 in phase II accessory and automation upgrades to an existing client. The cannabis cultivation client originally purchased the basic quick deploy versions of Smart Cannabis Greenhouses in early spring to capitalize on the early growing season. According to Smart Cannabis CEO John Taylor, “This is a typical scenario for clients that are short on time or lack the capital to install a fully automated system in the first phase of their journey toward fully automated greenhouses. We are excited that Sweet Leaf worked with us to service the customer well, and  now they are back to add phase two, which is to add on all the automation and blackout systems that utilize our Smartapp to make the greenhouses produce revenue year round.”  

Jay DeSalvatore, president of Sweet Leaf Hydroponics Inc., speaking on behalf of the licensed cultivator stated “our mutual client is very pleased with the quality of the Smart Cannabis Greenhouse and did not hesitate to invest an additional $100,000 plus dollars to move to phase two of the project, thus giving them year-round cultivation capability in several greenhouses. The result is a tenfold increase in their production and revenue capacity at the fully licensed site in Northern California.”

Next Generation Farming, the greenhouse subsidiary of Smart Cannabis Corp., has installed approximately thirty production greenhouse systems across northern California.

Smart Cannabis Vice President Don Smith said, “leveraging Sweet Leaf Hydroponics’ strong retail presence and vast customer base continues to expand our sales and support resources in the Northern California marketplace which we feel we have a dominant market position. We look forward to announcing upcoming 4th quarter deals and closing out the year as one of the most successful companies ever to enter this marketplace.”

For more information:
Next Generation Farming
1430 Blue Oaks Blvd., #250
Roseville, CA 95747
(424) 732-7646
hello@nextgen.farm
nextgen.farm

Publication date: 10/12/2017

 


 

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