Medicinal production

How Lesotho is cashing in on marijuana

Lesotho is aiming to make money from the booming medicinal marijuana industry, but the BBC's Vumani Mkhize says the southern African nation already has an unheralded illicit trade in the drug for recreational use. Green dust swirls around Mampho Thulo as she uses her hands to scoop dried marijuana leaves from a…

Italian CBD greenhouse ready for 2019 growing season

CROP's large Italian CBD greenhouse facility has been upgraded and is ready for the start of the 2019 growing season. The joint venture facility, which covers 87,120 square feet and is co-owned through XHemplar S.R.L, now has a perimeter security fence being erected as well as a comprehensive CCTV security system that…

CAN (ON): JWC continues large scale expansion at second facility

James E. Wagner Cultivation Corporation has received a main building permit from the City of Kitchener – Building Division for the second phase of the construction of its second facility, which is located at 530 Manitou Drive, Kitchener, Ontario, N2C 1L3. The corporation estimates that Phase 2 will include the construction…

UK: BBC's Countryfile visits cannabis grower

Adam Henson of BBC Countryfile was granted rare access to the biggest single glass house in the UK where a controversial crop is now being grown. Here, on this East Anglia site, they used to grow food. But now the glasshouse has been converted to become one of the world’s largest producers of pharmaceutical-grade cannabis. The…

Village Farms responds to farm bill

US: "Significant demand for both greenhouse-grown and outdoor-grown hemp"

Village Farms International, following the passage by U.S. Congress of the 2018 Farm Bill, will aggressively pursue opportunities to become a vertically integrated leader in…

Houweling's Group JV to focus on cannabis flowering in 2,200,000 sq.ft. greenhouse

CAN (BC): "We have discovered the cannabis industry is not quite ready for outsourcing plant propagation"

AgraFlora Organics (formerly PUF Ventures), announces its joint venture company Propagation Services Canada is to focus on the cultivation of cannabis flowering plants and conduct propagation for its own internal needs. "and therefore will move to cultivate cannabis flowering plants due to the superior economics," said…

New Zealand passes medical marijuana bill

New Zealand’s government has passed a law that will make medical marijuana widely available for thousands of patients over time, after years of campaigning by chronically ill New Zealanders who say the drug is the only thing that eases their pain. The legislation will also allow terminally ill patients to begin…

Altria invests 1.8 billion USD in Cronos

Cronos Group has entered into a subscription agreement with Altria, pursuant to which Altria has agreed to make an approximately C$2.4 billion equity investment in Cronos Group on a private placement basis in exchange for common shares in the capital of the company. “Altria is the ideal partner for Cronos Group, providing…

Hemp: A new crop for you?

Horticulture has seen many trends over the decades, some small and some large. As states come on board with programs allowing cannabis production, the impact to horticulture is incredible, affecting growers and suppliers in many ways. Many traditional horticultural growers see these changes and welcome the opportunity to be a…

Canadian cannabis company enters Asia-Pacific market with Australian acquisition

Wayland Group is expanding into Australia, through entering into an agreement to acquire 50.1% of Tropicann, a newly formed, privately owned Australian company located in…

"California cannabis lab director caught faking pesticide tests"

As the California cannabis industry prepared for a rigorous, state-mandated testing regime that took effect on July 1, the laboratory director at Sequoia Analytical Labs in Sacramento allegedly went rogue. According to officials with Sequoia and California’s Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC), Sequoia’s lab director—unbeknownst to…

South Africa: Cannabis trade not yet legalized, but cultivation is booming

Next week, The Cannabis Expo will open in Menlyn, Pretoria, for three days of "industry, health, and agriculture" exhibits. Early ticket sales, at R150 a pop, point to a visitor attendance of around 20,000 people, organiser Silas Howarth told Business Insider South Africa, double what exhibitors had been promised. And…

The importance of Daily Light Integral (DLI) for indoor cannabis cultivation

Daily light integral (DLI), represents the number of photosynthetically active photons that are delivered to a given space over the course of a day. Considering not all wavelengths of light can be utilized by plants, it’s important to distinguish between PAR light and visible light. PAR stands for…

US (OH): Credit union to offer banking services to MMJ businesses

An Ohio-based credit union is hoping to help out the state’s medical marijuana businesses. Wright-Patt Credit Union is stepping into the void to help licensed businesses open depository accounts, use its online banking functions and electronic transfers. The Beavercreek-based bank is one of just a few hundred in the…

Canadian cannabis shipped to Czech Republic

Aurora Cannabis has received an export request, has secured the required export permit and has now completed its first shipment of medical cannabis products to the Czech…

Luxembourg set to legalize recreational cannabis

Cannabis will be made legal for recreational use in Luxembourg, it has been confirmed, according to the Luxembourg Times . During a press conference held by the three coalition parties –…

Wayland Group enters United Kingdom with Theros Pharma acquisition

Wayland Group has entered into an agreement to acquire 51% of UK based Theros Pharma, an early stage company that has successfully imported cannabis to the UK for patients…

University of Toronto researchers publish cannabis genome map

THC and CBD, bioactive substances produced by cannabis and sought by medical patients and recreational users, sprung to life thanks to ancient colonization of the plant’s genome by viruses, University of Toronto researchers have found. The finding is only one of the insights revealed by the long-awaited cannabis genome…

Canada: Cannabis cultivation licenses for universities

Eight academic institutions have obtained licences from Health Canada to cultivate cannabis for scientific purposes, allowing them to closely study the drug that was legalized…

US: New Jersey votes to legalize recreational marijuana

The state of New Jersey could be just weeks away from legalizing recreational marijuana. On Monday, lawmakers voted to advance a bill that would legalize the possession of one ounce by…

South Korea legalizes medical marijuana

South Korea has become the first east Asian country to legalize medical cannabis in a surprising move to expand the treatment options for patients with epilepsy and other rare…

Battelle and Canopy Growth join forces in cannabis research

Battelle, a nonprofit research and development organization, and Canopy Growth, announced the completion of multiple fully legal cannabis imports from Canada to the United…

CAN (ON): Cannabis recalled due to mould

A Canadian cannabis producer is recalling thousands of grams of its product from the Ontario Cannabis Store after several customers complained about mould, the latest setback…

Greece issues first MMJ licenses

Greece legalised cannabis for medical use last year and in March lifted a ban on growing and producing it. Two licences were granted on Monday, and another 12 will be issued by the end of this year, the Economy and Development Ministry said. “There is huge interest, mainly from Canada and Israel ... some of them (potential investors) are huge,”…

US (CO): Health warning issued on marijuana over unapproved pesticides

A health and safety advisory Wednesday warned people not to use marijuana cultivated by Colorado Wellness Centers because unapproved pesticides were found on some plants. The company, which also does business as Lush, had plants with traces of the pesticide pyriproxyfen on them, according to the Wednesday afternoon bulletin…

Canadian cannabis coming to Europe

A London-based cannabis retailer is taking its operations to new heights, after striking a $2.6-million deal that will serve as a “gateway to Europe.” Indiva has acquired a cultivation and handling licence in Denmark by going into business with agricultural tech company AEssenceGrows, which will also allow the producer…

Canadian growers turn to biological crop protection

Currently, the Canadian government’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has approved of 20 pesticides that can be used on commercial cannabis. This list is not static.…

Macedonian cannabis operation standardizes on LED grow light solutions

Heliospectra announces a new order from F&M 2017 DOO. The company is starting a new state-of-the-art medicinal cannabis facility in Macedonia, and has chosen to standardize on Heliospectra's solutions to fully automate their lighting environment and provide highest quality pharmaceutical products.…

What do GMP and GACP certifications mean for the cannabis industry?

As the world is rapidly opening up to cannabis, growers interested in cultivating it can choose between the two markets to serve: recreational or medicinal. Recreational market caters to customers interested in consuming cannabis and its derivatives for relaxation, for pleasure, out of curiosity etc.…

Can marijuana save this Maori town in New Zealand?

As New Zealand prepares to legalize the production of medicinal cannabis, companies are racing to secure the first and biggest slices of a market that has proved lucrative in…

US: Cannabis takes root on California’s Central Coast

It is the fall harvest here in this fertile stretch of oaks and hills that produces some of the country’s best wine. This season, though, workers also are plucking the sticky, fragrant flowers of a new crop. Marijuana is emerging among the vineyards, not as a rival to the valley’s grapes but as a high-value commodity that…

Canada: Ontario limits MJ retail operations ownership by producers

An Ontario cannabis retail licence will not be issued to a corporation if more than 9.9 per cent of it is owned or controlled by one or more licensed marijuana producers or their affiliates, the province said Thursday, dealing a blow to pot growers who have stakes in retail. The province's new pot retail regulations also…

MJardin Group to acquire GrowForce

MJardin announced a binding letter of intent to acquire GrowForce, a vertically integrated international cannabis platform headquartered in Toronto. Under the terms of the…

Aphria shareholders elect four new directors

Aphria announced the results of the shareholder resolutions considered at the company's Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders held on November 2, 2018. The Scrutineers' report recorded that an aggregate of 96,889,862 common shares were represented in person or by proxy at the meeting.   The following table summarizes the matters…

AEssenseGrows receives UL listings for complete indoor grow system

AEssenseGrows' complete AEtrium System grow environment received the coveted UL listings, validating its electrical safety. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) is the largest not-for-profit testing laboratory in the world. The listings mean UL has tested representative samples of the products and determined them to…

CAN (NB): Université de Moncton creates cannabis research project

The Université de Moncton, in partnership with the Government of Canada, Genome Atlantic, Genome Canada, New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF) and Organigram, announced the creation of an institutional research project focused on cannabis at the Université de Moncton. Dr. David Joly, Dr. Martin Filion, and Jeff…

Canopy Growth to spend $115 million to grow marijuana in EU

Canopy Growth is planning a major investment in Europe. The marijuana grower will spend more than 100 million euros ($115 million) to expand production in the EU over the next two years, according to Pierre Debs, managing director at Canopy’s Spectrum Cannabis Europe division. The weed giant -- valued at about $9.8…

Ontario Cannabis Store clears order backlog

Since October 17, the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) has received over 220,000 customer orders and has worked 24/7 to get orders out to customers. While initially faced with a…

Canada: MJ growers forced to look abroad for workers

It was a million-dollar hit for Aphria Inc. when 14,000 harvest-ready marijuana plants had to be tossed out in August. Between bud and trim for oil extraction, it meant the loss of about 2,000 kilograms of retail product. The reason? It wasn’t the quality of the cannabis — rather, the multibillion-dollar company found…

Inside one of Australia’s first legal cannabis farms

Australia's first cannabis farms are expected to be providing medical marijuana by next year. Medifarm, located in the Sunshine Coast, opened its doors to reporters recently to show the healthy plants in their facility. “I know what this plant can do, my neighbour was cured,” Medifarm master grower Steffen Kraushaar said. “So I dedicated…

CAN (ON): MMJ grower opts for water-cooled LED grow lights

Former Canadian Bell Pepper grower Sunmaster Produce, recently became a licensed producer of medical cannabis under the limited private Ontario corporation, Medisun Inc. For their state-of-the-art production facility, they have chosen a 100% LED lighting solution with the water-cooled Oreon Grow Lights. With…

CAN (SK): Ecobain exchanges herbs for cannabis

Saskatchewan vertical farm, Ecobain Naturals, announced a transition from growing food product to cannabis cultivation. With the change, the company has rebranded to Mother Labs Inc. Servicing the cannabis industry throughout Canada, Mother Labs will grow and supply clean living plants for both local and…

Five Ohio cities decriminalize cannabis

US: Michigan, Missouri, Utah, Wisconsin in favor of MJ legalization

During the midterm elections in the US, it wasn't just seats in the House and Senate that were at stake. Also on the ballot in several states was legalization of marijuana, with four states voting in favor. Michigan Voters in Michigan have opted to make their state the next to legalize marijuana. Under Michigan's new legalization law adults…

Terra Tech and Golden Leaf to merge

Terra Tech, a vertically integrated cannabis-focused agriculture company, announced that on November 2, 2018 it signed a non-binding letter of intent to merge with Golden…

CAN (ON): Cannabis grower raises CDN$18,000,000 for 345,000 sq.ft. expansion

James E. Wagner Cultivation Corporation has entered into an investment agreement with Alumina Partners dated November 6, 2018, for a draw-down equity facility of up to CDN$18,000,000 (eighteen million dollars). The agreement will provide funding for the ongoing development of JWC’s second site facility.  The…

CAN (BC): First licence for private, non-medical cannabis retail store

The first legal, private non-medical cannabis retail store licence in British Columbia has been issued in Kimberley. The licence was issued by the Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch (LCRB) to Tamarack Cannabis Boutique, and is effective Nov. 1, 2018. Now that the business is licensed, the store operator will determine when it will…

"Canadian greenhouses could mean cheaper, safer pot"

Across Canada, gleaming glass greenhouses that once grew produce for consumers are being retrofitted with air filters and light-blocking shades. Gone are the tomato plants and peppers. In their place are tens of thousands of sun-grown cannabis plants and hundreds of farmworkers transplanting, watering,…

CAN (QC): 48,000 sq.ft. high-tech cannabis growth facility opened

Aurora has announced the official opening of its latest elite, high-tech cannabis production facility in Lachute, Quebec, known to the world as Aurora "Eau." At 48,000 square feet, with 11 purpose-built grow rooms, Aurora Eau will produce up to 4,500 kg of high quality cannabis per year, all in a facility with some…

What's the future of ebb/flow containers in cannabis cultivation?

The most common container in the cannabis growth is the ebb/flow type. These containers could be handled manually, semi automatic, or full automatic. How to track and trace that? And what is the future for this kind of systems? Lars Meijer, sales manager at Codema, informed the Matthew Kind of…

Curaleaf completes largest equity raise in US cannabis history

Curaleaf Holdings CEO Joseph Lusardi is ecstatic about the company’s record-setting, $400 million USD equity raise and recent listing on the CSE. Curaleaf operates in the United States, is a fully vertical medical cannabis operator, and sells 90 percent of what the company cultivates and produces in its…

New Zealand: Cannabis grower acquires 10,000 m2 hydroponic greenhouse

Helius Therapeutics has announced the acquisition of an additional 10,000sqm hydroponic greenhouse on a 8 hectare site in Kumeu, Auckland. The company plans to grow a high-CBD (cannabidiol) cannabis in this controlled greenhouse environment.   Hydroponic greenhouse, Helius West The Kumeu site, known as Helius West, will operate…

US: Voters to decide on cannabis during midterm elections

Legal pot is poised to spread further across the country this Election Day, with millions of voters casting ballots that could roll back marijuana prohibition in two states…

US (MD): ForwardGro products ordered off the shelves

Maryland state regulators have taken a medical marijuana grower’s products off the market, prompting questions — but few answers — from dispensaries, patients and other industry players. The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission issued an “administrative hold” on all products using marijuana grown by ForwardGro, which operates…

Mexico takes big step towards cannabis legalization

Drug policy reformers claimed victory in Mexico City Wednesday after the country's Supreme Court handed down two rulings legalizing cannabis for all forms of non-commercial…

Thailand blazes ahead with push to legalise medical marijuana use

Thailand is rolling out plans to legalise medical marijuana, an official told AFP Wednesday, as the country hopes to cash in on a multi-billion dollar industry with a product its supporters hail as some of the world's best. A draft bill to permit its limited use has been sent to the military junta's National Legislative Assembly…

Cannabis cultivation license granted to New Zealand's largest site

The Ministry of Health has granted a license to cultivate cannabis to Helius Therapeutics – the first license to be issued in Auckland and the largest licensed site in the country.     Helius Therapeutics has been granted a license to cultivate cannabis plants at its East Tamaki facility. The company has become the first licensed…

Could yeast make cannabis greenhouses obsolete?

Unlike other modern high growth industries, the pot business doesn’t require a doctorate in science, or even a college degree. Much of the economic hype which surrounds the industry depends on it remaining an agricultural product. But it might not always be that way. In September, the Boston-based Ginkgo Bioworks, which…

Canada: For cannabis financiers, focus moves from growers to supply chain

With recreational cannabis now legal in Canada, the next big pot plays that could start emerging for investment banks and other lenders may not have anything to do with actually growing plants. Rather, those opportunities could involve more routine things, such as the packaging or shipping of cannabis. Ratings agency…

Vanuatu legalizes medical marijuana

The Republic of Vanuatu, a 277,000-person South Pacific nation, has legalized medical cannabis. According to a series of official documents procured by Benzinga, the country will now allow the cultivation, production and use of medical marijuana. The plant was previously allowed to be grown for research purposes only, as the country,…

Marapharm changes name to Liht

Marapharm, a public company with substantial medical and adult-use cannabis assets in the United States and Canada, has changed its name to Liht. The company’s common shares are expected to commence trading on…

Poland greenlights medical cannabis imports

The Polish Ministry of Health granted Aurora approval for its first shipment of medical cannabis to Poland. Aurora Deutschland GmbH will ship the products to a pain treatment center and a hospital in Warsaw. This is believed to be the first time a non-government run business has been granted approval to…

Mexican government curious about Canadian marijuana legalization

The office of Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced on Friday that key members of his incoming cabinet will discuss marijuana legalization with Canadian government officials on a visit to the country next week. As part of the trip by seven secretaries-designate, officials from the two nations…

US (WA): 35,000 sq.ft. cannabis greenhouse begins harvesting

CROP announced that its tenant has begun harvesting at the greenhouse complex known as ‘The Park’, situated in Wheeler Park, Washington State. The Park’s 35,000 square foot cannabis greenhouse recently underwent a complete retrofit for hydroponic automation and the addition of 500 Gavita HPS grow lights. It has five flowering bays…

US: Update on conversion of largest cannabis greenhouse in Nevada

Flower One has provided an update on its conversion of the largest commercial-scale cannabis greenhouse in Nevada. Once completed, the facility will be home to Flower One’s…

CAN (BC): Zenabis receives $1m equity investment from Songhees Nation

Sun Pharm has received a $1m equity investment from the Songhees Nation. The investment took the form of a private placement of 345,610 common shares of Sun Pharm at a price…

Canada: Marijuana is legal now, but not for South Koreans

Canada became the second country in the world to legalise recreational marijuana last week, but for South Koreans hoping to try the drug, their hopes have just gone up in smoke. Police in South Korea have repeatedly told their citizens not to partake in this newfound freedom, with the latest warning…

CAN (ON): Cannabis production facility coming to Rama

Rama First Nation is getting into the cannabis culture. On Wednesday, when cannabis became legal in Canada, it was announced Rama would be home to a pot-production facility as part of a joint venture with GrowForce. The facility will create about 100 jobs. GrowForce’s financing partner, Bridging Finance, is an Indigenous-led company and has been working…

New micro boiler to remediate low cannabis yields under cool temperatures

Smart Cannabis Corp. has announced a new product line to their agritech portfolio. The SMART Micro Boiler is designed to remediate low cannabis yields cultivators typically…

CAN (ON): 1.3 million sq.ft. greenhouse to supply cannabis to TerrAscend

TerrAscend Canada has entered into a multi-year cultivation agreement with PharmHouse, a joint venture between Canopy Rivers and the principals and operators of a North…

How Britain produces nearly half the world's medical marijuana

One day last summer, residents of rural Norfolk began to complain about a strange and pungent smell wafting across the Fens just south of King's Lynn. Soon, officers were knocking on the door of a massive greenhouse complex covering roughly 18 hectares of farmland (the size of 23 football pitches) next to the…

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Webinar: Latest development in research on LED for cannabis

Valoya, manufacturer of LED grow lights, known for their photobiology research focus, announce a free webinar for professional cultivators of cannabis. In this free webinar you will hear about the latest scientific findings regarding LED light for cannabis. Independent research data on cannabis is…

Flower One acquires Nevada cannabis cultivator and producer

Flower One has entered into agreements with NLV Organics and related parties to purchase a 100% interest in a property in North Las Vegas, Nevada, and all of the business'…

"The Star Group not getting lost in the weed(s)"

As Canada moves toward legalization of recreational cannabis nationwide, The Star Group is moving in a different direction. Star has rejected any participation in the cannabis…

Former Prime Minister of Canada joins cannabis company

Acreage Holdings, one of the United States’ largest vertically integrated, multi-state cannabis operators, announced as part of its pending Canadian public transaction that…

Cannabis legalization: challenges and opportunities

Canada rolls out the green carpet

October 17, 2018. On this historical day, recreational cannabis becomes legal in Canada. While medical marijuana has been legal for some time now, the legalization of recreational pot in such a big potential market represents a paradigm shift in the industry (by the way, if you're curious about where…

St. Vincent hops on the MMJ bandwagon

Just about two weeks ago, authorities in Jamaica approved of the island’s first shipment of oil extracted from the increasingly trendy marijuana plant to be exported to…

CAN (ON): How cannabis is transforming the Tomato Capital of Canada

Located around Canada’s southernmost point, the Leamington and Kingsville area has one of the warmest climates in Canada. The town of 30,000 people has seen 21 of its approximately 120 greenhouse growers convert entirely to cannabis production or be acquired by a larger firm, according to James Cox,…

CAN (ON): Aphria destroys batch of marijuana due to lack of qualified workers

A Leamington company in the red-hot pot industry destroyed a batch of weed because it couldn’t find enough skilled production workers in time. Producer Aphria said it disposed of 13,642 plants after “a lack of qualified local labour” for greenhouse jobs slowed harvesting. It means that one week's crop rotation outgrew maximum quality. Read…

CAN (BC): Flowr and Scotts’ Hawthorne break ground on cannabis R&D facility

Flowr, a Canadian Licensed Producer of premium cannabis products, and Hawthorne celebrated the ground breaking for the construction of North America’s first research and development facility dedicated to advancing cannabis cultivation techniques and systems. Hawthorne Canada is a subsidiary of Hawthorne…

UK Government legalizes medicinal cannabis

For the first time in the UK, expert doctors have been given the option to legally issue prescriptions for cannabis-based medicines when they agree that their patients could benefit from this treatment. Patients can be prescribed medicinal cannabis by specialist doctors from 1 November 2018. The law change came after…

MedMen to acquire PharmaCann for US$682 million

MedMen and Chicago-based PharmaCann have signed a binding letter of intent for MedMen to acquire PharmaCann in an all-stock transaction valued at $682 million. The resulting pro-forma company…

Canopy Growth completes first legal MMJ export from Canada to US

Canopy Growth has completed a legal transfer of cannabis products to a research partner in the United States. To the company's knowledge, this transfer is the first export of legal cannabis products from Canada to the United States pursuant to an import permit issued by the federal United States Drug…

US (MA): AmeriCann releases designs for 345,000 sq.ft. MJ facility

AmeriCann has released designs for Building 2 which includes 345,000 square feet of cannabis manufacturing and cultivation infrastructure at its 52-acre Massachusetts Medical Cannabis Center (MMCC) in Freetown, MA. The configuration of Building 2 includes over 100,000 square feet of dedicated cannabis extraction, processing and…

US: Cresco Labs raises $100 million to continue strategic acquisition and growth plans

Cresco Labs announced the closing of its oversubscribed Series D funding round securing $100 million (US), making it the second largest private funding round in U.S. cannabis history. These funds provide Cresco Labs with the capital they need as they continue to expand the footprint to produce and…

ICC breaks ground on Colombian Cannabis Centre of Excellence

ICC has commenced construction of its Colombian Cannabis Centre of Excellence. The Company’s COE will serve as headquarters for the company's flagship property, the Cannabis…

Combined entity will have 3.5 million square feet of growing space

CAN (BC): Bevo Agro taken over by cannabis grower, changes name to Zenabis

Bevo Agro has signed an Arrangement Agreement dated October 4, 2018 with Sun Pharm for a reverse take-over of Bevo. The Transaction involves three main elements: the amalgamation of Sun Pharm with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bevo, with Sun Pharm shareholders receiving Bevo shares representing 86% of the outstanding Bevo shares (the expected exchange…

Hemp cultivation reaches new highs... in space

Space Tango has announced the creation of a new subsidiary enterprise focused on research and development surrounding the plant biology and properties of hemp. The primary objective of the separate enterprise is the potential enhancement and bioengineering of this novel and versatile plant for…

US (CO): Some growers want specific organic cannabis designation

Will marijuana users pay more for weed that is grown using organic production methods? Some Denver-area growers say yes and they want to see the state create a certification for cannabis grown without toxic or synthetic fertilizers, GMOs or artificial preservatives or colors. “Consumers deserve to know that there…

Canada: Hawthorne's cannabis partner Flowr goes public

Flowr's shares will be available for trading on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol FLWR at market open on September 26, 2018. This follows the recent completion by Flowr of both an oversubscribed $C36 million capital raise and reverse takeover of a capital pool company previously listed on the…

"CO2 foliar spray leads to 74% increased commercial cannabis bud value"

Toronto based CO2 GRO announced another successful cannabis trial with a minimum 45% increase in cannabis bud value (74% including THC increase) using GROW's patented…

Canadian cannabis grower leases 87,120 sq.ft. greenhouse in Italy

CROP has leased a 87,120 square foot greenhouse facility in Italy through its joint venture with XHemplar. Work has already begun on upgrading  the site security which includes cameras and fencing. In addition, CROP will be working with XHemplar to open two retail locations before the end of the year, as well as build…

CAN (BC): $40 million investment for 2,200,000 sq.ft. cannabis greenhouse

PUF Ventures, an advanced Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations license applicant, and Delta Organic Cannabis, a privately held Toronto-based cannabis investment…


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