GreenGro Technologies Inc. (OTCMKTS:GRNH) has announced the commencement of work on a large-scale Industrial Hemp Project in Hemet, California. The move comes at the back of the recently announced alliance with Organna LLC.
GreenGro to commence work on 50 Acre farm in Hemet
The company’s subdivision CBD Ventures, has already made the first on-site planning visit, with Organna expected to follow its analysis of the property. This will set the stage for the development of the 50-acre farm in Hemet. Since he was appointed as CBD Venture’s CEO in November last year, Tom Schaefer has been working to relocate the CBD Ventures’ industrial hemp registrations to a bigger property. Schaefer considers the expansion as vital to CBD Venture’s long-term mission. Elixir Botanicals LLC controls the 50-acre property in Hemet, and there is a possibility to expand to another 60 acres.
The Project’s focus will be developing and cultivating proprietary Industrial Hemp strains with dominant cannabinoid CBG concentrations. GreenGro’s COO James Haas understands the importance of the company operating at the industry’s cutting edge. Since CBG is cutting edge, Haas commenced negotiations to deliver a 10,000 pound per day Chieftain Hemp Extraction Systems to the property. Haas said that the distillate machine has the potential of processing 100 liters in 10 hours. With the 50 acres Certified Organic Industrial Hemp Farm, there is huge offload potential of the Hemp Extraction system.
GreenGro allies with Organna
The alliance with organic certification firm Organna was a brainchild of GreenGro CEO Darrel Courtney brainchild. Courtney took reigns at the company in October, and he is at the forefront of transforming the company in the Industrial Hemp sector. The CEO identified Arkansas-based Organna as a major player in the Industrial Hemp Organic certification space. He quickly assessed a formal business alliance that will mutually benefit both companies.
Organna’s CEO Blake Heafner said that big-box retailers will only enter the CBD market if there are fully traceable and Compliant organic, GMP, and Non-GMO supply chains. He added that the standards are necessary when dealing with human consumption products.