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Micro Lab Farms Provides Cultivation Systems and Investor Opportunity in New Cannabis Complex
June 14, 2019
Micro Lab Farms has made it possible to rapidly and affordably enter or expand in the legal cannabis industry with its “GrowPod” cultivation systems.
The company is the developer of fully automated turnkey systems for production of legal cannabis, and announced that it is providing the cultivation technology for a revolutionary new cultivation complex that offers individuals a unique way to enter the cannabis industry in the largest market in the world.
The California Cannabis Cultivation Complex is under development and will feature over 100 of Micro Lab Farms’ Cultivation Rooms. These fully automated, individual “GrowPods” have been shown to grow cannabis at a faster rate than conventional means of agriculture.
The turnkey project is being developed by leading real estate and cannabis experts, and vital components including water, power, licensing, environmental impact reports, and construction permits are already in place.
The host city is “cannabis friendly” and provides some of the lowest taxes in the state, as well a dedicated “Medical Marijuana Cultivation and Manufacturing Zone.”
The “Micro Farms” that are being deployed at the California Cannabis Complex allow cultivation to take place year-round, and have been shown to produce higher yields with greater consistency than other farming methods.
Micro Lab Farm’s systems eliminate pathogens, contaminants, pesticides and chemicals, to produce clean and robust crops.
The company's "GrowPods" are modular, indoor micro-farms that feature a controlled environment, state-of-the-art air and water filtration, proprietary pathogen-free living soils, and automation systems that far outperform other methods of cultivation, and produce clean, robust crops without pathogens, contaminants, pesticides or chemicals.
The company says that qualified investors can participate in this opportunity, and can receive more information upon request by calling (951) 266-6096, or visiting: www.microlabfarms.com