CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE:CROP, OTC:CRXPF) (“CROP” or the “Company”) announced today that its tenant at the Humboldt County California property has started harvesting cannabis from 10,000 square feet of greenhouses.
The operation began in the first of five 2,000 square foot greenhouses and in the remaining four greenhouses harvesting will be at the rate of one per week. As each greenhouse’s cannabis is harvested, new starter plants will populate the free canopy space. Once the crops have all been taken down ,an additional 20,000 sq. ft of canopy crop will be harvested, at which time the plants should be mature.
CROP Infrastructure Director & CEO Michael Yorke states: “This is an exciting time at CROP as our California property’s tenant reaches its first harvest. First production is always a very important milestone as the results will be analyzed closely and will give an indication of what is not only achievable long term on this property, but also similar ones.”
About Humboldt Holdings LLC
Located in Humboldt County, California the property is 8.46 acres and currently houses a 10,000 square foot greenhouse as well as a barn, garage and residence. On site are five 5,000-gallon water tanks, a well and pump house and a 30 x 60 ft. drying shed. The property is zoned for a 10,000 square foot medical and a 20,000 square foot recreational cannabis license.
CROP Infrastructure Corp. is publicly listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange and trades under the symbol “CROP” and in the US under the symbol “CRXPF”. CROP is primarily engaged in the business of investing, constructing, owning and leasing greenhouse projects as part of the provision of turnkey real estate solutions for lease-to-licensed cannabis producers and processors offering best-in-class operations. The Company’s portfolio of projects includes cultivation properties in California, Washington State, Nevada, Italy, Jamaica and a joint venture on West Hollywood and San Bernardino dispensary applications. CROP has developed a portfolio of 15 Cannabis brands and has US and Italian distribution rights to a line of over 55 topical cannabis products from The Yield Growth Corp.
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