Terra Tech Corp. has announced that it has completed the renovation of its cultivation facility located on West Grand Avenue, Oakland, in California. "One of the goals of the facility will be to research and develop various cultivation techniques to optimize efficiencies and crop yields. Planting of new crops is expected to commence later this week and all cannabis cultivated at the facility will be sold under the company’s premium IVXX brand to California’s medical and adult-use markets.", the team with the company explains.
The company continues, "The newly renovated facility features an upgraded power capacity to allow for more output and a larger vegetation room to support the cultivation of a greater variety of cannabis strains. The rooms are redesigned to incorporate better environmental controls, therefore improving the company’s ability to cool and dehumidify the rooms and minimize the risk of mold growth. The facility is equipped with a total of 112 high pressure sodium light bulbs (28 bulbs per room) capable of flowering 1,120 pounds of cannabis a year. It also has 18 LED flowering lights that allow for more efficient and environmentally sustainable cultivation. After perfecting the LED lights growing style, Terra Tech aims to convert the facility to 100% LED flowering lights."
Derek Peterson, Chief Executive Officer, said, “The renovation and upgrade of our cultivation facility in Oakland, California, provides expanded capacity to support sales growth of our IVXX cannabis products in California. This cultivation facility is designed to enable us to cultivate a greater variety of cannabis strains and explore various growing styles in order to create high quality products at maximum efficiency, to make us more profitable growers.”
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