Crop Infrastructure Corp has completed the construction of its 57,600 square foot nursery in Nye County, Nevada and announces it is ready to grow. Equipped with LED lighting, designed to enhance the growth of the plants, the company calls it a 'key project in order to maximize yield, reduce farming risk and costs for the 2019 planting season."
It's the second building project being finished this year. Earlier Crop Infrastructure announced that it has nearly finished a 1,600 sq ft genetics, tissue culturing and micropropagation lab at its Nevada Farms.
Trays and LED
"The Nye County farm has been equipped with trays and LED lighting specially designed to enhance the growth of plant starts for the 2019 CBD farms licenced on the company’s various properties in the state. This was a key project in order to maximize yield, reduce farming risk and costs for the 2019 planting season," the team with the company explains.
Michael Yorke, CROP CEO, says: "We are very proud of our team members for putting in the extra hours to ensure the season ahead is as successful and profitable as can be. We are encouraged by the number of interested parties in the products we are producing and will look to secure long term reliable relationships to the benefit of stakeholders and the company’s farming, marketing and construction divisions.