Designing greenhouses to mitigate threat of cannabis crop destruction caused by hemp seeds cross-pollination

Smart Cannabis Corp primary subsidiary, Next Generation Farming, has designed a new greenhouse specifically aiming to blunt the "threat of cross-pollination of hemp which is compromising cannabis crops anywhere within 18 miles of being grown and harvested," the company explains. 

They continue: "The new feature of the newly modified greenhouse is the ventilation system which has been specifically designed to prohibit infiltration of hemp seed which can reportedly travel up to 18 miles. Hemp is federally permitted to grow in the open and its seed can cross-pollinate with cannabis, destroying an entire cannabis crop and potentially wreaking havoc on the cannabis industry." 

“We’re adverse to any threat our clients’ cannabis cultivation businesses face. Our entire objective is to design quality products, implement effective technology, integrate excellent resources of partners, and leverage expertise of industry experts and our company advisors to enable our clients to realize year-round, high yield cannabis cultivation. Developing a solution to the recent threat of hemp cross-pollination was an urgent task we’re pleased to be able to deliver on,” stated John Taylor, President and CEO.

"The greenhouses are a modification of the company’s coveted Gutter Connect Series which significantly increases grow space. It also integrates the company’s SMART App, SMART Filter Air Circulation System, SMART Multi Spectrum Grow Light, and SMART Micro Boiler. Exact details of the materials used to prohibit cross-pollination will remain confidential at this time."

For more information:
Smart Cannabis Corp.
(424) 732-7646     

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