Sparx Cannabis, a vertically-integrated, family-owned and California-grown cannabis lifestyle company, announced the acquisition of multiple licenses for the cultivation and distribution of cannabis and cannabis-derived products in the state of California.
According to the company, the distribution license provides Sparx Cannabis with the ability to distribute product across the state of California. The company’s distribution building, which is currently under construction, will be the hub for product intake, packaging and storing.
"We look forward to creating jobs as operations expand for individuals with various levels of work experience. More than 10,000 jobs will be added to California’s cannabis market in 2019, according to a recent report. In addition, the California cannabis market is projected to hit $5.6 billion by 2020," the team with the company explains.
Sparx Cannabis has over 100,000 square feet of cultivation space between the following two environmentally-controlled automated cannabis facilities in Monterey County, California:
According to the company, Harkins is currently in their fifth harvest, with each harvest producing approximately 600 pounds of cannabis flower. "Currently, there are 3,800 plants, and at Harkins Grow, Sparx Cannabis is able to produce its own clones. All trimming of cannabis flower is done at the Harkins location by hand. At this location, there are five drying containers that dry product more quickly and efficiently than other methods."
Sparx Farms is one of the newest greenhouses in Salinas. Sparx Cannabis’ plan is to harvest at the greenhouse facility every two weeks. At this location, there are over 10,000 clones and Sparx will house 10 drying containers, according to them.
“These licenses will help us not only create and grow our products but distribute it statewide,” said Sparx Cannabis Co-founder Chandler Halpern. “We have incredible locations in one of the most fertile areas in the entire country to grow and greenhouses that are unlike anything that has been built on the central coast of California.”
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