CAN (BC): Cherry Wine hemp seedlings ready for transplanting

Future Farm Technologies has successfully completed the indoor cultivation stage of its 2019 hemp-for-wellness crop. "Nearly 200,000 seedlings are now ready to be transplanted from the our facility in Belfast, Maine to a 100-acre field in Hersey, Maine," the team with the company says.

Cherry Wine Hemp Seedlings from Future Farm’s Belfast, Maine Propagation Facility 

Future Farm continues to expect that the 2019 crop will yield over 130,000 pounds of biomass. "The carefully controlled indoor propagation effort allows the transplanting to occur at the optimal time, despite an extraordinarily wet winter and spring. The timing will position the seedlings to mature into healthy plants yielding a high percentage of CBD and other valuable compounds," they continue. 

The Company will process the biomass from the crop with the help of its valued processing providers. As a result, Future Farm expects to offer product manufacturers premium quality distillates, isolates, extracts, water soluble products and much sought after zero THC products.

According to Zachary Lapan and Nate Gray, the managers of the growing operation, “With our inaugural 2018 harvest and processing under our belts, and applying valuable lessons learned, we are confident that the 2019 crop will be outstanding.”

For more information:
Future Farm Technologies
342 Compass Circle
North Kingstown RI 02852
T: (617) 834-9467
info@futurefarmtech.com 
futurefarmtech.com  


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