Core One Labs has received a Provisional Nursery License for Core Isogenics Inc.
"Core Isogenics received a yearly renewable Provisional Cultivation License issued by the California Department of Food and Agriculture for the Company's production facility in Adelanto, CA. This license is issued for the full year and will need to be renewed in September of 2020," the team with the company explains. "As stated in the recent issuance of the Nursery license article, the State of California has not started issuing annual licenses yet; once they do, it is the Company's understanding that Core Isogenics will not be required to submit any additional documentation in order to receive an annual license."
As of the date of this news release, the Company has been issued yearly renewable provisional licenses in four categories including Nursery, Cultivation, Manufacturing, and Distribution. Initially, the Company planned to apply for a Medium Indoor Cultivation license but after careful review of the site plans it was determined that a Small Indoor Cultivation license would save the Company a significant amount in yearly licensing fees while maintaining the same space available for cultivation.
"The Cultivation License covers two rooms, a vegetative room and a flowering room which is slightly larger in square footage. The vegetative room houses a two-story state-of-the-art rolling table system and 192 lights. The flower room includes the same two-story state-of-the-art rolling table system but holds 288 lights. Both the flowering and the vegetative rooms have automated watering systems in order to keep an accurate feeding regiment for the plants and to reduce the amount of labor required to service them. The genetics for the rooms are bread by Core Isogenics' Nursery located in the same facility, in the room adjacent to the cultivation rooms. All of the product grown will be either wholesaled in bulk or broken down into smaller sizes and sold under an in-house brand for the Company's affiliated Highway 395 Dispensary. "