A BC-based cannabis producer will be the first aquaponics cannabis facility to use coho salmon.
Habitat Craft Cannabis has received a micro-cultivation licence from Health Canada, allowing them to cultivate craft cannabis and coho salmon at its fully constructed aquaponics facility in Chase, B.C
Harnessing a proprietary aquaponics system the producer hopes to garner a terpene-rich and cannabinoid-rich flower while using eco-responsible practices.
“We are the first aquaponic cannabis cultivators to use coho salmon. This gives us a unique opportunity to compete in two exciting and emerging industries; craft cannabis and inland salmon production,” said Rudi Schiebel, Co-Founder and CEO of Habitat. “As a customer-focused organization, providing consumers with high-quality salmon and premium craft cannabis simultaneously is a feat we are proud of; but being able to reimagine agriculture and its relationship with the environment around us is why we get up in the morning.”
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