Core One Labs announces that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Core Isogenics, has begun a highly complex nutritional regimen to accelerate the growth of cannabis plants and increase flower yield and quality.
The Core Isogenics' nursery has dedicated approximately 25% of the genetic rooms to a project with Reiziger Holland to improve harvest yields. The initial project is now in its second month of a twelve-month study matching genetics to nutrients and creating feeding regimens specifically designed for maximum absorption and conversion of nutrients into cannabinoids. The company has already realized signs of success from this technology, with seedlings growing more than twice as fast and the stalk size doubling in diameter in half the time. The possible benefits for Core Isogenics are shorter cultivation times, and higher flower yields, both of which will translate into higher profit margins.
The nursery facility is uniquely suited for this type of project, with its ability to track the growing conditions in isolated rooms, as well as documenting the feeding schedule and soil condition in order to gather information to accurately assess the cultivation process.
CEO of Core One Labs, Brad Eckenweiler, stated, "The introduction of Reiziger and their cultivation technology into our operation is showing results in just two months. Shaun Reid and his team of master Dutch breeders and growers sharing their decades of experience with the Core Isogenics team is proving extremely valuable. In just two months the Core Isogenics nursery has jumped years ahead of where we were with our previous team. The evidence is there and our indoor growing ability will be the primary beneficiary with higher yields and stronger cannabinoid profiles." The company will continue to update the market on the development of this exciting project.
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