PharmaCo continues to execute on their expansion, having been awarded nine new Municipal Marijuana cultivation licenses in June and commencing their first harvest at their Detroit indoor cultivation facility.
PharmaCo was awarded five Municipal Class C grow licenses in Spaulding Township and four Municipal Class C grow licenses in Au Gres Township; collectively this represents the right to grow 13,500 plants, subject to final State approvals.
In Detroit, planting at the newly commissioned 22,000 square foot indoor facility began earlier this year, and the first plants are now being harvested, while remaining on time and on budget. PharmaCo continues to ramp-up production using perpetual harvest methodologies which at full capacity can produce over 4,500lbs of the most sought after top-shelf cannabis strains in the State.
“We are very excited for the opportunity to continue moving forward and make a positive impact on the communities we serve as an essential service in the State of Michigan,” said a PharmaCo spokesperson. Adding, “We are committed to the communities of Au Gres and Spaulding Township in the greater Saginaw area, with the same commitment to excellence that PharmaCo meets with every one of its current grow facilities with a dedicated grow philosophy to ensure the highest state compliancy.”
Brad Rogers, Chairman & CEO of investor Red White & Bloom, stated: “Our investee has made some great progress building the dispensary footprint they have over the past 12 months and their team has made fantastic progress in growing their patient and recreational customers in the face of very challenging times. Their ability to execute and deliver on time and budget this additional cultivation capacity in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak is truly remarkable. Completing the first harvest in the new Detroit facility is a pivotal moment for them and we are very proud of what they are accomplishing in Michigan.”
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