TransCanna has harvested its first crop from a greenhouse location in Wesley, California. TransCanna's wholly-owned subsidiary Lyfted Farms began cultivation in September and harvested Friday, December 17th, 2021. The harvest includes six strains and is expected to yield approximately 200 pounds of flower. In addition to providing the genetics and cultivating and harvesting the crop, Lyfted Farms will also be curing, storing, packaging, and distributing it on behalf of the client, Central Valley Farms.
"This first successful third-party crop perfectly showcases our capabilities of truly being a 'one-stop-shop' for the California cannabis industry," said Bob Blink, CEO of TransCanna. "We are truly managing the process from seed to sale."
Additionally, the company, in partnership with 365 CannaFarms, consulted the client on the construction of the computer-controlled greenhouse prior to producing its inaugural crop.
"This first harvest from our true light-deprivation greenhouse has turned out beautifully, and the product quality reflects the tremendous abilities of our greenhouse partners, 365 CannaFarms, who are known throughout the region as one of the best greenhouse growers/operators in California," said Mr. Blink.
This year, TransCanna has successfully launched cultivation, third party crop management, cold storage, and processing and distribution services out of its new 196,000 square foot Daly Facility in Modesto California. The company expects to build out these capabilities throughout 2022.