She broke into Nevada’s industry in 2014, when only medicinal cannabis was legalized, then eventually started her own brand, NLVO. Now, eight years later, Boyajian and her business partner, Kellen O’Keefe, own Flower One.
In a 455,000-square-foot facility in North Las Vegas, they’re now the largest growers, cultivators and manufacturers of cannabis in the entire state.
In a building that’s more than half the size of an Amazon warehouse, how do they keep quality and efficiency at the core of the hundreds of products they grow and package for a dozen top-name brands?
It’s a tedious four-month process that combines the use of manual labor and automation. In the first two weeks of a cannabis plant’s life, O’Keefe says lighting is of the essence.
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