"We will be the state's largest single-stack facility"

US (MI): 80,000 cannabis plants to fill new grow facility

With phase one complete, the first cannabis plants are expected to start growing in a week at 305 Farms. The 44,000-square-foot building in Lawrence’s industrial park will house 2,500 marijuana plants for 305 Farms. The facility held a grand opening Monday, March 15.

A final inspection should happen in the next few days, and then plants are expected to start growing within a week, Vice President of Business Development Mitchell Maltz said.

The first of three buildings in Van Buren County will have a lab, commercial kitchen, rolling machine and vault, 305 Farms cultivation assistant Henry Payne said.

By 2025, 305 Farms plans to have 80,000 cannabis plants and 350,000 square feet of growing and processing space in Lawrence.The company will be the “largest single-stack facility,” in Michigan, Maltz said. The growing, processing and product creation will all be within the 40-acre campus near Lawrence. 

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