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US (MA): "This harvest signifies years of perfecting our growing techniques"

"This harvest signifies the culmination of years of perfecting our growing techniques and sourcing the perfect genetics," says Josh Barnhart, Director of Cultivation at Elevated Roots about its inaugural harvest. "I can't wait to share these genetics and the stories behind them with our community." Highlights of Elevated Roots' cultivation include an 18,000-square-foot facility nurturing over 600 plants in perpetual harvest while also maintaining approximately 150 mother plants. "Sustainability remains paramount with water conservation techniques and energy-efficient solutions, with nearly 80% of the water used to hydrate the plants recycled from within the grow facility itself."

With a strategic approach to cultivation, each of Elevated Roots' four grow rooms undergoes harvesting every two weeks, ensuring a steady supply of premium flower. The cultivation team, currently comprised of six members, anticipates expansion to 20-25 as the brand looks to expand across the state.

New brand
The company has also launched a new brand. "Nostalgia is an homage to the timeless allure of cannabis history and the spirit of exploration, celebration, and community that defines our journey through the ever-evolving cannabis landscape. With a focus on authenticity and quality, Nostalgia promises a journey back in time," Josh says.

"Under the Nostalgia brand, you can expect to encounter a diverse selection of legendary strains from decades past, each carefully curated to evoke the essence of cannabis history. The first batch includes Acapulco Gold from the 1960s, Maui Waui from the 1970s, Afghan Skunk from the 1980s, Jack Herer from the 1990s, and several other strains that took the team years to source. In total, Nostalgia is expected to carry more than three dozen ever-evolving strains," he adds.

Nostalgia will be available in dispensaries in Massachusetts beginning in Spring 2024.

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