Feeling great about the future of cannabis cultivation

Farming is in my blood. This is a true story. My grandfather had a farm and was successful. My dad decided to be a pilot even though he was raised a farmer. So my granddad turned to me. I was surprised by this. But when I was in highschool he offered to put me through college if I would take over the family farm and run it. My granddad might have a wry smile on his face knowing the we are now pot farming. The fact that I am a commercial grow op came about organically and out of necessity. Once I had the farm, we did our best to stay competitive. But the corporate farming outfits were so hard to compete against. They just had unlimited capital and could withstand many poor yields. We weren’t as fortunate. Thankfully, my education helped us survive and adapt. Our farming operation became more of provider to high end consumers. So once marijuana cultivation became legal, it was a no brainer really to get into pot farming. We had large outbuildings that we could retrofit to be warehouse grow rooms. These were large scale grow rooms that took a serious capital outlay. However, we were still the top produce provider for high end restaurants and markets. So we had that operation to back the commercial grow op. It was just a perfect fit. And we are seeing the reward for our ability to adapt to pot farming. All that investment is now coming back to us in revenue that we simply couldn’t have realized with our produce operation. And I have to say that I am pleased to be into pot farming.

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