COMPANY: HRVSTR LICENCE TYPE: Micro cultivation and processing APPROACH: Indoor, hydroponic, vertical growing TIMELINE: ~13 months (September 2019 to October 2020) COST: ~$150,000 FACILITY: Indoor
Denise Penczak had been making a magnesium cream for muscle pain to manage issues related to cancer. Her company, Uniik Organica, has a line of body care products like magnesium creams, salves, face creams, and deodorant.
Shelter Cannabis is a Saskatchewan-based cannabis processor who is emerging as one of the premier access points for the first micro cultivators who are bringing products to the consumer and medical market.
Coulson Cannabis, founded by Cody Coulson, is a cannabis processor in Ontario focusing on solvent free extraction of small batch craft cannabis for supply of legal, high quality extract products.
John Arbuthnot, CEO and co-founder, started Delta 9 Bio-Tech with his father in 2012 and has helped steer the company through many changes. Now he wants to help new licence holders, especially micro cultivators, have an opportunity to learn from his experience.
GTEC Holding’s success in the “small batch” indoor cannabis markets, says Singhavon, can provide some valuable lessons for new licence holders entering the legal cannabis market, especially micro cultivators focusing on quality product.
Licenced in July 2019, North 40 Cannabis has made a splash with their high quality, small batch products. Gord Nichol is proud of his company’s achievements, and remains cautiously optimistic about the future of the cannabis market for other small scale growers like North 40.