Pathogenia opened its doors in 2017, the vision of long-time analytical food safety expert Prasant Prusty who has over a quarter century of experience working
Golden Peak Cannabis, owned by husband and wife team Tom Devost and Renee Desjardins, recently harvested their first crop – a Tiger Bomb cultivator that they hope to have on shelves in their home province of New Brunswick in early 2021.
Cheryl Wilson runs KinHana Cannabis with two of her daughters in Muskoka, Ontario. Licensed in November 2019 for micro cultivation and medical sales, KinHana hopes to begin selling to patients through their web portal by the end of this year.
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
Helping growers navigate medical cannabis licensing since 2008, Justin Smith formally created his 420 Consulting service in 2016 as a service to connect those wishing to grow cannabis for personal medical use under the ACMPR with doctors willing to authorize the process.