Recently licensed in December 2020, Cotyleden is one of only 14 cannabis nurseries currently operating in Canada. Nick Trueman, the company’s founder and a long time cannabis grower, says he chose the nursery licence because he foresaw the importance that genetics would play in the industry.
To be considered Craft under the proposed designation, producers will be required to have an annual production capacity of no more than 10,000kg, while “Small batch” is proposed to require cannabis to be hang-dried, hand trimmed, and hand packaged.
Retail sales have continued to climb in Ontario as the province ramps up brick and mortar licenses, the array of products increase, and prices continue to decline, according to the newest quarterly report released today for July 1 to September 30, 2020.
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.