Satisfies demand for dried flower
Agraflora cultivated these proprietary strains in its Propagation Services Canada Inc. (PSCI), the cannabis manufacturing facility based in Delta, BC. It helps the company to satisfy the growing demand for dried flowers in Canada. PSCI is establishing a leadership role in offering economical and high THC cannabis strains.
General Manager, Ruben Houweling said the company incorporated changes to its infrastructure recently to improve drying capacity significantly. It helps the company to enhance summer revenues this year.
A global partner calibrated and incorporated changes to the prevailing drying rooms of PSCI. This helps PSCI to almost double its drying capacity with lower capital needs. The plant will also fine-tune its settings to manufacture rooted and healthy cuttings quickly.
Optimization of propagation strategies helps PSCI to produce customized nutrient formulations at each stage of the plant growth. It leads to higher yields per sq. meter with minimal spending on labor.
Settles the services by issuing common shares
The board of directors of Agraflora agreed to settle the services through the issue of its common shares. Agraflora issued 1.42 million common shares to settle the debt of $71,000.92. All the issued shares are subjected to a holding period of four months and one day from the date of issue.
Completes R&D trials
Agraflora completed R&D trials first-phase at its Winnipeg, Manitoba-based licensed 51,000 sq. Ft. edibles production facility and gears for an entry into the edibles market in Q1 2021. Agraflora can now achieve desired formulations and produce desired varieties using its efficient processes.