How we go about it

Our process comprises four steps:

Step 1: Supply Genetics

We believe it all starts with the right genetics.

To ensure an appropriate chain of custody and consistency, we supply growers with plant starters as clones or transplants of specific strains.

Plant starters are grown approximately four to six weeks prior to delivery, either in our own facilities or those of a strategic partner greenhouse.

Small Hemp clone plants

Step 2: Monitor Growth

We then let growers grow, providing technical support as required.

With drone mapping software, we support regular data-driven analysis of crop health as it's growing, including efficient male roguing.

With an understanding and in accordance with regulatory compliance, we provide field testing equipment and technicians to gather the right data prior to harvest, helping to optimize yields and quality.


Rows of Hemp plants in field

Step 3: Manage Harvest

The growers' obligation finishes with the delivery of freshly harvested hemp straight from the field to our partner processing site, typically located within an hour of the growing site.

Once we take delivery, we are responsible for separation and drying by arrangement with our processing partner.This allows growers' traditional post-harvest infrastructure to be freed up for other crops.

The results of this fresh processing technique is accelerated cash flow and a price premium, due to the higher quality and freshness of the product relative to traditional methods.

Bucket of hemp plants

Step 4: Research and Development

After completion of cultivation and harvest, the next 6 months of our year is focused on research and development.

At our dedicated research facility located in the Research Triangle Park (RTP) region of North Carolina, we are committed to furthering the development of our plant genetics to enhance their therapeutic benefit in association with our medical partners.


Gloved hand inspecting hemp plant