The Largest Licensed Marijuana Cultivation Footprint in THE UNITED STATES !!!!!!!!
Marijuana Farm – Massive Acreage & Water Rights with Manufacturing License
1,233 acres of fertile farm land with lower than average Nevada temperatures
1,000 acres dedicated to outdoor marijuana cultivation
5,000 acre feet of senior water rights (twice the water needed to cultivate 1,000 acres)
The only 750000 sq ft of greenhouse approved in Nevada.
Four Nevada State Issued Marijuana Licenses
1. Recreational Cultivation License
2. Recreational Manufacturing/Production License
3. Medical Cultivation License
4. Medical Manufacturing/Production License
This specific farm and license combination structure can yield over one million pounds of marijuana flower in a single outdoor cultivation season at full capacity of 1000 cultivated acres.
Nevada is currently the only state in the nation without a current or specified plant count, canopy or square footage limitation or restriction for recreational marijuana cultivation space.
This farm is vertically integrated with both a recreational and a medical manufacturing/production license and ready and able to implement the nation’s first true large scale soil to oil cultivation and product manufacturing campus in America
These four Nevada cultivation licenses allow the operators to gain early market share with the opportunity to jump ahead of the rest of the operators in the U.S. This cannabis license and land combo has the attributes and assets to become the largest cannabis product producer by being the first vertically integrated operator to enter and thrive in a true big cannabis agriculture marketplace.
National legalization is on the horizon and this Nevada cannabis has the potential to put the operator in a position to be the only fully built out and operating 1,000 acre farm and manufacturing campus in the nation on the eve of national legalization and interstate commerce sales.
This land and license package could provide its operators a three year jump on the rest of the competition in the nation. It will take competing states a year or two from the day of national legalization to license a similar hundred or thousand acre marijuana cultivation property. In addition it will take operators multiple additional years to build out and begin cultivating on a competing cannabis campus at this scale. Nevada is the only state that has no plant count or square footage limitations.