CROP Infrastructure (CROP), a Canadian company focused on investing, constructing, owning and leasing greenhouse projects solutions for lease-to-licensed cannabis producers, announced that its tenant grower has completed planting an additional 120 acres of hemp plants and is in preparations for the development of a CBD Isolate extraction facility. Located in Nye County, Nevada, the site totals to roughly 315 acres; which includes 300 acres of private water rights and 240 acres under automatic irrigation pivots that are equipped with automatic fertilizer injection systems installed. Land for the extraction facility is currently being cleared and the permit application for the facilities construction is currently being prepared.

CROP Infrastructure Director and CEO, Michael Yorke said: “CROP’s property is now the largest hemp farm in Nevada and its tenant is the largest grower; the next phase of development will be a state of the art extraction facility to make CBD isolate, which is a highly sought after product.” CROP was contacted for further comment but HBJ did not receive a response.

CROP Infrastructure Corp. is publicly listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange and trades under the symbol “CROP” and on the OTC under the symbol “CRXPF”.



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