Colorado Buffalo Ranch Facility I - also known as Colorado State-licensed Recreational Marijuana Cultivation Facility #403R-00716 - was strategically designed by the CannaGrow Holdings team to serve as an intensive, high-throughput, year-round production system. The Mother Plant Room and Propagation Nursery provide a perpetual stream of rooted clones and seedlings that are transplanted directly to large pots of no-till living soil in various sunshine-driven greenhouse environments. With a propane and floor-heated light deprivation greenhouse equipped with supplemental lighting and a black-out curtain, the team is able to manipulate light and dark cycles to achieve successions of vegetative growth and flowering through harvest. The light deprivation greenhouse also enables the team to stage vegetative growth of large populations of plants destined for more "seasonal" greenhouses several times per year.
From time to time we will take the opportunity to provide updates through this CannaGrow Holdings Blog to showcase specific components of the infrastructure and protocols in operation at Colorado Buffalo Ranch Facility I. Today we take the opportunity to showcase through a Photographic Essay the Ranger Series 2000 Greenhouses purchased from the International Greenhouse Company in March and erected during May-July of this year. We are so pleased with the quality of the Ranger Greenhouses that a plan was put into effect as of yesterday for land owner and developer, NuGro Industries, Inc., to move forward with the purchase and plans for construction of three additional units, increasing the total grow space of the Facility to over 20,000 sq ft. We will keep you posted as we advance on this new milestone and begin construction. Enjoy the following Photographic Essay and don't hesitate to reach out through our Contact page if you have questions or need further information.