MondayAug 10, 2020 11:55 am

Pac Roots Cannabis Corp. (CSE: PACR) is “One to Watch”

Pac Roots focuses on high-end genetics in order to maximize the quality of its products while maintaining high yields and profit margins Through a partnership with plant breeding management and analytics firm Phenome One and its massive genetics library, Pac Roots is well positioned to become a trailblazer in providing industry-leading strains not currently available in the regulated market Via over 350 analytically assayed and rigorously tested cultivars and the continued development of elite lineages, the company offers unique varieties focused on medicinal applications and featuring specific cannabinoid and terpene profiles The company’s selective breeding process results in a catalog…

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TuesdayApr 07, 2020 11:41 am

SinglePoint Inc. (SING) Seizes Fresh Market Opportunities, Continues Capitalizing on Solar Amid Triple-Digit Growth

SING generated 190% year-on-year revenue growth, looking for more roll-up solar acquisitions Company expands into new lucrative markets as opportunities arise; launches hemp-infused hand sanitizers, expands rapidly into profitable commercial solar sector SING poses attractive investment opportunity, potential for high growth opportunities for investors Adept at analyzing market trends and selecting initiatives with untapped growth potential, SinglePoint Inc. (OTCQB: SING) is a diversified holding company that focuses on acquisitions of small to mid-sized companies, assisting them to become multi-national brands while providing investors with high growth opportunities across a wide range of assets and industries. SING has reported significant revenue…

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MondayApr 06, 2020 12:46 pm

SinglePoint Inc.’s (SING) Solar Energy Subsidiary Continues Revenue Growth, Expands into New Markets as Demand Escalates

Direct Solar posts 2019 unaudited gross revenue numbers of $2 million SING expands solar services into two new markets: Minnesota and Wisconsin Business model enables expansion without significant operational start-up costs due to leverage from existing infrastructure SinglePoint Inc. (OTCQB: SING), alongside subsidiary Direct Solar of America, is expanding its solar energy services into additional markets as the company continues its impressive revenue growth. The expansion comes as SING works to meet increased customer demand for solar solutions for homes and businesses. SinglePoint recently announced 2019 unaudited gross revenue numbers for Direct Solar of $2 million. That total is based…

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ThursdayApr 02, 2020 12:07 pm

MCTC Holdings Inc. (MCTC) Introduces New EZ Hemp Product Line to Simplify Clean Infusion Techniques

Cannabis infusion technology innovator Cannabis Global dedicates its business production activity to developing clean infusion techniques for cannabinoid extracts, making it easier to manufacturer toxin-free food shelf items with cannabis’ benefits The company’s Hemp You Can Feel (TM) branded products utilize infusion technology that Cannabis Global is also making available to other companies on a white label basis to ensure the quality of their products Cannabis Global recently announced the rollout of its new EZ Hemp Infusions product line, which uses its 100 percent water-soluble technology to simplify the process of cannabinoid infusion with minuscule dosing The EZ Hemp Infusions…

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FridayMar 13, 2020 9:00 am

Texas to Start Receiving Hemp Applications on March 16

The past few years have been good for hemp. The cash crop had been outlawed for decades due to its close relation to the illicit marijuana until the 2018 Farm Bill was signed into law. The legislation classified industrial hemp as cannabis with less than 0.3% THC and instructed states and tribes to create their own hemp programs and submit them to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for approval. The state of Texas had its hemp plan approved by the USDA earlier this year, a move that State Agriculture Commissioner called a 'victory for Texas farmers,' adding that the…

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ThursdayMar 12, 2020 4:00 pm

USDA Secretary Puts Blame for Strict Hemp Rules on DEA

According to the head of the USDA, the DEA is partly responsible for the stringent policies included in its interim hemp rules. Last week Secretary Sonny Purdue during a House was requested to express his opinion on the hemp testing requirement concerns of producers during a hearing by the House Agriculture Committee. As per the USDA interim final rules, THC testing must be conducted by DEA-registered labs. Farmers are worried that the restriction would hinder the growth of cannabis markets by creating costly delays, according to Rep. Al Lawson (D-FL). He further said that the testing requirement is making it…

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ThursdayMar 12, 2020 9:00 am

Illinois Hemp and Marijuana Symposium Planned for March 28

On March 28, a symposium on organic hemp and marijuana will be held to provide new and experienced farmers, producers, and growers with practical information and tools about the two industries. The symposium will be held at the (SIU) Southern Illinois University Carbondale Student Center’s Old Main Room. The following will be discussed during the seminar; current research, rules and regulations, financial issues, banking, insurance, security, as well as information on pre-season, in-season, and post-production season. The symposium, which will be held on March 28, would start at 8.30 a.m. and end at 4.30 p.m. Registration is open for a…

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WednesdayMar 11, 2020 4:00 pm

Minnesota Hemp Farmer Shocked When Samples Are Seized in the Mail

The current U.S. hemp scene can only be described as confusing. In fact, the cash crop’s resurgence has been marked with lots of confusion due to a lax regulatory structure. The Farm Bill legalized the cultivation and sale of industrial hemp, and the only stipulation it made was that hemp had to have less than 0.3% THC to be considered legal. The industry has labored under this stipulation for the past year, and hemp farmers have had to bear the brunt. Ted Galaty, a Minnesota hemp farmer and owner of Hemp Maze Minnesota, recently had a package of industrial hemp…

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WednesdayMar 11, 2020 9:00 am

9 Uses of Hemp You May Not Have Known

When the founder of Hemp for Healthcare in Alaska, Sara Marie Williams, was discussing uses of hemp, she said that hemp is amazing and world-changing. Sara Marie also quoted Jack Herer, where he said that he is not sure if hemp is going to save the world, but it is the only thing that can. She further noted that lawmakers and leaders should learn everything about the hemp plant because it represents the hope for the future of Alaska and the world in general. Hemp is defined as the phenotype of the cannabis sativa L, whose THC content is 0.3%…

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TuesdayMar 10, 2020 4:00 pm

Maine Farmers Consider Hemp Value Addition to Beat the Competition

For many farmers across the country, the 2018 Farm Bill was a godsend. For a while, they'd been looking for a new high-value cash crop that would guarantee them high returns. The legislation legalized industrial hemp after decades of prohibition, finally giving farmers access to a high return crop. The bill classified hemp as cannabis with less than 0.3% THC, and instructed states and tribes to create hemp programs and submit them to the USDA for approval. Just a year in and the market for hemp is worth millions of dollars in sales, and future projections are exceedingly positive. Although…

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