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Advanced Technology, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Certified, Cannabis Export Growing Facility in Skopie, North Macedonia, Europe
An advanced technology cannabis growing facility (see why it is so advanced below) located in the European country of North Macedonia, which was designed by a U.S. construction firm owner and hydroponics greenhouse innovator, is receiving one of the country’s limited number of cannabis growing licenses.
See Letter from North Macedonia Ministry of Health: Completion of Final Inspection, Approval for Issuance of Growing License (official English translation).
The facility was built in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), standards allowing it to export to all non-U.S. countries worldwide where medicinal and recreational cannabis is legal: a total of 46 countries with a combined population exceeding 1 billion people.
See Why GMP Certification is Important and a news article about the PharmaCann GMP growing facility: North Macedonia Grower Receives Export License (click "subscribed" if you encounter a pop-up) which has a North Macedonia growing license and is exporting its products as a result of being GMP certified.
A major pharmaceutical firm already has expressed interest in buying the facility’s entire output, on the condition that cuttings from the commercial operation replicate the test results from the project’s pilot plant. See Laboratory Test Results.
Please note: the THC levels in these test results -- 27.3901% -- are extremely high. See the article about the average THC levels in standard and premium plants; 15% is standard; premium is 17% in Europe; indoor grown plants in the U.S. are 17%-20%.
Cannabis plant grown with Sigma Plant Sciences' advanced technology red-specrturm grow lights
Cannabis plant grown in the same facility at the same time under the same conditions using standard grow lights
Also, see the two photos above showing the growth comparison between the use of standard growing lights vs. Sigma Plant Sciences' advanced technology lights developed by the project developer and tested by a major U.S. grower with plants grown in the same facility under the same conditions at the same time.
Sigma Plant Sciences has received a commitment for the remaining $1,000,000 to purchase and install the balance of equipment for the Phase 1 facility (of four planned phases), purchase seedlings, and support the first year operations for Phase 1.
Earnings will be generated beginning approximately 6 months after the remaining equipment is ordered, with earnings continuing every 8 weeks for the next four years to reach a projected return in excess of four and one-half times the initial investment (see Project Plan and Financial Highlights). The footnotes at the bottom of page 14, Project Plan, and bottom of page 4, Financial Highlights, provide the sources and data for calculating the financial projections, which you can use to verify and calculate the numbers yourself.
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American Diversified Enterprises is partnering with Sigma Plant Sciences on securing the needed funding, the type of engagement we’ve helped countless partners in the past. If you have questions or want to discuss further, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a call.