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Central Valley Marijuana Industry Updates

October 28,2017-

Hanford: The Sacramento company Genezen has posted a rendering of their “Hanford campus” of small warehouses – the former CalCot cotton warehouse complex, 1.65 million total square feet in the industrial park.

Here is how it looks today from Google maps.( click any pic to enlarge)

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Pictured below : Here is the Genezen rendering.

Screen Shot 2017-10-28 at 7.03.17 AM Genezen is expected to rent out each warehouse space for indoor growing to marijuana farmers once their permit is approved by the city. The proposed site for the Genezen Campus operation is 10210 Idaho Avenue, closed by CalCot about 10 years ago.

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Genezen, in a Facebook post says the site will be the setting for a complete seed to distribution cannabis business compound. Situated on 50 acres, the site houses 48 buildings.  Each building measures 35,000 square feet. 44 buildings would be devoted exclusively to cultivation, both flower and cloning ;1 building devoted exclusively to extraction, a process by which oil is separated from flower to infuse a variety of products;1 building devoted exclusively as a commercial kitchen for the production of an array of hand crafted edibles created to delight every palate.;1 building devoted to a state of the art testing lab ensuring quality and safety of all cannabis products which flow from this compound to the market at large.;1 building devoted to distribution of all cannabis products created at the campus.

The company plans to reuse water and “stay off the grid” with solar power
generation.

Woodlake: Industrial marijuana growing is expected to be approved in Woodlake to help to fund city services if voters in November approve a tax.

US Tower Co owner Bruce Kopitar has submitted for a conditional use permit October 13 to allow cannabis cultivation in an 80,000sf warehouse he is building on his sprawling property on Ropes Ave .The application says the tenant is Green Smart Farms LLC. Here is a Google maps shot of the 23 acre site, the property surrounded by olive trees.

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