Herba Farms is building a state-of-the-art cannabis production facility in two phases of growth. We have acquired two 15,000 square foot facilities on four acres of land, in the R.M. of Lumsden, Saskatchewan. We will be building two floors in our flowering rooms, doubling our production space. Herba Farms will be using energy efficient industry leading low heat LED lighting, which has given us the option to build two-tier flowering rooms.

Herba Farms will be growing cannabis hydroponically using recirculating deep water culture, designed by CCH2o. Our facility is designed on an automation system for real time feeding and environmental controls. Herba Farms has designed its facility to meet Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) standards.

Herba Farms truly believes sustaining a location in the cannabis market begins with the quality of product. We have designed our facility to focus on the plant itself, building small, strain specific rooms.

Our facility is slated to begin cultivation as early as fall 2019 and is expecting to receive the sale license by first quarter of 2020.

 
 
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GMP

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) are the practices required in order to conform to the guidelines recommended by agencies that control the authorization and licensing of the manufacture and sale of cannabis. This will allow us to export cannabis worldwide tapping into foreign markets.

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CIFA

Is the Canadian Food Inspection Agency or CIFA. Herba Farms will build and manage its facility to exceed their standards. Using all sanitation methods that are applicable.

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GPP

Herba Farms will demonstrate good practice procedures to ensure the cleanliness and contamination of products and areas that we conduct our procedures in. Herba Farms will also be using air showers when entering the GPP areas mitigating bacteria and pests being carried in.

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LED LIGHTING

Herba Farms has chosen industry leading technology for its lighting methods. LED lighting is cost effective and energy efficient. This allows us to grow vertically.

 
 
 
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HYDROPONIC

Herba Farms has chosen DWC as its cultivation method enhancing the number of harvest and quality of cannabis it can produce yearly.

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AUTOMATION

Herba Farms will be run on automation controls as this is beneficial in the DWC process. We can now ensure our plants are getting the proper nutrient levels with real time adjustment. This will also allow us to control our environment from our database.

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RECLAMATION OF WATER

Herba Farms will reclaim its water through its de-humidification and draining process it has developed with its strategic designers.

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DOUBLE TIERED FACILITY

Herba Farms will maximize its production space by building two-tier flowering rooms bringing a total of 36, 000 square feet of canopy space.

 
 

EXTRACTION LAB

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Herba Farms has designed an extraction lab in order to process and extract oils and terpenes from the cannabis plant. With the finished product, we can use the oils to create bases for edibles, oils, terpenes and much more. Herba Farms is building a state-of-the-art extraction lab with award winning equipment.

What is the extraction technique?

Extraction techniques are used to separate the components of cannabis and remove them from the plant matrix. Various methods can divide the cannabis plant material into parts, or extracts, that contain different chemicals. With cannabis, extraction techniques are often used to isolate specific desirable compounds. Cannabis contains at least 113 cannabinoids, including cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

A producer may seek to create a single extract with many desirable cannabis compounds; sometimes called whole plant extracts. Including the better-known cannabinoids, scientists have identified more than 550 chemicals in cannabis including components like terpenes. Extraction techniques are also used to concentrate chemicals of interest.