Mr. Raymond Lai reports
MAPLE LEAF GREEN WORLD INC. RECEIVES CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FOOD & AGRICULTURE APPROVAL TO SELL ITS CBG HEMP PRODUCTS.
Maple Leaf Green World Inc. has been granted California Department of Food & Agriculture (CDFA) approval for THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) testing. THC testing is mandated by the State of California to ensure the crop being harvested does not exceed the legal limit of 0.3 per cent THC. A component of the preharvest THC testing involves random samples from any of the company's five greenhouses or outdoor grow to be taken by the agricultural commissioner for lab testing. A THC test result exceeding the 0.3-per-cent limit would result in an immediate implementation of a corrective action plan which would cause significant delays in harvesting. The company is pleased to report that the CDFA lab report tested at less than 0.3 per cent THC. With the CDFA approval, the company can officially sell its La Creme hemp products.
The company is continuing to harvest and cure its La Creme. The COA sampling collected on Oct. 2, 2020, still indicates a pure cannabigerol flower with the CBG concentration increasing to 15.44 per cent from the previous COA at 13.90 per cent. Although this level of CBG is marketable and higher than most strains on the market, the company will continue to target the 18- to 20-per-cent range on a fully cured flower.
About Maple Leaf Green World Inc.
Maple Leaf is a public Canadian company that focuses on the cannabis and hemp industry in North America. The company currently has cannabis and hemp projects in British Columbia and California. With over 10 years of extensive greenhouse management experience, the company applies its eco-agriculture knowledge and cultivation technology to produce contaminant-free cannabis products. Maple Leaf's long-term objective is to produce cannabis oil and to export its products to approved countries.
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