This 65,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility is the first of its kind in Mississippi. It is fully vertically integrated with administrative offices, cultivation, processing, manufacturing (extraction and infusion) and packaging, along with all support amenities. The structure is a PEMB system with IMP walls and TPO roofing over IMP on bar joists. The mechanical system is designed as air-cooled chillers with all AHU’s located on a mezzanine over the cultivation and manufacturing corridors. The facility is designed to meet cGMP standards along with WHO-GACP.
The cultivation facility was designed with eight flower rooms with dual-tier benching supporting 20,000+ plants, two veg rooms housing 5,400 plants, and one mother room that holds 730 plants. To ensure optimal growth conditions, a drip irrigation system is employed throughout the facility. This system includes a robust water treatment setup that utilizes a Reverse Osmosis (RO) system. Furthermore, the facility boasts two storage tanks, with a combined capacity of 21,000 gallons, ensuring a sufficient water supply as it uses over 11,460 gallons a day. The nutrient batch tanks are strategically positioned to support two zones per room, optimizing nutrient distribution and plant health. To maintain precise environmental conditions, an integrated control system is deployed, linking lighting, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), and irrigation. This advanced system diligently monitors and regulates temperature and humidity levels within each room, providing an optimal environment for plant growth during every stage of the cultivation cycle.