CALGARY, ALBERTA – Maple Leaf Green World (MGW-V) (“Maple Leaf” or the “Company“) announces that the growing operation has commenced and plants are flourishing in the rented facility near the Company’s site. The Company expects the first crop will be ready for harvest in June 2016, and come with it, the first ever revenue generated from the Company’s MJ projects. The next crop is expected to be harvested in the Fall of 2016. The growing cycle is approximately 3 months.
The installation of the interior of the greenhouses is also going ahead according to schedule and once they are completed, those growing plants will be transported to the greenhouses.
“We are thrilled to be an established revenue producing medical marijuana company in the great state of California. We also look forward to the upcoming referendum on legalizing recreational marijuana in California, a result of legalization will definitely create a much bigger opportunity for the company” said Raymond Lai, President & CEO of Maple Leaf.
Photos of the facility’s latest development including the growing seedlings in the rented facility will be posted in the Company’s website. Please visit the www.mlgreenworld.com.
About Maple Leaf Green World Inc.
Maple Leaf is a Canadian company that focuses in the agricultural/environmental industry with four main areas of activity:
- Canadian MMPR – It pursues opportunities within the medical cannabis industry. If and when a MMPR license is obtained and through an agreement to lease a greenhouse facility with Woodmere Nursery Ltd., it will become a Canadian producer. It is currently seeking Canadian MMPR licensed producer status to grow medical cannabis in Canada for domestic consumption and export to approved countries.
- California Project – It pursues opportunities within the medical cannabis industry in various States that have legalized marijuana. It is currently in a joint venture with a California non-profit collective to set up a growing facility.
- Eco-Agriculture – it pursues several projects around the world. In China, it is focused on growing value-added tree seedlings and nursery products that assist with anti-desertification.
- 4. Renewable Energy – it pursues various renewable energy projects around the world, including Yellowhorn in China which would provide valuable Yellowhorn seeds and ultimately oil from such seeds for the manufacture of bio-diesel fuel and premium healthy cooking oil.
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