Chemistree Technology Inc (CNSX:CHM) (OTCMKTS:CHMJF) (FRA:CM1) CCO Sheldon Aberman shares details of his extensive experience in the hydroponic and cannabis industries, which includes designing and building facilities, cultivating product, and providing consulting services.
Aberman discusses the construction of Chemistree’s 128,000 square foot greenhouse complex and its 40,000 square foot manufacturing and distribution building, in Desert Hot Springs, California. Chemistree is already operating in Washington State, where the company cultivates its premium flower brand, Sugarleaf.
Chemistree is expanding the Sugarleaf brand to include extracts, vape pens, and beverages in the Washington market and plans to bring the brand to California when its Desert Hot Springs facilities are operational. Aberman addresses industry concerns about oversupply in the California market and suggests the state actually has a shortage of premium dried flower brands like Sugarleaf. Chemistree is entering the New Jersey market after signing a deal with a vertically integrated cultivator, manufacturer, and retailer in the state and will continue to expand along the Eastern Seaboard.