Allied Corp approved for psychoactive quota to produce Colombian THC cannabis flower
Allied company. ALIDE announced the approval of its 2022 quota for the production and sale of THC cannabis flower.
April 29and2022, the Colombian government has approved Allied’s request for its THC cannabis flower quota for the 2022 calendar year. Allied has already started scaling up its THC product plants by propagating 6800 plants ready to grow. These plants will go into the greenhouse for the vegetative stage of growth, then be brought through Allied’s process to vacuum-sealed, dried THC flowers ready to be sold in international markets where it is legal to do so.
These 6800 THC plants will form the first harvest of THC-based flowers. Previous harvests from Allied have yielded between 700-1100 grams per plant and each batch is harvested 6-7 harvests per year, depending on the strain. The cost per gram has been recorded between $0.05 and $0.075 per gram.
“Margins on THC flower are much higher than CBD flower. We are excited to introduce the quality, aesthetics and flavor profiles of our THC flower to international markets where it is legal to do so,” said Calum HughesCEO and Chairman of Allied Corp.
Allied will not sell THC flower containing more than 0.3% THC in the United States until it is legal to do so.
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