BioAg Group Enjoys Good Growing Conditions
Fayetteville, AR (September 21, 2020)
While many hemp growers in Colorado and Montana are facing wild spikes in weather conditions, BioAg Group with its farming partner (Harvest Farm Group) continues to enjoy excellent growing conditions in sunny Kern County, California.
Reports continue to roll in of crop damage and losses from major hemp and cannabis growers in Colorado from the September 9th snowstorm and spikes of cold weather. Pueblo based grower Los Suenos reported a loss of 20,000 plants that were near ready for harvest and Front Range Biosciences, a Lafayette, Colorado-based cannabis biotech firm with hemp growing operations reported that the storm was “catastrophic for growers.” These firms and many others in the San Luis Valley are fighting to save what they can.
Back in Bakersfield California, BioAg Group has 1200 acres of healthy hemp plants, 600 acres of which are being harvested this week. “While wildfires and waives of power outages have affected many businesses on the West Coast, BioAg Group has been blessed with good growing conditions and our processing center in Victorville, California has been running at full capacity” says Joseph Hooper, CEO of BioAg Group.
As the demand for medical grade CBD continues to be strong, BioAg Group appears to be in a great position to profit from the lower supplies from competitors for its high-quality hemp.