As Nevada’s ‘yes’ vote for recreational cannabis use has created more industry buzz, another cannabis company has entered the Nevada market.
Good Chemistry Nurseries has an 11,000-square-foot warehouse on the 5th Street corridor near downtown Reno. The facility carries both cultivation and production licenses.
“We have just built phase one,” Matthew Huron, company founder and CEO said in a phone interview with NNBW.
The 4,000-square-foot space that comprises phase one produced the company’s first Nevada harvest.
“We officially launched our first harvest on Oct. 10,” Huron said. Moving forward, they will harvest approximately every 30 days.
They anticipated producing enough products for market and deliberately went smaller with their first phase efforts to be sure they didn’t outpace the market.
“Launching Good Chemistry Nurseries in Nevada was a logical next step for us based on public support and proximity to our operations in Colorado,” Huron said in a press release earlier this month. “Our company is known for product excellence and Nevada Cannabis users and dispensary owners have strongly encouraged us to bring our high quality flower to the state.”
They are happy with their Reno location and phase two will depend on how fast the market grows. Huron explained they plan to adjust as the market grows.
“We are looking across state as far as medical is concerned,” Huron said.
Nevada was a natural second location for Good Chemistry Nurseries as the looked at the tight regulation structure in Nevada that is similar to Colorado.
“We took a look at regulation, “Huron said. “We like the regulatory aspect.”
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