SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 03, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via OTC PR WIRE -- Smart Cannabis Corp. (SCNA) announced a sale of their new-to-the-market Multi Spectrum Grow Lights to a Salinas, California client. To accommodate all of the retrofitted and new greenhouses being installed by Next Generation Farming, the client has ordered 648 of the company’s Multi Spectrum Grow Lights.
The company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Next Generation Farming, introduced the fixtures to the market in May, 2018 to improve cost and energy efficiency as well as increase crop yields for their clients. Grow light helps in extending the hours of the natural daylight which further increases the health, growth rate and yield of the plants. Artificial lighting, such as high-pressure sodium lighting, LED lighting and plasma lighting can extend crop cultivation beyond the season.
Learn more about the Multi Spectrum Grow Light at: https://smartcannabis.com/greenhouse-models/multi-spectrum-grow-light/
Smart Cannabis (SCNA) is a public equity corporation advancing the agriculture and cannabis industries and growing through acquisition, strategic alliances, and proprietary intellectual property. The company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Next Generation Farming Inc., provides turnkey, automated, commercial greenhouses systems that efficiently improve yields and decrease water consumption for cultivators of organic food and cannabis crops. The company websites are http://smartcannabis.com https://sapinvestments.com https://smartcannabis.com/nextgenfarming
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