- Sonoma Biologics is committed to having as close to a zero environmental impact as possible and has diversified from premium wine grapes to cannabis
- California weather makes it ideal for growing cannabis outdoors, minimizing the need for climate control and artificial lighting
- The energy required of indoor cannabis factories is positioned to outstrip all California’s wind energy production efforts, even though growing outdoors is 100% viable
Growers across the United States are succumbing to what Evan Mills, a writer for Future Tense, calls the “cannabis carbon trap.” In To Make Cannabis Green, We Need to Grow it Outdoors, Mills highlights the harm that indoor facilities are causing and how outdoor growers, like Sonoma Biologics, are the ones who are doing it right.
Sonoma Biologics, an ultra-premium cannabis grower, has committed to having as close to a zero environmental impact as possible. The Company is run by an experienced management team with a proven track record in large-scale agriculture and organic cultivation. Since entering the cannabis industry, Sonoma Biologics has passed stringent California quality control laboratory testing year after year and adhere strictly to organic cultivation methods.
“When the cannabis proposition passed in California, we looked at it as another way to diversify what we are doing here on an organic farm,” stated Paul Caracciolo, CEO and Co-founder of Sonoma Biologics (https://cnw.fm/jks6h). “We are very biologically sensitive. And, we’re committed to organics and environmental conservation, for sure.”
The California weather makes it ideal for growing cannabis outdoors, minimizing the need for climate control or artificial lighting and lowering the cost of production. Using science as their base, the team at Sonoma Biologics screens and optimizes specific genetic strains to best suit the Sonoma Valley and California climate. Sonoma soil is known for producing exquisite grapes for wine and now is being used, along with the California sunshine, to produce ultra-premium cannabis.
Sonoma Biologics is an attractive investment opportunity for those who see the rising value of premium cannabis while also caring about the environmental impact growers have on our irreplaceable earth.
“The energy appetite of cannabis factories is already poised to outstrip all California’s wind energy production,” writes Mills. “Can we really afford to allow discretionary indoor cannabis to siphon off clean energy needed for activities that can’t be performed outdoors?”
Why, when California’s climate is so prime for cannabis growth, are we wasting precious resources on indoor facilities? Caracciolo believes strongly in using organic to improve lives. As a family business and the place where they live, they have great respect and investment in making the healthiest and most premium product possible. It’s not just a business; for Sonoma Biologics, it’s family.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.OwnSonomaBiologics.com.
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