Recently, Tikun announces the big opening of the new state-of-the-art cultivation of cannabis and processing facility in Adelanto.
Tikon is a well-known brand that is opening its Innovation Epicenter on October 24, 2019, at
3 PM by the mayor of Adelanto, Gabriel Reyes. Many people will attend the ceremony, which includes council members of Adelanto city. They will take a complete tour to know more about the facility and the innovative technology behind it.
Tikun Olam (Tikun) is a premium international cannabis brand which is famous worldwide. It produces cannabis for medicines and helps people in curing and overall wellness from various diseases.
The facility is built in a large area with Nextgen Deprivation Automated Greenhouse in 80,000 sq ft, a support facility in 20,000 sq ft, and production as well as processing center in 32,000 sq ft. The complete center is equipped with King LED lighting, humidity controllers, Dual Nextgen evaporative cooling system with 1000 psi, and Meteor Fertigation system.
The new facility is well set for the cultivation of cannabis, liquid chromatography analytics, formulation, the packaging, extraction of CO2, trimming, and distribution of marijuana. According to the news, the first cultivation will take place in early 2020, and the facility products will be available in February.
Tikun has gained popularity by producing excellent quality of cannabis strains and six varietals with medicinal properties that will be grown in the facility at Adelanto. These medicines are great for curing some conditions and provide symptomatic relief.
The president of Tikun California, Rami Vardi, said that they are happy to provide cannabis medicine to the people of California. He continued that they are delighted with the cooperation of Adelanto’s community with Tikun, and they are focusing on expanding the reach of cannabis to the state people.
Recently, Tikun expanded to South California and made a deal with MedMen, a US cannabis retailer to expand its presence inside the state and reach to more people.