Klonetics Plant Science Inc. has received its Health Canada nursery cultivation license.

The company runs a 25,000-sq.-ft facility in Kelowna, B.C. which has the capacity to produce up to 2.8 million “ready-to-flower” plants. It aims to increase capacity to more than four million plants by 2022.

Klonetics has one of the largest breeder-backed catalogues of cannabis cultivars. The company is partnered with the University of Saskatchewan, the University of British Columbia Okanagan, Genome Prairie Canada and the National Research Council with the aim to make significant advancements in cannabis breeding, genomic analysis, and research and development.

“With the license in hand, we now have the critical tool we needed to execute our vision,” said Klonetics CEO David Brough. “We have scoured the globe to partner with some of the most influential cannabis breeders. Our exclusive and certified breeder backed genetics catalogue brings the icons of the industry and their creations into one incredible collaboration. We are diligently working with our talented science team to unlock the catalogues true potential. We look forward to our role in improving profitability and efficiency in the cannabis industry in Canada and abroad.”

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