Future Farm Completes Planting at Its 100-Acre Hemp Farm in Hersey, Maine

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Focus now turns to plant health and CBD content

Vancouver, British Columbia  - TheNewswire - July 10, 2019 – - Future Farm Technologies Inc. (the “Company” or “Future Farm”) (CNSX:FFT) (OTCQB:FFRMF) is pleased to announce that it has  successfully transplanted all 200,000 Cherry Wine hemp plants into the field in Hersey, Maine.

“The scale of transplanting this volume of plants is a unique occurrence in the State of Maine,” comments William A. Gildea, CEO. “This success was achieved by leveraging experience from our inaugural year, but also with the dedication of the local craftsmen and women in Maine as well as the State’s Department of Agriculture and our partnership Haymart, LLC, our landlord in Hersey.”

The first plants were transplanted from warehouse to field over three weeks ago, with continued rotations following thereafter. This staggered approach allows for the systematic development and harvest of the crop, ensuring that the plants achieve ample growth in every phase in the field. The last plants in the ground will be the last plants harvested.


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Now that the plants are in the ground, the Company will continuously monitor the crop for health and vigor, begin its elite seed propagation and breeding program, and continue its work developing a robust sales pipeline. After harvest, the Company will work closely with its processing contractor to produce and sell whole plant extracts, isolates, distillates, water solubles and 0-THC products.

For further information, contact William Gildea, Director, at (888) 387-3761.