390 X greater productivity
while using up to 95% less water and
zero pesticides versus traditional field farming.[8:19 AM]
Those numbers are ground breaking[8:19 AM]
I am officially a boomer
Amazon fresh walmart
Open to franchising!
Not in proforma but they do feed kids in need at schools etc
World wildlife in saint louis is in works not public yet
Other locations not public yet
16 farms in the works
Joint venture, license farms all over the world
Business plan outside of usa looks better than what’s in it
Talked how in merica it takes 13 months to build something
In china 1 month lol
Middle east imports 90% of its food
We may be a grower, we may end up selling equipment for green leaf, but we will not be a dispensary
Q1 or q2 growing plants in uae
Fresh direct will deliver to your door
Woe keep price same for consumers
But they are starting to charge more to stores
Because their stuff has a way longer shelf life, crazy
So even amazon is paying them more per ounce than anyone else
Already mapped out whole usa of where they gonna go11[8:47 AM]City’s are giving them incentives for going to certain areas and creating jobs = cheap build land taxes
California Washington and canada areas they are looking at!
Thats cool bro, but what about world wide exposure, like where in the world would be the best place for them to like, set up shop next, you know what i mean?
its gonna be huge
[9:39 AM]big guy on the board
[9:39 AM]he controls billions in UAE[9:39 AM]
and it sounds like he is gonna be used a big gateway[9:39 AM]
they already have something in the works[9:40 AM]
have 3 people there[9:40 AM]
9000 people applied to last job posted, “so people want it”[9:41 AM]
guess i was wrong[9:41 AM
]uae is seperate
basically let it known that the whole area though “desert”[9:42 AM]needs/wants them[9:43 AM]
looks like miami
95% less water and imports 90% of their food just sounds like $$$ to me.
Especially in a desert
Ya but isn’t this risky investment Bro?
They are actually paying to you to invest right now because the trust is sitting at $10.1