Maple Leaf Green World, Inc. (OTC:MPEFF) (TSXV:MGW) announced that master cannabis cultivator Matt Berger, a.k.a. "Bubba Kush" would be joining their team as Chief Grower for the company's Nevada marijuana project. His expertise will not just be for Nevada however, mentioning that "Bubba Kush is a formidable figure in the cannabis industry and he has plans to bring his most prized genetic cannabis strains to California and Canada" for Maple Leaf.
A cannabis cultivator for over 25 years now, Matt Berger has earned the title of master cultivator.
According to a March, 2015 article in The Hemp Connoisseur, "he's the man behind the strain that bears the same name," which is one of the most popular strains on Leafly. A more complete history of this can be seen in the video below, titled "The History of Bubba Kush."
Maple Leaf's Nevada Project
According to the release, Maple Leaf has "selected a warehouse property in Henderson, Nevada (within a 15 minute drive from Las Vegas) and is in the process of securing this property. Once the warehouse property is secured by Maple Leaf, the cultivation permit owned by BioNeva (see news release dated November 8, 2016) can be transferred to the Company and the Company's operations in Nevada can be commenced."
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