Future Farm Technologies Inc (OTCMKTS:FFRMF) revealed a few days ago that it has already started transplanting its Cherry Wine young hemp plants as part of the next stage of producing hemp rich in CBD.

The transplantation process will shift the Cherry Wine hemp seedlings from the propagation facility located in Belfast, Maine to the growing fields at Future Farm Technologies’ Hersey, Maine farm. The company has already sown the seedlings on half of its growing space. The firm is currently running at full capacity and is already performing well-beyond the preparations that it made in 2018.

Future Farm Technologies’ transplant target by June 25 was roughly 200,000 plants. The timeline will allow the plans to receive maximum sunlight hours for optimal flowering and CBD development. The company is also offering benefits to the communities that live around its farm by providing full-time employment. So far it has employed 15 individuals on a full-time basis.

“Our success would not be possible without the support of government officials, local employees and the fine craftsmen and women of Maine,” stated Future Firm’s Projects and Operations Manager George Groccia.

Future Farms is pleased with worker efficiency and production timeline

Groccia also noted that he was impressed by the efficiency that the team of workers has been demonstrating. Judging by current observations, the company has healthy plans that will provide value through CBD-rich production. Its production particularly targets the hemp-for-wellness market in the northeast region.

Future Farms also revealed that its representatives were present at the Hemp Industry Daily Conference which was held in New Orleans, Louisiana a few days ago. Their attendance at the event was aimed at promoting the company in line with the development of a strong sales pipeline. These plans and actions have been made to make sure that the 2019 harvests reach the market as fast as possible.

The company expects a strong harvest towards the end of the summer season and the early days of autumn. It is also optimistic about the market especially now that hemp and CBD products are gaining popularity, which means that the demand for CBD-based products is rapidly growing.