Fairway Green Cannabis, a privately held Biotech Company developing solutions for medical grade cannabis and cannabinoids has announced they have released a line of nanobubble technology systems for the Ag-Tech industry.
“Our nanobubble systems were developed for inclusion in our vertical farms for cannabis cultivation but we found that they also increase yields in the farming of local produce.”Michael Inskip, the Chief Executive Officer of Fairway Green Cannabis
“Achieving higher yields on new or existing farms is one of the sustainable solutions to help address the escalating concerns over access to local produce,” added Mr. Inskip. “Our team feels that this is an exciting space to enter and that it matches our vision to Innovate then Cultivate and should be the first of many Ag-Tech product lines coming out of our research and development into new approaches for cannabis cultivation.”
The Fairway Green Cannabis nanobubble technology platform is a customized full system approach that integrates state-of-the-art nanobubble generation technologies and sensor networks to provide client customized solutions. Nanobubbles are very small, less than 200 nanometer gas bubbles that are injected into water, somewhat like carbonated water. The difference is that the bubbles are so small that they are not visible to the naked eye and unlike normal bubbles the nanobubbles do not recombine and float to the surface and pop. Due to their extremely small size, they have a very large surface area to water ratio that vastly increases the gas dissolution rates enabling you to super saturate the water and increase the dissolved oxygen content up to 8 times that of regular water. The Fairway Green Cannabis nanobubble systems optimization and control of the dissolved oxygen is what enables the increased value.
“Our systems focus is on application and control rather than just generating bubbles.”John Fielding, Director of Nanobubble Technologies at Fairway Green Cannabis.
“For plant-based agriculture our nanobubble systems deliver increased yields, shorter growth cycles, maximized nutrient uptake leading to reduced fertilizer demand and reduced dependence on chemical based pesticides. The uniqueness of the design allows the system to be used in fields, containers and for roof tops for all types of vegetables,” explained Mr. Fielding.
In June 2020, Fairway Green Cannabis announced the acquisition of the assets of Nordik Leaf. In July, they then acquired EcoGreen Crops for their artificial intelligence technologies and in August acquired the Ag-Tech business from Nanobubble Control Systems. In September, they expanded their operations to include a vertical farming business unit. Fairway Green Cannabis is actively looking to acquire additional cannabis companies with Research and Development operations, product ideas or a Health Canada license to cultivate.