Ryan Kelly, CEO of MHD was quoted as saying “After my recent tour of Bazelet Oglesby’s Altha campus, I was overwhelmed at how far advanced they are over any hemp business I have seen. We are pleased to become an integral part of Bazelet Oglesby’s customer experience program; they are doing exactly what the Florida hemp industry should be doing to be successful.”
The Company is without doubt one of the first on the earth to breed and develop protected, efficient, 0.00% THC cannabis crops and is pinpointing correlations between the genetic results of sure strains for his or her optimum medicinal, client, and industrial software. The Company can also be the licensed patent, trademark, and producer of Panakeia, the world’s first USPTO patented cannabis plant.
“Mobile Hemp Drying enables the safe, rapid drying of our THC Free cannabis plants. Customers with our expanded Plant Science Service Plan can now save time, money and reduce risk.” Said Kirk Calvert, Director for Bazelet Oglesby who went on to say, “MHD’s drying system is powered by equipment made by our friends at LMC Manufacturing in Donalsonville, Georgia and is a superior solution and value to our customers.”
About Bazelet Oglesby: An progressive plant science firm establishing itself as a world chief in tissue tradition propagation and the manufacturing of younger crops for the worldwide horticulture trade. The firm is a subsidiary of Bazelet Health Systems and Oglesby Plants International. Bazelet Health Systems, Inc. is wholly owned by Neon Bloom, Inc.
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SOURCE Bazelet Health