The State of Colorado, Earthly Labs, Denver Beer Co., and The Clinic have concluded a pilot programme to capture waste CO2 at Denver Beer during the fermentation process, sell and deliver it to The Clinic’s cannabis grow operations and use it to stimulate cannabis plant growth.
Conclusions of the pilot revealed the ability for Denver Beer Co to keep the equivalent of approximately 93 trees worth of CO2 from the atmosphere, while providing The Clinic’s CO2 needs for a complete 16-week harvest at a 15% reduced cost to commercial CO2.
The cannabis plants met their key growth milestones at the different phases of growth from propagation to vegetation, and flowering, and emerged health demonstrating expected weight and yield as compared to commercial CO2 sources.
Called “93 Hoppy Trees” the Clinic’s new 100% natural CO2-powered cannabis product line is now available online. And as a result of success, The Clinic and Denver Beer will expand the partnership to reduce CO2 emissions and offer product all year round.
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