Green Cures Announces Final Negotiations For 20 Acres of Agricultural Land

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CALIFORNIA: Green Cures, a medical marijuana and industrial hemp products innovator, announced that the company is in final stages of their negotiations to lease 20 acres of agricultural land in the Adelanto, CA area.

GRCU’s major negotiations to lease 20 acres with the option to purchase are months ahead of the November legalization vote in California. This is a win-win situation once finalized and acquired, as the company is also currently in talks with an already established licensed grower. Upon fully acquiring the land, GRCU will be major steps ahead of competition that will have to go through the lengthy licensing process.

GRCU is very excited about this opportunity to be a part of this major movement in the medical marijuana sector and expects to build a strong foundation that will enable the company to lead the way in cultivation at the public level.

The city of Adelanto is in San Bernardino County, California about 9 miles northwest of Victorville in the High Desert portion of the Inland Empire of the Greater Los Angeles Area.

As conversations of big names from the entertainment industry swirl about interest for licensing, high profile celebrities such as Ky-Mani Marley, one of Bob Marley’s sons, has reportedly already signed on to license a strain of cannabis that will be grown there. Ky-Mani Marley is only one amongst other well-known celebrities potentially entering into business in the city of Adelanto. It appears the city of Adelanto is on the radar and just getting started as more and more are showing real interest in the city’s cultivation industry and it’s very apparent that the city Council is on board.

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