A micro cultivator may have up to 2,152 SF of canopy space and is permitted to grow up to 600kg of cannabis.
Many independent growers in Canada are struggling with the conversion process into one of the new classes of cultivation in the Cannabis Act. The licensing forms, compliance, capital requirements, and oversight necessary to become a micro cultivator can be overwhelming.
Pattern Micro Cultivation’s turnkey solution helps growers to transition into the legal cannabis cultivation ecosystem. Our team will provide you with oversight and support through every step of this process, including:
Security Assessment & Upgrades | Licensing Applications | Compliance | Facility Design and Build-out | Equipment Sourcing | Financing | SOPs | Branding | Business Logistics | Processing | Analytics | Distribution | Ongoing Support
how it works
We build GMP compliant cultivation facilities or upgrade existing ones and integrate them into our scalable growing platform. GMP certification allows our cannabis to be exported out of Canada by a purchaser with the required licenses.
The turnkey Pattern Micro Cultivation Facility was designed by two world class professionals who worked for a well-known Canadian Licensed Producer (LP). Mechanical, Engineering, Electrical, and Plumbing design are overseen by an industry expert who has worked on numerous large LP facilities.
Domestic supply agreements are negotiated, and our collective output is streamed through this distribution portal. Most of the micro cannabis grown outside of the Pattern community will not be exportable because their facilities will not be GMP certified; Pattern’s cannabis will be highly sought after by Canadian companies who have secured lucrative export agreements with international companies. Provincial and Territorial distribution outlets will also purchase Pattern’s craft cannabis. LPs will include our diverse selection of exceptional cannabis and cannabis products in their product offerings in Canada and abroad.
Our turnkey conversion platform allows growers to focus on what they are best at while we take care of the rest.