Rapidly-Growing – Yet Still Undervalued – CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) Offers Early-Stage Exposure to U.S. Legal Cannabis Market

One of the biggest megatrend investing opportunities of our lifetime is unfolding right now.

The growing wave of recreational cannabis legalization throughout North America – and the world – offers investors a unique opportunity at significant potential upside.

Currently 33 U.S. states – plus the District of Columbia – have legalized cannabis for medical use and 10 states which legalized it recreationally to adults 21 and over.

With a U.S. Presidential election approaching in 2020, the issue of cannabis legalization at the federal level is already receiving a great deal of attention – if the issue isn’t resolved sooner.

Legalization of cannabis at the federal level in the United States will trigger a historic investing opportunity as companies move quickly to enter the space and jockey for position.

One company – CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) – is already perfectly positioned to take advantage of this explosive growth potential thanks to its unique business strategy and its carefully-selected properties in Nevada, Washington and California.

CROP Infrastructure Corp. is an under-the-radar cannabis company focused on cannabis branding and real estate assets. The company’s portfolio of projects includes cultivation properties in California, two in Washington State, a 1,000-acre Nevada cannabis farm, 2,115 acres of hemp CBD farms, and planned extraction in Nevada. CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) Has a Massive Presence in Nevada

As the United States moves closer towards the seemingly inevitable legalization of recreational marijuana at the federal level, CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) is as a leader in Nevada – one of the largest and most visited states in the U.S.

As the United States moves closer towards the seemingly inevitable legalization of recreational marijuana at the federal level, CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) is as a leader in Nevada – one of the largest and most visited states in the U.S.

By establishing such a large presence in Nevada early, CROP is positioned in one of the largest recreational legal states, and ideally positioned for major supply of CBD now legalized via the recently announced farm bill. This positions the company for both an exciting 2019 and for significant upside the very minute the switch is flipped and federal legalization becomes a reality in the U.S.

Investors looking to take advantage of the inevitable “green rush” that comes along with legalization – just as was the case in Canada – would do well to consider investing in companies that have already staked their claim.

CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) primary project in Nevada is a 1,000-acre property just off highway 95 in Esmeralda County, one of the largest THC farms in the state.

This ultra-low cost, organic outdoor focus in Nevada will provide extractors with cost effective extraction materials, giving both CROP and its tenants a significant competitive advantage in Nevada for the 2019 season and beyond.

This property is currently earmarked for cultivation, production, distribution and eventually retail sales. The 40-acre outdoor project is expected to cost $500,000 and is forecast to yield 80,000 pounds of high quality, organically grown outdoor cannabis which will be mostly for sale to extractors and for the company’s tenant’s extraction quotas.Construction is underway on a 40-acre perimeter wall for outdoor and greenhouse production. The project is currently 50% paid for and the tenant is now accepting offtake and supply agreement requests for the 2019 harvest.

Future development plans for this property call for the construction of 60,000 square feet of CROP SAFE greenhouses – estimated to produce an annual yield of 24,000 pounds.

But the Esmeralda County THC farm is only one of CROP’s projects in the state of Nevada.

The Company also has a 2,115-acre fully operational hemp farm in Nye County, Nevada.

In February 2019, CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) announced that its tenant, Hempire, had been issued 2019 hemp handler, hemp nursery and hemp grower licenses covering 1,350 integrated acres on its 2,115 acres of owned or leased CBD-focused lands.

A hemp handler is defined as a person who is registered by the licensing department to receive industrial hemp for processing into commodities, products or agricultural hemp seed.

CROP in October 2018 signed a 3-year supply of 500,000lbs per year of Hemp biomass at $36.00 USD per pound to $57.00 USD per pound plus the cost of delivery depending on the CBD content indicated by the Certificate of Analysis. The contract stipulates that prices will not fluctuate more than 25% over, or below, the range of $36 – $57 per pound. The contract is valued between $13,500,000-$28,500,000 USD per year.

The Company chose to apply for these licenses in anticipation of its lab extracting and producing CBD isolate with a throughput capacity of one ton per day of raw biomass.

In addition, CROP also increased the acreage size covered by its hemp licenses from 240 acres of cultivation in 2018 to 1,350 acres of irrigated cultivation for 2019.

50,000 square feet of greenhouses are being erected to complement the plant starts coming out of the recently completed genetics laboratory.

The company’s increased size and operating range of licenses mean that CROP’s Nevada CBD operations are emerging into a truly world class operation.

CROP’s land holdings, micropropagation team, strategies, drying and extraction capabilities and supply agreements will enable CROP to operate vertically from seeds to isolate to sales in 2019.

CROP’s Unique Business Model Offers Investors Smart Exposure to the U.S. Market

With marijuana still not yet fully legalized at the federal level in the United States, CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) offers investors smart, early-stage exposure to this market thanks to its unique business model.

The cannabis industry is legal for recreational and medicinal uses in a growing number of U.S. states, but because it is not yet legal on a federal level, most banks will not invest or lend cash to the cannabis sector.

As a result, the majority of U.S. cannabis operations have little or no means to secure financing.

That’s not the case with CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF), however. The company is structured similarly to a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) – a company that owns, operates or finances income-producing real estate.

CROP and its infrastructure partners provide select licensed producers in legal growing regions with:

  • turnkey, state-of-the-art greenhouse facilities…
  • brand positioning opportunities…
  • specialized equipment… 
  • and access to approved nutrients.

Owner/operators enter into a fixed period leasehold and management fee structure. Agreements include use of CROP branding and use of CROP “Safety Approval” rating system through access to preferred network of suppliers.

As an investment vehicle, modern greenhouse canopies offer the highest quality production environment at the lowest potential cost to growers.

By providing modern canopies and related infrastructure, CROP helps cannabis producers maintain a competitive edge in one of the most extraordinary opportunities of our generation.

CROP’s fee structure works like this:

  1. CROP Infrastructure Corp. loans capital to purchase real estate, which is leased to the licensed producer/processor.
  2. The Company receives a 60% preferential payback via lease and management fees on greenhouse infrastructure/related equipment, until its deployed capital is returned in full.
  3. Once its investment is repaid in full, CROP retains, typically, a 30-49% interest in the tenants’ operations through management, branding, licensing and lease fees.

This unique business model provides investors with potentially lucrative exposure to the rapidly-growing North American cannabis market without investing directly in an operator in the United States.

The coming legalization in the United States could turn the next 18-24 months into the investment opportunity of a lifetime. As an early participant in this massive, emerging global marketplace, CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) is well-positioned to help investors generate significant potential upside from U.S. recreational legalization.

CROP’s Reach Extends Far Beyond Nevada

In addition to its Nevada projects, CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) also has assets in both Washington State and California.

The company’s “The Dozen” property in Grant County, Washington includes 44,000 square feet of canopy currently under construction and on-target. Plans for this project call for a build-out of an additional 114,000 square feet and a total canopy on the property of approximately one acre.

In addition, CROP’s other Washington property – known as “The Park” – is a 35,000 square foot state-of-the-art canopy on a 9-acre property.

This property includes five flower bays and one vegetation bay for a tenanted Tier 3 producer/processor.

In California, CROP’s Humboldt Farms property is a 30,000 square foot operation that is projected to build a new purpose built light supplemented 35,000 square foot greenhouse – with 10,000 square feet allocated to medicinal marijuana and 20,000 square feet allocated for recreational growth.

CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) Offers Investors Potential for Significant Growth in Valuation

Thanks to its unique business model – and its outstanding portfolio of assets — CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) is well-positioned for significant growth.

This is an early-stage opportunity to invest in what is shaping up to be the most significant megatrend investing opportunity to come along in decades: the legalization of recreational marijuana at the federal level throughout North America.

CROP’s portfolio currently consists of approximately 89,000 square feet of greenhouse/indoor being built out, with 45,000 square feet currently operational between Wheeler Park and the California project. The company has built the framework for aggressive expansion throughout North America.

CROP has the team, vision, industry relationships and access to financing to build and grow this innovative and exciting opportunity.

When compared to other companies in the legal cannabis space, it’s not difficult to see the potential that exists for a rise in valuation for CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF).

Investors looking to take advantage of the growing trend toward legalization throughout North America should seriously consider CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP); (OTC: CRXPF) for its strong upside potential.

i https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/marijuana-legalization-law-reintroduced-congress-801404/
ii https://www.bostonglobe.com/news/marijuana/2019/02/26/all-presidential-candidates-support-legalizing-marijuana-even-republicans/bK4sQjPIgkzm54kl0dmZoI/story.html
iii https://tax.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/taxnvgov/Content/Forms/WMT-RETURN-JAN19-JUN19.pdf

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