Enviro-Serv Issued Florida Hemp License
Enviro-Serv Inc. has been issued a hemp license from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services on May 1 under the name Go Farm Hemp USA. The company will soon plant its 2020 hemp crop in Wisconsin within two weeks (weather permitting) and its first Florida crop by the end of July.
Enviro-Serv will be planting its first 15,000 CBD clones of a high-quality genetic strain in its newest farming partnership located near Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. The company will also be planting 10,000 high-quality feminized CBG seeds purchased from its Oregon genetics distributor used last season. This is double the amount of planting as last year.
“The weather has been perfect thus far as we’ve successfully prepared our farms for cover crop and soil amendment and look forward to a very successful planting season right around the corner,” said Enviro-Serv, Inc. Chairman and CEO Chris Trina.
“Currently we are in a small joint venture with David Santana on a 2.5 acre parcel on his Homestead farm as he will be working alongside the University of Florida in their Hemp IFAS program out of the Homestead extension,” Trina said. “Mr. Santana has been invited to work closely with the UF team on research and farming protocols. We believe our strong relationship with David and his working relationship with UF will aid greatly in a successful first-year harvest. Additionally, opportunity has presented itself in Fort Pierce, Apopka and Brooksville, Florida as well. We certainly don’t want to bite off more than we can chew but as we stated way back in October 2018, it’s been our corporate goal to grow hemp in Florida and with the successful issuance of our hemp license a few weeks ago we are eager to lock down all or some of these farming partnerships as soon as feasible.”
Enviro-Serv, Inc., is a holding company for subsidiaries generating revenue in full service pest control, environmental government contracting, and the cultivation and processing of biomass hemp and hemp-related products.