Marijuana Company of America Inc. (MCOA) Developing a Vertically Integrated Hemp-Based Enterprise

Three-pronged approach to collaborative agricultural study begins on 125-acre industrial hemp project in New Brunswick, Canada MCOA’s affiliate marketing program implemented to promote and sell its hempSMART CBD-infused consumer products High quality, hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD)-based consumer products fighting impact of dangerous, synthetic fakes

Marijuana Company of America Inc. (OTC: MCOA) and its joint venture partner, Global Hemp Group Inc. (CSE: GHG) (OTC: GBHPF) (FRANKFURT: GHG), are developing a vertically integrated industrial hemp enterprise by now gaining traction within the farming industry. The partners recently completed planting of industrial hemp on 125 acres at the New Brunswick hemp project located in the province of New Brunswick, Canada. The collaborative effort is supported by a C$10,750 grant awarded by the New Brunswick Department of Aquaculture, Agriculture and Fisheries (“DAAF”).

The grant will be used during the 2018 cropping season in three distinct areas of study. The data collected from the initiatives will help improve…

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