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Takeaways From Touring Glass House Farms And The Farmacy

Mar. 09, 2022 4:50 AM ETGlass House Brands Inc. (GLASF)12 Comments
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Jesse Redmond


  • Glass House specializes in greenhouse-grown flower.
  • Glass House grows in fully-enclosed, Dutch-style greenhouses.
  • Consistent ideal growing conditions are a key advantage for all of Glass House’s greenhouses.

Cannabis Farm Greenhouse

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The structures, the people, the plants, and the technology all impressed me. Maybe most importantly, touring the two current greenhouses gave me confidence that Glass House can go bigger.

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Former hedge-fund manager and dispensary operator now building cannabis portfolios. I write about cannabis stocks on greengiants.net, run an investment-consulting business called Higher Calling, and am the co-host of CEO Interviews on Seeking Alpha.

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Comments (12)

bazooooka profile picture
I wonder if Glass House can be certified to export product to Europe. If so, what an opportunity.
Brainfelt profile picture
Thank you very much for your rich and informative write-up. If they can pull it off, the stock will be great. If Interstate Weed Commerce comes and States allow out-of-State grown weed to come in, the stock will be major.
Jesse Redmond profile picture
@Brainfelt yep, the interstate call option is an under appreciated part of the story. However, just getting the California market healthy (more stores & lower taxes) will be a huge boost. They are swimming upstream currently.
This is a great series with a different look at the canabis industry. I like everything about the story of GLASF and their approach to the industry, but CA is a brutal place to operate, at least legally. The potential loss of the retail outlets is a big issue, IMO. It would be interesting to hear @Jesse Redmond 's review of the flower vis a vis other top quality flower, regardless of cost. It would also be interesting to hear the THC/CBD levels of such flower and how that compares to rival providers best flower. I am long Haborside and wonder if that might be an interesting merger possibility.
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@Arimnestos Thanks for the comment. I am finishing the third installment of this series where I review the flower and edibles. As a preview, the flower is excellent and the three strains I reviewed tested 35-40% total cannabinoids. Stayed tuned, should be up in the next few days.
@Jesse Redmond I am used to seeing a THC% and a CBD% on most flower strains I see here in northern Nevada."total cannabinoids" in the 35-40% range sounds impressive, but how does that translate into say THC%? On a recent trip to the Bay Area and up into the wine country, I saw many strains at 35% THC and higher. In northern NV, those sorts of %'s are rare. TIA
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@Arimnestos I tend to look more at total cannabinoids and terpene levels, as THC is just part of the puzzle. But, their Super Silver Haze is a cut Graham has been growing for over 20 years. The jar I have tested at 39.87% total cannabinoids and 32.43% THC. And, this is for flower that sells for about $30 an 1/8th pre tax. I'm reviewing this strain and two more in my next article.
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