“Building a diversified global cannabis company
focused not on where the market is today, but where it is going.”

Alliance Growers was incorporated 2014 in Vancouver, Canada and is publicly traded on the Canadian Stock Exchange under ACG, and on the Frankfurt Stock exchange under the symbol 1LA. The company is dedicated to building shareholder value with its focus on the regional and international regulated medical cannabis market.

Our “Four Pillars” strategy maps out a network between licenced cannabis growers, cannabidiol (CBD) oil extractors, new agricultural technologies, and our own Cannabis Biotech Complex.

Cannabis Bitotech Complex

The first Cannabis Biotech Complex being developed in Mission, BC by Alliance Growers in partnership with BC New Co. will primarily produce plant clones called “plantlets” as a service for cannabis growers to maintain consistent plant strains. The complex will also house facilities for cold storage of plants, CBD oil extraction, and allow our partner Botanical Research In Motion International Inc. (B.R.I.M.) to continue developing new technologies in house.

The plantlet supply contracts the Cannabis Biotech Complex offers will also secure “offtake” agreements for flowers at wholesale cost to be used in CBD oil extraction. These contracts will be made with both external growers as well as Alliance Growers’ own subsidiary producers.

CBD ‘DANA’ Hemp Strain

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Alliance Grower has secured access to a proprietary CBD strain named “CBD DANA,”. The unique strain has been tested for a content of at least 10% CBD with more than 0.3% THC. This CBD yield is substantially greater than traditional hemp strains which typically have at most a 1% content. The lower THC content allows the strain to be classified as “industrial hemp” which makes it ideal for cultivation with less restrictive regulation.

The female plantlets produced in the Tissue Culture Lab at the Cannabis Biotech Complex will be available for hemp farmers on a global scale. Providing hemp farmers with all female, fully rooted plantlets of the strain will provide a significant yield in CBD production for hemp farmers.