Vancouver, British Columbia – TheNewswire – August 6, 2019 – Gaia Grow Corp. (TSXV:GAIA) (the “Company“) or “Gaia“) has entered into a consulting agreement with 2006669 Alberta Inc., operating as Core Ag Inputs – Carstairs (“Core AG”) for an initial seven month term in which Core AG will provide a series of services involving agronomy, land preparation for farming hemp, crop optimization and oversight for the 2019 planting and harvest year. The team at Core AG will also offer agronomy services to additional farmland that Gaia may bring under contract in future years. After the initial term is completed, the agreement renews itself on a month-by-month basis in perpetuity until either party chooses to amend or cancel it.
Core Ag (www.CoreAg.ca) is a network of locally-owned and operated agriculture retail operations across the Canadian prairies offering best in class products (fertilizers, chemicals, seed) and services including field scouting, agronomy, planting and harvesting oversight and marketing within the Canadian marketplace.
Regarding the engagement of Core AG, Gaia’s President James Tworek commented, “The choice to sign up with the team at Core Ag was a natural fit. Their management and operations team, as well as their reputation with large, successful farms and farming partners in their region will be a valued component of Gaia’s operations, where we engage and work with knowledgeable teammates who have successfully grown hemp in the Canadian Prairies. We look forward to growing with them in 2019 and beyond as Gaia executes on its domestic business plan and expands it in future years”
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