NetworkNewsBreaks – Green Hygienics Holdings Inc. (GRYN) Using Proprietary Techniques to Stand Out in Science-Driven Cannabis Cultivation

Full-scope, premium cannabis company Green Hygienics Holdings (OTCQB: GRYN) is capitalizing on its proprietary aeroponics-based techniques to stand out in the budding cannabis industry and emerge as a science-driven cultivation leader. An article discussing the company and its methods reads, “Aeroponics-based cultivation has nutrients delivered directly to the exposed roots of the cannabis plant. The root does not touch soil, rocks or a growth medium, which enhances control over every aspect of cannabis cultivation. This method significantly increases growing efficiency, with the cost per unit being brought down to less than one dollar. In comparison, indoor cultivation competitors have a cost per unit in the range of two to four dollars.”

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About Green Hygienics Holdings Inc.

Green Hygienics is a full-scope, premium, cannabis company targeting the high-end medical and adult-use recreational markets. With more than 25 years of experience in agricultural science and innovation, Green Hygienics is establishing itself as a leader in the advancement of science-driven cannabis cultivation systems. The company business model includes generating revenues from the cultivation and sales of premium-grade cannabis products, developing and licensing valuable IP, creating trusted global consumer brands and making strategic acquisitions. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GreenHygienicsHoldings.com.

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