Carpenter Farms latest medical marijuana cultivator to reach marketplacePosted by On

Cannabis flower from Carpenter Farms is on Arkansas dispensary shelves, making the Southeast Arkansas cultivator the seventh Arkansas grower to bring products to market. 

Carpenter Farms, also known as Carpenter Medical Group, has sold flower to 34 dispensaries across the state. The cultivator intends to introduce vape cartridges in November, according to Andrew McNeel, the cultivator’s president of sales and marketing. The company plans to produce edibles eventually as well. 

The cultivator grew 25 strains from seed during its first grow at its 60,000-square-foot facility in Grady and made its first harvest in August, owner Abraham Carpenter Jr. 

The grower’s second harvest is expected to take place in about two weeks with 36 strains going to market, McNeel said.

Carpenter Farms received its cultivation license from the state Medical Marijuana Commission in June 2020. A year ago, the grower received an extension from the commission after construction of its cultivation facility was taking longer than expected. 

The state’s five original cultivators and River Valley Relief Cultivation of Fort Smith are also supplying the state’s 38 dispensaries. The state’s eighth cultivator, Leafology, previously known as New Day Cultivation of Garland County, has not brought product to market yet. 

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