The strains that made FloraCal Farms

The strains that made FloraCal Farms
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At the last Hall of Flowers, we hopped around and caught fire from many different brands. One brand that classed me with some good weed? FloraCal Farms. The FloraCal team offered a lil’ quad box of four different strains, and there was a heater called Bananas Foster in there. Not knowing much about them, I reached out to Teddy Moran, FloraCal Farms and Cresco Lab’s Senior Category Manager, to get more information about the brand. Explore FloraCal Farms’ whole harvest on the Weedmaps app. FloraCal Farms’ origin story FloraCal Farms was founded by Drew and Karen Duval circa 2012-2013. The pair had deep roots in Sonoma County as one of the first people to bring indoor cultivation to the area. In fact, the brand was the first licensed indoor cultivator in Sonoma County. “Our founders, Drew and Karen Duval, were pioneers among our friends as far as indoor cultivation during prohibition in the Sonoma County area,” said Moran. “The Emerald Triangle, going back to the ’60s and ’70s, was always huge for outdoor flower. All the hippies left the Bay Area under prosecution, went out in the Back to Land movement, and started growing cannabis in the sun.” Around 2014, FloraCal began putting its flower in branded packaging and evolving into the indoor cannabis giant it’s become over time. And just a few years later, in April 2019, it was announced that FloraCal had been acquired by Cresco Labs, one of the biggest cannabis companies in the world. “At the time, it was the largest merger in the cannabis space ever,” said Moran. In 2020, the Cresco acquisition was completed. Since its fruition, there have been a plethora of strains that have contributed to the indoor brand’s success. These are the strains that made FloraCal Farms. The strains that made FloraCal Farms…

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