EDITOR: | February 22nd, 2018

BlueOcean on adding natural carbon without chemicals into water to accelerate plant growth

| February 22, 2018 | No Comments
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“We expect revenue by Q3, likely sooner from lettuce microgreen, basil spice producers that grow in greenhouses indoors that use overhead sprinkling systems that are easy for us to tap into and then probably Q4 for cannabis.” – states Sam Kanes, VP of Strategy and Investor Relations for BlueOcean NutraSciences Inc. (TSXV: BOC) in an interview with InvestorIntel’s Peter Clausi.

Peter Clausi: We are getting ready for the mining show, but today we are talking about something completely different. Tell us about the company.

Sam Kanes: BlueOcean started as an IPO in 2012. What we do and the only thing we do is dissolve CO2 in the water so fine it does not come out until used by plants to accelerate their growth with photosynthesis; all plants, all types.

Peter Clausi: Any plant that has leaves and converts sunlight into food energy can use your process.

Sam Kanes: Yes, the more chlorophyll the darker the plant. Imagine dark lettuce, kale, cannabis . . .

Peter Clausi: Spinach.

Sam Kanes: . . . has been doing this.

Peter Clausi: Okay. Would you need a license to get into the cannabis space?

Sam Kanes: We do not need one for the 28,000 growers in Canada licensed already that are called ACMPRs, medical cannabis. We do need a healthcare exemption for the large Canadian licensed producers who were blocked last March from using foliar spray on their leaves for all things until approved by Health Canada. They could only use natural ingredients…to access the complete interview, click here

Disclaimer: BlueOcean NutraSciences Inc. is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel Corp.


Tracy Weslosky

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An accomplished entrepreneur and corporate finance professional, Tracy Weslosky is the CEO for InvestorIntel Corp. and the VP of Business Development for Bellotti Capital Partners ... <Read more about Tracy Weslosky>


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