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Award-Winning Strains by DNA Genetics Now Available at Two AZ Dispensaries

DNA Genetics

Copperstate Farms, a vertically integrated cannabis company based in Arizona, has announced that DNA Genetics branded products are now available at its Sol Flower dispensaries in Sun City and Tempe, Arizona. Some strains may become available on a wholesale basis to other dispensaries.

Arizona medical cannabis patients can choose from a diverse selection of top-tier DNA Genetics cannabis strains.  The initial launch will feature Holy Grail, Skywalker Kush, Recon Kush, and Citradol with additional fan favorites coming out in the coming weeks including Kosher Dawg, 4 Prophets, 24k, Tangie, and Lemon OG. Sol Flower dispensaries will carry additional DNA Genetics flower strains in the coming weeks.

 “Having access to Copperstate’s expansive cultivation facility has allowed us to invest further in R&D and bring new and unique strains to the Arizona market,” said Don Morris, Co-Founder of DNA Genetics.

Copperstate Farms entered into a licensing agreement with the globally recognized and award-winning cannabis brand in May 2019 for the exclusive right to cultivate, manufacture, sell and distribute DNA Genetics products.

Since its inception, the genetics developed by DNA have won more than 200 awards, in all categories, at the most prestigious cannabis events around the world – making DNA the global standard in breeding and growing truly best-in-class strains. DNA was rooted in Los Angeles and founded in Amsterdam in 2004 by Don Morris and Aaron Yarkoni.

 “We are excited to debut these world-class and award-winning strains from DNA Genetics. This has been a collaborative effort over twelve month’s time that involved starting with 12,000 seeds before narrowing this down to the exact genetics that deliver on the DNA brand as well as can function well in our greenhouse environment,” said Copperstate Farms CEO Pankaj Talwar.

Photo: Copperstate Farms



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