We are New Zealand's largest grower of medical cannabis, and are poised to become one of the world’s biggest large-scale organic growers.
We are focused on growing premium and pure medical cannabis – indoors and outdoors.
In late 2020 we began planting 10ha of medical cannabis plants outdoors at our Kēkerengū farm on the Kaikoura Coast, and we will begin hand-harvesting these in March 2021. Our indoor plants are grown in our high security research facility at Waihopai in Marlborough, and are a mixture of CBD and THC plants.
Puro's truly premium product will be sold to pharmaceutical and extraction partners in New Zealand and overseas.
"Kekerengu will be re-generative agriculture, sustainable and certified organic. I am not aware of any other farm worldwide achieving this level of ethical cultivation and sustainability."
Shareholder Presentation Video March 2021
TVNZ Feature on Puro – Medical Cannabis New Zealand
Hang drying premium cannabis flower inside Puro’s Kēkerengū facility
High potency THC cannabis seedlings at Puro's Waihopai Research Facility
Harvest of high potency CBD cannabis flower grown to organic protocols.
Puro’s outdoor cannabis cultivation facility in Marlborough New Zealand.
Puro handpicked its two cannabis cultivation sites for the high sunshine hours and intense UV ratings the Marlborough region offers. Puro’s niche business model is to be a specialist contract grower of cannabis flower for pharmaceutical and therapeutic purpose, rather than being a manufacturer.
Its two cultivation facilities produce a variety of CBD, CBG and THC cannabis flower and biomass for local and global extraction partners and licensed manufacturers.
Puro is working towards developing sustainable, chemical free and organic approaches to agriculture. BioGro, New Zealand's largest and best-known certifier for organic produce and products, has recently audited Puro’s medicinal cannabis cultivation at Kēkerengū and certified the site as in conversion to organic. Puro is on track to achieve full BioGro Organic status for the Kēkerengū site in the next 18 months.