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5 Top Weekly TSXV Stocks: Pan Global Resources Takes the Lead

The S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index (INDEXTSI:JX) was down on Friday (September 21), falling 0.63 points to 719.62, or 0.09 percent.

Again, world news was dominated by trade war anxiety as US President Donald Trump pursues his strategies against China.

The US dollar saw a slump last week, boosting gold prices.

Here, the Investing News Network takes a look at what junior miners were up to last week. Below are the top five gainers:

  • Pure Energy Minerals (TSXV:PE)
  • White Gold (TSXV:WGO)
  • Bayhorse Silver (TSXV:BHS)
  • Pan Global Resources (TSXV:PGZ)
  • Nicola Mining (TSXV:NIM)

Scroll down for information on what each company has been talking about.

Pure Energy Minerals

Canadian explorer and developer Pure Energy Minerals has its sights set on lithium, with a flagship lithium brine project in Clayton Valley, Nevada, ideally located next to Albemarle’s (NYSE:ALB) Silver Peak — the only producing lithium mine in North America.

It describes its Clayton Valley lithium deposit as having an inferred resource of 247,000 tonnes of lithium hydroxide monohydrate, with lithium-bearing brine detected to a depth of 820 meters.

While the company released no news in September, in August it announced it had re-negotiated an option agreement with two other companies over mineral claims in the Clayton Valley.

On the TSXV last week, Pure Energy Minerals enjoyed a 75 percent increase in its share value, to C$ 0.175.

White Gold 

Named for the Yukon district it has claims in, White Gold is the largest landholder in the White Gold district at 390,000 hectares, or 40 percent of the entire area.

It describes its properties as ranging from grass roots to advanced exploration projects, including the flagship White Gold property with a mineral resource of 961k indicated and 282.5k inferred ounces of gold.

The company put out big news last week, announcing on Tuesday (September 18) that it had reached an agreement to acquire a 100-percent interest in a portfolio of mining claims from Independence Gold (TSXV:IGO), further increasing its claims in the district.

With the news, White Gold’s share price increased by 69.23 percent over the course of last week to C$ 1.1.

Bayhorse Silver

Bayhorse Silver is working to bring its Bayhorse silver mine in Oregon to production.

According to the company, the Bayhorse property has been historically identified as the location of the largest silver deposit found in the state of Oregon, with mining conducted intermittently since the early 1920.

Earlier this month, Bayhorse announced high-grade assay results from the mine, reporting 26 preliminary assays from 60 channel samples.

According to the release, the samples were promising, with one grading 9,735 grams per tonne.

On the TSXV, the company’s share price rose by 66.67 percent over the five-day period to C$ 0.15.

Pan Global Resources

Pan Global is a Vancouver-based junior resource company actively engaged in base and precious metal exploration in Spain.

The company released news this week about its Aguilas project in Andalucia, a major copper project.

It said that it would be commencing drilling there, with the planned program including approximately 15-23 drill holes ranging from 100 to 230 metres depth for a total of 3000 to 4000 metres. Drill pads are currently being prepared and a drill rig is mobilizing to site with drilling set to commence next week.

In Toronto, Pan Global Resources’ shares were up 33.33 percent to C$ 0.2.

Nicola Mining

Nicola Mining is a public resource mining company with a portfolio of what it describes as high-potential assets, including a mineral processing facility in Merritt, British Columbia and the Treasure Mountain exploration property, a high-grade silver-leadzinc deposit.

It has released no new news this month, but in August it announced positive drill results at another property — the New Craigmont property near Merritt.

The company said the drilling provided a simple overview of copper grade and sectional volume of the approximate 80-90 million-tonne historical waste pile surrounding the Craigmont mine pit.

Last week on the TSXV, Nicola Mining enjoyed a 33.33 percent increase in its share value to C$ 0.14.

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5 Top Weekly TSX Stocks: Wallbridge Surges on Gold Discovery

The S&P/TSX Composite Index (INDEXTSI:OSPTX) opened on a positive note on Friday (September 21), up 12.86 points, to 16,227.61. The uptick was a result of a boost in energy stocks benefiting from the higher oil prices ahead of this weekend’s OPEC meeting in Algeria.

The rising price of oil has been attributed to increasing supply concerns. In November, American embargoes on Iranian goods, including oil and gas, go into effect. On Thursday (September 20), President Trump tweeted his displeasure regarding rising gas prices, and demanded, “the OPEC monopoly must get prices down now!”

Despite a one percent drop in the price of spot gold, Canada’s largest stock index remained steady on its upward trajectory, sitting at 16,259.56 at midday.

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Last week’s top TSX stocks include three precious metals miners, a nickel and cobalt explorer and a diversified metals operator specializing in precious and base metals. The five TSX-listed mining stocks that saw the biggest gains were as follows:

Here’s a look at those companies and the factors that moved their share prices last week.

Royal Nickel Corporation

Diversified metals explorer RNC is primarily focused on its key asset, the Dumont nickel and cobalt project, located in the Abitibi region of Quebec. However, the company also produces gold and copper.

On Thursday (September 20), RNC released a production update for its “Father’s Day Vein” discovery at its Beta Hunt mine. According to the company, there is an estimated 24,000 ounces of high-grade gold worth US$ 38 million. Over the five-day period, shares of RNC soared by 89 percent, trading at C$ 0.53.

Wallbridge Mining

Precious metals explorer Wallbridge Mining is currently focused in Quebec, where it is developing its wholly-owned Fenelon gold property. Presently, the company is conducting test and sample work at the site.

On Wednesday (September 19), Wallbridge announced it had made a new gold discovery in the Habanero zone of the Fenelon. The test work identified 122.35 grams per ton gold over 2.95 metres within zone. Company shares were up 77.78 percent, ending the week at C$ 0.24.

Imperial Metals

Based in British Columbia, Imperial Metals is an exploration, mine development and operating company, focused on base and precious metals. All of the company’s various projects are located in BC, including the Red Chris, Mount Polley and Huckleberry copper mines, as well as the Ruddock Creek leadzinc property.

On September 19, Imperial released a drilling update for the Ruddock Creek project. A diamond drill program at the site intersected zinc, lead and silver. Imperial’s shares climbed 41.23 percent, trading at C$ 1.61.

Nighthawk Gold

Gold explorer Nighthawk is working towards production at its various sites and projects located in the Northwest Territories. The company’s main area of focus is the Colomac gold project, where a recently updated inferred resource indicated 2.6 million ounces of gold.

Nighthawk released an exploration update early in the week. Sixteen of the eighteen holes dug by the company intersected gold mineralizations. Nighthawk stock was up 24.59 percent, to C$ 0.38.

Harte Gold

Precious metals miner Harte Gold is currently focused on the exploration and development of its wholly-owned Sugar Zone property where it has completed a 70,000 tonne advanced exploration bulk sample.

On Thursday (September 20), Harte announced it had received all necessary operating permits from the government of Ontario to start commercial production at the Sugar Zone mine. Company stock grew by 22.67 percent, trading at C$ 0.460.

Data for 5 Top TSX Stocks articles is retrieved each Friday at 10:30 a.m. PST using Trading View using Stock Screener. Only companies with a market capitalization greater than $ 50 million prior to the week’s gains are included. Companies within basic materials and energy sectors are considered.

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Securities Disclosure: I, Georgia Williams, hold no direct investment interest in any company mentioned in this article.

Editorial Disclosure: Wallbridge Mining is a client of the Investing News Network. This article is not paid-for content.

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Greenhouses and the Infrastructure for Cost-efficient Large-scale Cannabis Cultivation

Much of the conversation around the growth of large-scale cannabis cultivation in North America has centered on the massive indoor operations built by the industry giants, however, we are now seeing cannabis companies across the region find that by building or retrofitting existing greenhouses they can achieve the same product quality at much cheaper costs.

In the pre-legalization past, cannabis greenhouses were a rare sight for the simple reason that indoor operations were more discrete at a time when the business was relegated to an underground market. This is why indoor cultivation is now commonly seen as the standard growing method, and part of why misconceptions about the greenhouse growing method are common.

Among the most prevalent of these misconceptions is the idea that greenhouse-grown cannabis is less consistent in quality. In reality, modern cannabis greenhouses offer much of the cost-efficiency of outdoor operations while still incorporating a large part of the environment control capabilities found in indoor growing facilities. This is especially the case when greenhouse grows are paired with cutting-edge cultivation infrastructure and the expertise of experienced growers.

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Types of large-scale cannabis cultivation

Today, most industrial cannabis production falls into three categories: indoor, greenhouse and hybrid. Indoor growing operations are fully enclosed, warehouse-like buildings, relying entirely on artificial light and environment control. While it’s true that indoor setups make for the easiest environmental control, that comes at a cost. The cost for the extensive amount of artificial light required in an indoor operation alone can be a massive expensive. For example, for a 3,600 square foot indoor grow in Colorado, where electricity costs about 10 cents per kilowatt hour, it would cost about $ 5,880 in electricity for lighting alone to raise 144 plants to the flowering stage.

Greenhouses provide a cost-efficient alternative to an indoor growing facility. Commonly used as a way to protect plants from the elements and provide some climate control since the early 20th century, a greenhouse is an enclosed structure with a transparent roof and walls that allows the light and heat of the sun in while creating a microclimate for optimal growth.

In addition to greenhouses and indoor growing spaces, a third option that has gained popularity in recent years mixes elements of the two. Hybrid greenhouses have the permanently constructed walls of an indoor operation with the transparent ceilings of a greenhouse. These structures offer the durability and much of the insolation of warehouses while still allowing growers to utilize free, efficient solar light.

So why go with a greenhouse?

Of the three options, traditional greenhouses are still the most cost effective. Greenhouses are not permanent structures, which means that in most cases they receive construction and expansion permits much faster than fixed structures. Greenhouses are significantly less expensive to construct than warehouses or hybrid greenhouses with their permanent steel and concrete structures. Greenhouses can arrive to the site largely prefabricated, needing only to be assembled, which saves significantly on construction labor costs.

Even the most efficient indoor lighting setups can’t compare to the most powerful light source in the solar system, which just so happens to be 100 percent free. Direct sunlight on a clear day provides light levels of about 1,000 to 1,500 micromoles per square meter per second, compared to 500 to 800 micromoles per square meter per second from a 1,000 watt high pressure sodium lamp.

While of course solar light isn’t available all the time, cannabis companies using solar still enjoy a solid 12-18 hours each day free from having to run the costly high-pressure sodium lamps. This can save growers as much as 50 to 90 percent in energy costs depending on the time of year and other factors.

Not to be overshadowed by the cost savings, that saved electricity significantly lowers the environmental footprint of a growing operation. A 2012 study by Evan Mills, a senior scientist in energy technologies at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, found that indoor cannabis grow operations accounted for one percent of energy use in the United States. As more jurisdictions move to build legitimate cannabis industries, there’s pressure from governments and the public to ensure that the cannabis industry is environmentally sustainable.

Retrofitting existing greenhouses

While having only emerged relatively recently in the legal cannabis space, greenhouses have been used for general commercial plant cultivation for hundreds of years. This means that there is a wealth of development options, expertise and preexisting setups for cannabis growers to utilize. While the needs of cannabis plants may be different from those of tomatoes or flowers traditionally grown in greenhouses, retrofitting existing greenhouse setups for cannabis is not a particularly expensive or time-consuming project in comparison to building new infrastructure. Retrofitting also spares companies from the expense and time committed to the building permitting process.

Examples of these retrofit projects are not hard to find in the cannabis industry. Cannabis company Newstrike Brands (TSXV:HIP) purchased a semi-robotic greenhouse originally used to grow orchids in 2017. The company has since converted the facility for cannabis cultivation and also retained some of the structure’s original staff. Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED,NYSE:CGC) and Les Serres Stéphane Bertrand Inc. also transformed a large-scale tomato greenhouse into a massive 1.3 million-square-foot cannabis facility.

Cannabis infrastructure company CROP Infrastructure (CSE:CROP,OTCMKTS:CRXPF) has also been involved with several of these retrofitting projects. The company recently completed a retrofit program and upgrades on a facility in Washington State that it’s calling “The Park.” The highly automated facility is expected to produce approximately 12,000 pounds of high-grade cannabis each year.

Greenhouse infrastructure considerations

While it might be hard to fathom when comparing them to highly complex indoor grow setups, commercial greenhouses are not simple operations. These setups need to be every bit as technically advanced as their indoor counterparts in order to achieve the same quality. Cutting edge growing infrastructure can further minimize costs associated with heating and electricity and help maintain a profitable operation. Technologies and equipment that automate the cultivation process, such as conveyor belts and light controlled modular greenhouses can also cut down on labor hours, increase yields and give cultivators a substantial edge.

Commercial greenhouses must be heavily ventilated to control heat and humidity levels. These ventilation systems need to be designed to keep out pests as well as airborne pathogens and diseases. Not only that, cannabis greenhouse ventilation needs to be able to prevent pollen from other cannabis plants entering and causing the plants to develop seeds in place of flowers. State of the art ventilation is absolutely vital to maintaining the health and yield of the product.

While it’s true that access to the sun is one of the main advantages to greenhouse cultivation, any setup is going to need grow lights to compensate for times when sunlight is unavailable. A powerful and efficient lighting system is still a necessity for a commercial greenhouse. High pressure sodium lighting is still the current industry standard. However, LED systems now exist from manufactures that claim that they can cut down on electricity usage over high pressure sodium lighting by up to 50 percent.

Another consideration that should be made when designing any commercial grow operation is scalability. Greenhouses should be designed with the capability for scaling up as the industry and business grows. Fortunately, greenhouses with semi-permanent structures are relatively easy to expand. Crop Infrastructure recently entered into a purchase agreement with Humboldt Holdings LLC and as part of the agreement, has successfully added 20,000 square feet of canopy to Humboldt’s 10,000-square-foot greenhouse operation, all of which is either being harvested or is nearing harvest by the licensed tenant grower.

As the legal cannabis industry develops, companies should be looking at a range of options to build the facilities that fit their needs. For cost optimization and scalability greenhouses may well be the best option out there.

This INNspired article is sponsored by CROP Infrastructure (CSE:CROP,OTCMKTS:CRXPF). This article was written according to INN editorial standards to educate investors. 

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