Stability Completes 50th Full Scale Harvest in Okla.

The company was founded in late 2018 and is now Oklahoma's largest cultivator of medical marijuana.

A Stability Cannabis flowering room in in full bloom.
A Stability Cannabis flowering room in in full bloom.
Stability Cannabis

Stability Cannabis is Oklahoma's largest cultivators of medical marijuana.

On October 7, 2020, Stability announced its 50th crop harvested. According to the company, it has developed a new cultivation method and maintains 14 lifecycles of crops in perpetual production.  

Stability was founded in the fourth quarter of 2018. Since then, the company has grown to become a preeminent brand in Oklahoma cannabis after winning numerous statewide awards including best cannabis flower, best cannabis store, Oklahoma's top place to work and pharmaceutical company innovator of the year. 

In a statement, Chief Executive Officer Denver Kitch said, "Stability has created jobs for more than 100 Oklahomans, supporting hundreds of family members and we continue to expand our workforce and benefits offerings. We are proud of the hard work of our entire team in reaching this milestone."  

According to David Lewis, Chief Operating Officer, Stability recently completed its multi-million-dollar Phase II expansion of its cultivation facilities. The investment increased production capacity by 125%.   

"While there have been some flashy billboard brands enter the market and failed to find traction, we are proud to have built a sustainable operation which is an important contributor to the Oklahoma tax base as well as an significant job creator," Lewis added.  

According to Chief Cultivation Officer Austin Clay, Stability is not only the largest indoor cultivator in Oklahoma, but it can now produce dozens of varieties. 

The company has more than 85,000 square feet of indoor cultivation space.

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