Denver, CO – ( NewMediaWire ) – October 09, 2020 – Pure Harvest Corporate Group, Inc. (OTC: PHCG), an emerging cannabis and hemp-CBD holding company, is pleased to announce it has acquired all of the assets of Solar Cultivation Technologies, Inc. (“SCT”), a Denver-based solar company focused on bringing solar to the cannabis industry in an effort to minimize the industry’s carbon footprint. This acquisition will allow PHCG to implement SCT’s solar, storage, and intelligent distribution technology throughout its operations in addition to providing these technologies to other operators in the cannabis industry.
“We are extremely excited to acquire SCT’s assets and technology and are confident that this acquisition will position PHCG to become an environmental leader within the cannabis space,” said Matthew Gregarek, CEO of Pure Harvest Corporate Group. “We understand that the industry’s carbon footprint is a tremendous issue and we believe that we now have the tools
Celebrated in songs and folklore, the harvest moon is the best known of the year’s full moons. In 2020, the Northern Hemisphere’s harvest moon occurs on Thursday, October 1.
As the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox, it has a characteristic that make it stand out. It’s not that it rises at sunset — that’s true of all full moons. It’s that it’s close to sunset for a few days in a row.
On average, the moon rises 50 minutes later each day. But at this time of the year, the interval is much shorter — about 25 minutes a day, and even less at more northern latitudes. That means that, not just for one day but for a few days in a row, the moon is big and bright on the eastern horizon in the early evening. Hence the name: During the crucial harvest time, farmers got a
October’s first full moon is the harvest moon on October 1, and the second full moon will occur on October 31. That’s right: a full moon on Halloween.
The full harvest moon will rise at 5:05 pm ET on October 1. The name is given to the full moon that occurs closest to the autumnal equinox. While this full moon usually occurs in September, a full moon on September 2 was too early to be known as the harvest moon. In 2019, the full harvest moon occurred on Friday, September 13.
The full harvest moon provides light for farmers harvesting their crops into the night, according to the Farmer’s Almanac.
The moon will appear full for about three days, according to
Zynga announced Monday that FarmVille is shutting down on Facebook by the end of the year.
The news comes after Facebook announced it would stop supporting games that run on Adobe’s Flash Player by December 31.
The farm simulation game launched in 2009 and quickly rose in popularity, drawing millions of online players.
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FarmVille is shutting down on Facebook by the end of the year, Zynga announced Monday.
The company said the move is due to Adobe’s decision to stop distributing and updating its Flash Player software. Facebook announced in June that it in turn would officially end support for Flash games on December 31, at which point FarmVille users
The “Harvest Moon” is usually in September, but due to a quirk in the calendar, it’s occurring this coming Thursday, October 1, 2020.
The Harvest Moon is one of the most famous full Moons of the year, but is there anything special about this full Moon compared to the one before (the Corn Moon) or after (the Halloween Hunter’s Blue Moon)?
All will be explained, though most importantly, we’ll learn exactly when to be outside looking up this week—and in what direction you need to look—to see the Harvest Moon looking its very best.
So here’s everything you need to know about seeing the Harvest Moon usher-in October—and a season of awesome moongazing.
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