IL Craft Grow Application Review

An Inside Look at a Successful Craft Grow Application

The Illinois Department of Agriculture ("IDOA") sent out deficiency notices to Craft Grow Applicants on Tuesday, January 26. Per the rules, responses are due by Friday, February 5.

Nexem, an indoor ag-tech education, managed cultivation services and infrastructure solutions company, wrote, funded, supported and submitted 3 craft grow license applications as part of its social equity incubation program.

Based on the deficiency notices, the combined applications received perfect scores across 20 of the 22 total available graded measures.

We discuss and analyze the applications submitted by Nexem, the deficiency response process and the scoring rubric so that you can gain the knowledge to help get your application to the top 40.

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