BUENA PARK, CA--(Marketwire - April 16, 2010) -  GreenGro Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GRNH), a medical marijuana provider holding company, announced today that it has entered into agreements with 3 local dispensaries to manage the cultivation of medical cannabis on behalf of their patients. First year revenues are projected to exceed $1 million.

Under the agreements, GreenGro will staff and manage 3 separate collectives. The Company has agreed to provide equipment, funding and technical expertise in exchange for a fixed management fee. As a result of these new agreements, GreenGro will provide the California Non-Profit Collectives the opportunity to develop proprietary medical strains as well as enabling patients to purchase medical marijuana below current market pricing.

"It is the intent of the California law to provide for the cultivation and distribution of medical marijuana in our state for the benefit of patients," stated a Company spokesman. "Under current arrangements, dispensaries have been purchasing cannabis from a large number of vendors and growers throughout the state. By entering into grow agreements, we are enabling these dispensaries to not only fully comply with SB 420 (which encourages access to medical marijuana through 'collective, cooperative cultivation projects'), but more importantly, to fall within Federal guidelines and to provide patients with the highest quality medicine at substantially lower prices by growing their own products."

About GreenGro: GreenGro Technologies is a vertically integrated medical marijuana company which provides management services for the cultivation of medical marijuana to non-profit patient cooperatives in southern California. 

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GreenGro Technologies, Inc.
Michelle Hector-Batson
(949) 891-8933