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Cannabis Companies Garner Attention As Sector Continues to Grow: Company Announces Collaboration To Develop Seed To Sale Software

CORAL SPRINGS, Florida, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Marijuana industry continues to develop as companies expand operations: Discovery Minerals LTD. (OTC: DSCR), Verde Media Group, Inc. (OTC: VMGI), SK3 Group Inc. (OTC: SKTO), Tranzbyte Corporation (OTC: ERBB) and Growlife, Inc. (OTCBB: PHOT)

Discovery Minerals LTD. (OTC Pink: DSCR) News:  Medical Marijuana Seed to Sale Software Being Developed Through a Collaboration Between Discovery Minerals LTD and Infinite Healthcare Solutions.  DSCR is pleased to announce its newly formed collaboration with Infinite Healthcare Solutions Inc. ("IHS").  This partnership aims to develop a vertically integrated seed to sale software platform specifically targeting the forthcoming regulatory requirements surrounding the medicinal marijuana industry.

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Infinite Healthcare Solutions, based in Tampa, FL, has been providing healthcare technology consulting services and solution for over 10 years.  Their core business services include providing Software Development, System Integration, Solution Architecture Design and Technology Evaluations.

Verde Media Group, Inc. (OTC Pink: VMGI) recently announced that it has entered into negotiations with an overseas company to produce medical hemp products from industrial hemp (Cannabis sativa) in Asia. Currently, more than 30 nations grow industrial hemp as an agricultural commodity, which is sold on the world market. In the United States, however, production is strictly controlled under existing drug enforcement laws. There is no known commercial domestic production and the U.S. market depends solely on imports. Hemp is native to central Asia and produces large crop output per hectare farmed with significant economic benefits to the producers. The party that Verde is in negotiations with operates over 5,000 hectares of land for contract operations that can be further extended to 15,000 hectares as required as operations expand.

SK3 Group Inc. (OTC Pink: SKTO) recently announced that it now has an additional new distributor in the San Francisco Bay Area in California for its wholesale managed collective portfolio. This step increases the reach of its wholesale managed collective portfolio into additional medical cannabis dispensaries and delivery services for its various product lines including: Dharmanol, Canna-Loz Organic Oil, T-Hydro-Can, Yak Capsules, Yeti Honeybud Oilers, Organakoil, Greenie Whole Plant Cookies, Haute Chocolate Instant Drink Mix, and Mocha-juana Instant Drink Mix. This also opens the way for additional expansion of the Pharmajanes.com delivery service. The total population of the San Francisco Bay Area is over 7.1 million people, making it the second most populous urban area in California after the Greater Los Angeles area, and the fifth largest in the United States.

Tranzbyte Corporation (OTC Pink: ERBB) recently announced the arrival of American GreenZine(http://www.americangreenzine.com) as the masthead of the network it envisions tying together the industry, from the grower to the consumer, from seed to sale AND use. The online magazine, powered by Sociative (http://www.sociative.net), a content discovery platform, uses the real-time web activity of topical influencers to surface the best content on any subject. We will be celebrating the birth of the American GreenZine publication on Friday, April 4th at 8:20am (EDT). "With every passing day more news and articles come out about this industry, but they are located in 1000 or more different places, and many of the stories are musings by pundits who may know much or nothing at all about the industry. By aggregating and organizing the information, we provide a portal through which people can get all the news they want and filter it on their own," comments David Gwyther, Tranzbyte's president.

Growlife, Inc. (OTCBB: PHOT) a diversified company operating in the legal cannabis industry which develops, markets and deploys products and services of legal cannabis, has been selected by Kyle Kushman and his companies to handle national distribution of the VegaMatrix line of nutrients and supplements.  The VegaMatrix product line, particularly the organic formulations for which Kyle Kushman is world renowned, have contributed to a remarkable 18 different Cannabis Cup awards over the last several years. "Our partnership brings together two leaders in the legal cannabis industry to support organic growers in clean crop production and maximum yields," stated Sterling C. Scott, Chairman and CEO of GrowLife, Inc. "We share with Kyle Kushman a commitment to quality, organics and customer service that set the standard for the industry.  Time and again, VegaMatrix products have proven best in class, as evidenced by the top industry awards and accolades from its loyal following of early stage customers.  GrowLife is proud to be selected as the exclusive U.S. distributor, and is encouraged by the strong industry support for the VegaMatrix product line."

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