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Terra Tech Headquarters:

18101 Von Karmen 
3rd floor.
Irvine, CA 92612 
phone: 1.855.447.6967
Fax:1.888.330.6883

Edible Garden Farms:

283 County Road 519
Belvidere, NJ 07823

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Through its wholly-owned subsidiary GrowOp Technology, Terra Tech Corp specializes in controlled environment agricultural technologies. The company integrates best-of-breed hydroponic equipment with proprietary software and hardware to provide sustainable solutions for indoor agriculture enterprises and home practitioners. We work closely with expert horticulturists, engineers, and plant scientists to develop and manufacture advanced proprietary products for the fast-growing urban agricultural industry as well as individual hobbyists. Our products are utilized by large companies, small urban farmers, home enthusiasts, and traditional greenhouse growers. Our complete product line is available at specialty retailers throughout the United States, and via our website. Terra Tech Corp was incorporated in July 2008 in the State of Nevada; its subsidiary GrowOp Technology was founded March 2010, in Oakland, California.




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IVXX Premium Quality Cannabis Extracts are now Available at Premier Sherman Oaks Medical Cannabis Dispensary

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Oakland, April 13, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Terra Tech Corp  (TRTC), is pleased to update shareholders on the continued development of IVXX branded cannabis products. The Company is proud to announce that their brand of exceptional quality cannabis products is now available in Sherman Oaks, California at the The Apothecary Collective.  Apothecary is one of Sherman Oaks premier medical cannabis facilities.  They focus on providing a broad selection of quality medications at some of the best prices in the LA market.

"We are thrilled that the IVXX brand is now available to patients in Sherman Oaks, and are excited that we added another patient centric retailer" explains Derek Peterson, CEO of Terra Tech. "We are pleased that our IVXX extracts meet the rigorous standards for quality, consistency and efficacy they demand for their patients. We are seeing solid demand and we are working diligently to increase both production as well as product offerings."

IVXX products are only available to qualified patients through permitted medical cannabis dispensaries that are in full compliance with California Prop 215, SB 420 sections 11362.5 & 11362.7 of HSC. The company has also launched a full website, IVXX.com, in support of the brand. Through the website, patients and brand enthusiasts will be able to learn more about the products offered by IVXX, find local retailers, as well as purchase IVXX branded gear. The Oakland-based lab will be producing all of the concentrates for IVXX.

The Company will issue additional updates to investors in the near future.?


Publicly Traded Company to Go Into Marijuana Cultivation

Posted: 01/23/2014 11:56 am EST Updated: 03/25/2014 5:59 am EDT
For the first time, a publicly traded company has announced plans to go into marijuana farming and cultivation. Terra Tech, a hydroponic farming specialist operating in New Jersey and California that has been publicly traded since February 2012, announced it is applying for a license to operate a cannabis farming facility and dispensary under recently implemented changes to Nevada's medical cannabis laws.Though medical cannabis has been legal in the Nevada since 2001, the state did not allow for dispensaries until 2013. Under Bill 374, signed into law last June, Nevada will allow 66 dispensaries and an unspecified number of grow facilities, kitchens, extraction labs, and testing labs, to operate within the state. 40 of these facilities are allotted to Clark County, where Las Vegas is located, and TerraTech is vying to operate at least one of them.

The Division of Public and Behavioral Health, under Nevada's Department of Health and Human Services, is managing the application process, and based on their criteria, Terra Tech has a strong chance of approval. According to, the agency's deputy administrator Marla McDade-Williams, companies who have a history of success in the industry stand a far better chance of gaining a license to operate. She stated, "Prior experience is a factor we're considering, as well as security, plans for monitoring product, and resources they're putting into inventory control."

As a public company, Terra Tech has only operated in commercial and retail agriculture, producing hydroponically grown food crops and other plants. Though the company has not yet gone into cannabis cultivation, CEO Derek Peterson operates a privately held dispensary in Oakland, CA. Drawing on their resident expertise in both marijuana farming and large-scale hydroponic operations, Terra Tech is the strongest candidate to begin a large-scale marijuana production facility in Nevada.

Commenting on President Obama's recent statements to the New Yorker signaling further easing of federal oversight of state marijuana laws, Peterson said, "The Federal Government is backing off, so it's an opportune time to test the waters. We grow a line of hydroponic herbs and sell to major retailers, and at the same time we're farmers, so why not farm a product that is much more lucrative? It's a no brainer." Half of Terra Tech's proposed Nevada facility will produce cannabis, while the other half will be dedicated to food production to serve Clark County, which currently relies heavily on food produced out of state.

Peterson believes that it's also an opportunity for investors to see marijuana's potential as a publicly traded good. Previously, the only publicly traded companies in the cannabis realm were those providing peripheral goods and services as opposed to actual cannabis, such as Medbox, which provides an automated dispensary machine.

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Derek Peterson, Terra Tech Founder, Ditched Wall Street For Marijuana Business
Posted: 08/27/2012 1:08 pm EDT Updated: 11/08/2012 5:01 pm EST

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DEREK PETERSON
 
  • As far as Derek Peterson sees it, Wall Street can't compete with the marijuana business.

After a decade in investment banking, in late 2009, Peterson learned that a friend's marijuana dispensary was clearing $18 million a year, dwarfing Peterson's $300,000 to $400,000 annual salary at Morgan Stanley.

"The place was the size of a Starbucks and had about 900 patients a day," said Peterson, now 38. "I was a finance guy, always analyzing different industries. I started looking at the products and services utilized in this industry, the economics behind it and how I could prosper from a peripheral business."

Peterson launched GrowOp Technology in May 2010 as a side business, selling "plug and play" mobile hydroponic trailers equipped with everything necessary to grow medical marijuana.

Morgan Stanley fired him seven months later for his pot side business -- unfairly, Peterson claims. He said saw many of his colleagues running side businesses.

"Morgan Stanley Smith Barney believes it treated Mr. Peterson fairly and appropriately, including in its application of its well-established policy requiring disclosure and approval of outside business activities," a Morgan Stanley Smith Barney spokeswoman told The Huffington Post.

Rather than joining another Wall Street firm, Peterson decided to get serious about weed. Through one of GrowOp's investors Peterson had the opportunity in February 2012 to merge with Terra Tech Corp., a publicly-traded firm that was getting out of the voice IP industry.

Besides selling hydroponic trailers for $30,000 to $80,000, his company makes hydroponic equipment, acquiring smaller retailers and creating new technology, including an iPhone app that allows growers to monitor crops remotely. Terra Tech projects 2012 revenues of more than $1 million.

HuffPost Small Business recently asked Peterson what it's like to go from Wall Street to weed.

Were you anxious leaving Wall Street to enter such a risky industry?

It was frightening. I had a billion second thoughts. I spent 10 years building up to where I was, and was walking away from periodic seven-figure bonuses, benefits, expense accounts and perks to run my own company, living off my savings. But I had a conversation with my family, and with my wife behind me, I jumped in and started kicking with both feet.

What did your peers on Wall Street think?

For the most part, everyone was excited. There was a lot of press at the time around the "green rush," so they understood there was a market opportunity, but I could tell they thought I was crazy for leaving the comfort of Wall Street. For me, it was more important to make some sort of impact, create some jobs and actually contribute to society in some small way.

What Wall Street principles did you want to apply to the medical marijuana industry?

I saw a fragmented industry and knew it was a good opportunity for mergers and acquisitions, for the consolidation of mom-and-pop shops that didn't have an exit strategy or ability to monetize. The first and simplest concept I brought was economies of scale. You've got a thousand different retailers all buying at standard price, so by forming a buying group, you could compete for better pricing. We're going for complete vertical integration, to try to amalgamate the industry.

Was it difficult to break into a business in which the players weren't necessarily familiar with these principles?

It's a cultural industry in which people are congealed by loyalty and don't want outsiders coming in and shaking things up too much. We found it was easier for us to present the opportunity to bigger chains that had business acumen.

Besides the inside adjustments, do you feel the outside pressure of being in a controversial industry?

I never wanted to get involved with the plant directly, because of state and federal laws. If we owned a dispensary, that would be a different ballgame, but we do a good job of keeping it at arm's length. We sell hydroponic equipment to cultivate products, whether that's food or cannabis, so we haven't felt any pushback. As dispensaries close, we've even seen an uptick as patients come to companies like us to cultivate their own medicine. At the end of the day, patients who are going to consume are going to consume. There's demand for the product, whether it's a white market, black market or gray market.

Are you motivated by personal as well as professional reasons?

I broke my neck five years ago in a surfing accident. I landed head first on a sandbar, and in the hospital, they put me on this painkiller. You feel unbelievable when you're on it, but it's the worst withdrawal ever. I started utilizing cannabis, not only in smokable form, but in creams for my back. So I'm a huge proponent from understanding firsthand its efficacy and lack of side effects. I find it frustrating, as an entrepreneur, when the economy is in the state it's in, watching businesses creating full-time, well-paying, fully benefited jobs shut down by the feds. It's difficult for me to wrap my head around why it's not taxed, regulated and legalized. I don't understand why we're pushing it in the opposite direction right now.

What's your vision for your company?

To continue with M&A, expand our product lineups and integrate technology. We've made an environmental controller where farmers can control the cycle of cultivation, turn lights on and off, monitor CO2 levels, temperature and dehumidifiers from an iPhone or iPad. If they get a perfect crop, they can pull that data off the digital control and replicate it for the next crop. Increased technology can make indoor cannabis growing more environmentally friendly as well as add value to agriculture, given the droughts and our fragmented food distribution system.

You want to change the industry with innovative technology that could also have mainstream applications that change the way we live. So you're kind of like the Steve Jobs of weed?

Wow. I hope so.

Entrepreneur Spotlight

Name: Derek Peterson
Company: GrowOp Technology, merged into Terra Tech Corp.
Age: 38
Location: Irvine, Calif.
Started: May 2010, merged in February 2012
Employees: 8
2012 Projected Revenues: More than $1 million 
Website: http://www.terratechcorp.com/

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Terra Tech Corp. Enters into Strategic Partnership with Inergetics

Irvine, Feb. 4, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Terra Tech Corp (TRTC), through their subsidiary GrowOp Technology, today announced it has entered into a strategic partnership with Inergetics, Inc. (NRTI), a leading developer of nutritional supplements, to jointly develop a line of natural Cannibidiol based nutritional supplements.

The strategic partnership will combine Inergetics's proven expertise in successfully developing and marketing innovative nutritional supplements that help consumers lead better and healthier lives with Terra Tech Corp's agricultural expertise and established distribution network of dispensaries in legalized medical cannabis markets.

The featured active ingredient in this new product line will be Cannibidiol (CBD), a non-psychoactive component of cannabis that possesses a wide range of therapeutic benefits.  The supplements will be initially marketed to consumers of medical cannabis in legally approved markets who suffer from ailments that can benefit from CBD's pain management and other therapeutic properties.  To date, 20 states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws to legalize medical marijuana.

"We're pleased to be entering into this strategic partnership with Terra Tech and we look forward to developing a unique supplement line to help patients manage their pain," said Inergetics CEO Mike James. "This partnership will help Inergetics expand our product line into pain management supplements for consumers who are looking to address these symptoms while improving their quality of life."

"Inergetics has formulated and distributed major brands nationwide and their products have been endorsed by both athletes and celebrities giving us the confidence that we have selected a top tier development partner," said Terra Tech CEO Derek Peterson. "This partnership will allow both Terra Tech and Inergetics to reach a growing number of patients who turn to natural supplements to help manage pain, nausea and other debilitative symptoms."

Consumers who are utilizing compounds extracted from plants for medicinal purposes are beginning to demand a higher caliber of product. Inergetics manufacturing standards, quality controls and extraction methods are second to none.  Relying on their core strengths the company plans to introduce a medical grade quality product to consumers throughout states with current medical cannabis laws in the near future.

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Terra Tech Announces Plans to Apply for Medical Cannabis Permits in Nevada Forms Team Headed by Former ACLU Lobbyist

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Las Vegas, Jan 29, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) — Terra Tech Corp (TRTC), through their subsidiary GrowOp Technology, is pleased to announce they have formed a team focused on competing for permits to operate cannabis businesses within the state of Nevada. The team is to be headed by former principal lobbyist for the ACLU at the Nevada state legislature Rebecca Gasca.

Rebecca Gasca is CEO of Pistil and Stigma, a values-driven community and government relations firm that focuses on legislative change, public policy, program development, fundraising, advocacy and public relations. She is former Rotary International Goodwill Ambassador to Chile and recently served as a US State Department Legislative Fellow to Nepal. In Nevada, she has lobbied successfully on hundreds of pieces of legislation and her firm worked closely on the medical marijuana dispensary legislation that was signed in to law by Republican Governor Brian Sandoval.

“We aligned ourselves with Rebecca due to her history of expertise in helping shape socially responsible legislation,” says Derek Peterson, CEO Terra Tech Corp. “She has been on the ground floor in Nevada since the inception of their medical cannabis dispensary bill and was instrumental in its formation. She is heading our team and assisting us in the formation of our applications.

The company plans on applying for both retail and cultivation permits to obtain vertical integration within the market. If successful the company intends on building a food production facility in addition to produce fresh and locally grown herbs for sale into restaurants and casinos throughout Clark County.

“The indoor cultivation that you see taking place throughout the country is a drain on electricity as well as other natural resources,” says Rebecca Gasca CEO of Pistil and Stigma. “I chose to work with Terra Tech due to their commitment to sustainable agricultural practices as it relates to both food and cannabis. Patients deserve to have access to quality medication grown in food grade quality facilities and our objective is to make Nevada the poster child for a program that is both patient and environmentally friendly.”

Nevada plans on opening up the medical marijuana cultivation and application process during early summer 2014 and the company expects the state to award permits by the end of summer or early fall of this year.

About Terra Tech

Terra Tech Corp. (TRTC) through its wholly-owned subsidiary GrowOp Technology, specializes in controlled environment agricultural technologies. The company integrates best-of-breed hydroponic equipment with proprietary software and hardware to provide sustainable solutions for indoor agriculture enterprises and home practitioners. Our complete product line is available at specialty retailers throughout the United States, and via our website. Through its wholly-owned subsidiary Edible Garden, cultivates a premier brand of local and sustainably grown hydroponic produce, sold through major grocery stores such as Shoprite, Food Emporium and others throughout New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.

For more information about Terra Tech Corp visit: www.terratechcorp.com

Visit us on Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/terratechcorp

Follow us on Twitter @terratechcorp

For more information about Edible Garden visit: http://www.ediblegarden.com

Visit Edible Garden on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ediblefarms

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Statements in this press release may be “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Words such as “anticipate”, “believe”, “estimate”, “expect”, “intend” and similar expressions, as they relate to the company or its management, identify forward-looking statements. These statements are based on current expectations, estimates and projections about the company’s business based, in part, on assumptions made by management. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to predict. Therefore, actual outcomes and results may, and probably will, differ materially from what is expressed or forecasted in

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such forward-looking statements due to numerous factors, including those described above and those risks discussed from time to time in Terra Tech Corp.’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. In addition, such statements could be affected by risks and uncertainties related to Terra Tech Corp.’s (i) product demand, market and customer acceptance of its equipment and other goods, (ii) ability to obtain financing to expand its operations, (iii) ability to attract qualified sales representatives, (iv) competition, pricing and development difficulties, (v) ability to integrate GrowOp Technology Ltd. into its operations as a reporting issuer with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and (vi) general industry and market conditions and growth rates and general economic conditions. Any forward-looking statements speak only as of the date on which they are made, and the company does not undertake any obligation to update any forward-looking statement to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this release. Information on Terra Tech Corp.’s website does not constitute a part of this release.

 

 

 

 
 

Edible Garden: The Living Difference.

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Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine, said “Let thy food be thy medicine, and thy medicine be thy food”. It is clear that our best “food medicines” are living plant foods. To learn more about how to take full advantage of our locally grown, fresh, living foods please visit our recipes section.

 

 

 

 
 

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#120003  Sticky Note Link to Insider buy from 4/24/15 allson 04/24/15 09:19:32 PM
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#120072   I like anything that makes me money. oystersnbeer 04/25/15 05:20:12 PM
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#120070   We don't know why that buy happened, there allson 04/25/15 05:00:14 PM
#120068   It's insulting that the folks at TRTC believe MonestHind 04/25/15 04:55:29 PM
#120067   Hopefully this offers a trade on Monday - Cbdpotential 04/25/15 04:48:29 PM
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#120064   Doesn't make much sense, does it? oystersnbeer 04/25/15 03:42:06 PM
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#120034   Could.. If... May... Please... TRTC going to dollarland on the Cbdpotential 04/25/15 11:21:57 AM
#120032   Comments about when a TRTC share-dilution could occur? TKane 04/25/15 11:15:35 AM
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#120027   Why are these facts even being debated? This Cbdpotential 04/25/15 10:54:48 AM
#120026   Thatb s not the fully diluted share count Doc K 04/25/15 10:15:35 AM
#120025   LOADED UP ON MORE SHARES AT $.15..EASY 10-BAGGER BusProfHarvardU 04/25/15 10:04:51 AM
#120022   SHARES RISE 10% INTO CLOSE AFTER IRRATIONAL DUMP BusProfHarvardU 04/25/15 09:54:53 AM
#120021   * Represents beneficial ownership of less than one percent all4weed 04/25/15 09:52:45 AM
#120020   That's because marketwatch is calculating from stale share GreenGro 04/25/15 08:26:32 AM
#120019   Any proof? Sure isnt the pps thats cooking. 80sMovieBadGuy 04/25/15 06:10:33 AM
#120018   Insider buying action .... Something's cooking Jumboo 04/25/15 01:48:45 AM
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