Aleafia Health (TSX: ALEF)(OTC:ALEAF)(FRA:ARAH) has the most modern fully automated greenhouse in the Niagara region. This 160,000 sq. ft. facility housing advanced growing equipment in now materially
complete and features advanced automation with the ability to year round harvest. It is now said to be in operationalized within two weeks of securing a Health Canada Cultivation License.
The greenhouse acquired in July 2018 is built under the Dutch Hybrid design, engineered with glass exteriors to let in the maximum amount of sunlight in while also allowing this Venlo style grow to be airtight to reach maximum levels of CO2 with easy regulation of temperature due to its high ceilings and sun shades.
This facility work perfectly especially in the Niagara Region micro-climate which was strategic by significantly reducing electricity expenses and accelerating the seed to harvest periodon Aleafia’s part to stay true to its low cost grows.
In 2018, the company welcomed Lucas Escott to its team. Escott is aexperienced Master Horticulturalist and he came to the team with the intention of driving the expansion of the Company’s existing Health Canada Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) licensed facility. Lucas is now Head Horticulturist at Aleafia and he will enable production of standardized, pharmaceutical grade cannabis.
We are waiting patiently to see when this Company gets it Finally Health Canada License. The company submitted the Final Evidence Package to Health Canada in Early 2019.
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