Organigram Holdings (TSXV: OGRMF) has been granted a cultivation license from Health Canada to grow cannabis in the company’s 150,000 sq. ft. facility. The company announced that they have already begun filling the grow rooms with clones and is planning to complete its first harvest at the end of April. Organigram plans to operate a total of 23 cultivation rooms which will bring the company’s output to 16,000 kg/year.
Greg Engel, appointed to Organigram CEO in March 2017, stated, “As a company, we are steadfast in our commitment to applying technology to the efficient production of exceptional cannabis products,” explains Engel. “Our pursuit of best-in-class processes reflects our commitment to industry leadership and unprecedented customer value.”
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