Tweed Farms 350,000 sq. ft.
Location: Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Tweed Farms, owned by Canadian public company Canopy Growth Corp (TSX: WEED), is located in the heart of Southwestern Ontario’s wine country. Tweed Farms is the largest legally operating marijuana-producing greenhouse in the world.
Over 350,000 square feet of licensed cannabis production space houses state-of-the-art grow technology. The Tweed Farm is a sustainable grow operation that utilized the power of the sun and recycled rainwater to ensure quality of their product. The massive scale of the facility allows Tweed to produce cannabis at extremely competitive cost per gram.
Tweed, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canopy Growth Corp, sells a number of products including dry herb, concentrates, capsules, and THC and CBD oils.
7ACRES 342,000 sq. ft.
Location: Kincardine, Ontario
7ACRES is a wholly owned corporation by Supreme Cannabis Company Inc. The 7ACRES facility, located in Kincardine, Ontario, is a licensed producer of a 342,000 sq. ft. cultivation facility that grows medical cannabis.
The 7ACRES facility is a state-of-the-art cultivation facility combining the best aspects of indoor and greenhouse cultivation. This allows the facility to implement careful cultivation practices that allows 7ACRES to produce high quality cannabis at scale, positioning the Company to compete in the premium segment for dried cannabis flowers.
Aurora Sky- 800,000 sq. ft.
Location- Edmonton, Canada
The newly licensed Aurora Sky facility will be an 800,000 square foot production hybrid greenhouse facility located near the Edmonton International Airport. When completed build out, this facility will be the largest fully automated cannabis production facility in the world. Situated on 30 acres of leased land Aurora Cannabis (TSX: ACB) management anticipates Aurora Sky to be capable of producing over 100,000 kilograms of high quality, low cost cannabis per year.
The facility possesses a number of strategic advantages in being situation on the Edmond International Airports land such as low-cost power, water and gas, security, unrivaled transportation access, immediate access to customs, as well as access to domestic and international courier services.
The facility has been built and designed by Aurora Larssen Projects Ltd. which combines the top horticultural technologies in the world to ensure that Aurora Sky becomes the full automated to deliver optimal yields, plant health, and cannabis quality. Once built out, the Aurora Sky facility will take honors of number 1 cannabis grow facility in the world.
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