Canadian producer completes construction of 3rd Canadian cultivation facility

MJardin Group has completed construction of “GRO”, an indoor cannabis cultivation facility located in Dunnville, Ontario and has submitted its Evidence of Readiness package to Health Canada. The facility is a joint-venture between MJardin Group (75%) and Grand River Organics (25%).

The 11,000 square foot facility is estimated to produce 1,260 kg of premium flower and 454 kg of trim for a total of 1,714 kg of product per year and is expected to reach full production capacity in Q3 2019. “GRO” houses five compartmentalized flower rooms of equal size with seven benches per room to assist with consistency in growth and allow for product replication regardless of what room it is grown in. The facility is equipped with optimal HVAC and fertigation systems that will ensure workflow efficacy and consistency in cultivation of product.

"We are proud of the progress we have made at our GRO facility and are thrilled to be a part of the Dunnville community. We look forward to the next stage of the Health Canada process and getting closer to producing our proven high yield premium cannabis for the Canadian market," says Eric Gattoni, SVP Operations with MJardin. 

“GRO” is MJardin’s third Canadian cannabis cultivation facility to complete construction and second in Ontario as it joins “WILL”, a 32,800 square foot cultivation facility in Brampton that was awarded its sales license in December 2018. WILL reported yield numbers last month that surpassed the Company’s average benchmarks over its last ten years of experience.

The Company expects to receive its cultivation license for the GRO facility by late Summer 2019.

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