It was only a few months ago when a major cannabis research and development company broke ground at its new facility in Kelowna next to Lake Country and already things are already starting to bloom. As construction progresses, The Flowr Corporation is adding more grow rooms and has announced it’s getting into the cloning business.
Kelly Hayes reports.
Construction is still underway at the Flowr cannabis facility in Kelowna, but there’s already plenty of growth happening inside.
“We’re seeing great harvest coming out of this facility,” Flowr director Lyle Oberg said.
Each room has about 5,000 plants, producing approximately $1 million per room, per harvest. And there are plans to build 20 grow rooms.