TORONTO — The Supreme Cannabis Company, Inc. announced that as of 2018 year-end, 7ACRES has 19 completed flowering rooms at its Kincardine, Ont. growing facility and is on track for all 25 flowering rooms to be completed by March 2019.
Once completed, said the Jan. 2 statement, 7ACRES will have a greenhouse footprint of approximately 300,000 square feet, with the total facility reaching over 440,000 square feet.
The firm expects 7ACRES to reach its estimated annual output of 50,000 kilograms by the mid-2019.
The firm’s modular flowering rooms employ HPS lighting technology supplemented by the sun to improve terpene and cannabinoid production. The construction timeline for 2019 is for three flowering rooms to be added in January, one in February and the final two in March.
The expansion is subject to Health Canada regulatory approvals.
“We are thrilled with the progress made at our facility in Kincardine, Ont. and are excited to announce that we are nearing completion for all of our flowering rooms,” said John Fowler, president and founder of Supreme Cannabis in the statement.