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A NEW USE FOR EMPTY GROWS

Not that long ago, Canadian cultivators bragged about their size of their grows. Today it looks a lot like they overestimated their needs. Now Canadians may turn some of those desolate facilities into indoor food farms:
Financial Post

“The COVID-19 fallout has sparked a renewed interest in the issue of domestic food security, particularly as to whether Canada has enough capacity to grow its own food in a doomsday scenario where the country could no longer rely on imports.

“Some food experts say greenhouses, including those currently mothballed by the struggling cannabis industry, could play an increasingly important role in being prepared for such an eventuality.”

????WW Canada has lots more on why those grows are empty.