The Atlantis Greenhouse design accommodates the environmental requirements for automated, vertical farming production, to prepare us for radical climate changes and the various environments we face globally.
Affinor continues to design and protect its technology in the larger global markets to ensure proper licensing, technology transfer and procurement between governments and investment groups.
Ben Hogervorst has joined the Company’s Advisory Board to assist with the Company’s business execution and 5-year growth plan in Canada and internationally.
There is now a timeline for Affinor’s 15,000 square foot leased greenhouse in Abbotsford BC to begin producing vine ripened, soil grown strawberries ready for store shelves.
Affinor’s vertical farming towers can be used to sustainably grow fruits, vegetables and cannabis in greenhouses and indoor facilities.
The launch of the company’s first vertical commercial growing facility using its proprietary technology is scheduled for September 2021.
Bruce Kahkesh has joined the Affinor advisory board to assist with the Company’s business execution and 5-year growth plan in Canada and internationally.
BC Hydro has completed their final inspection and has scheduled connection of the main power supply to the new greenhouse on or before Aug 15th 2021.
Mr. Bo Slack has joined the Affinor advisory board to assist with growth plans for local, year-round, strawberry production across Canada, the USA and internationally.
The programmed, fine-tuning of multiple dedicated drying vessels is critical for achieving terpene and moisture-content quality. This is a game changer for the cannabis craft grow industry.