Future Farm Releases LED Canada Update

Future Farm Technologies announced that its LED Canada division has made significant progress in the past quarter.

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Highlights during the quarter:

  • LED Showroom buildout is complete and fully operational allowing for cost savings from a vertically integrated warehouse and showroom.

  • Demand is increasing for LED Canada's award-winning Scorpion grow light as more licensed growers complete testing.

  • A licensed producer in the USA was able to secure a rebate from its public power supplier for its use of LED Canada Scorpion grow lights, paving the way for savings and large LED purchase orders.

  • Peking University has been using LED Canada grow lights and has shown that they produce the highest yields versus other grow lights tested.

  • LED Canada is in the final stages of providing a quote on its LEDs for the previously announced Mobile, AL farm and another farm in development in Massachusetts. Each vertical farm would require 9,000 8-foot LED lamps, which would represent a multi-million-dollar purchase order for each project.     

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