All Leaf employees, green bags as possible – that is, romaine, ie. Southern Alberta greenhouses can produce up to 12 million lettuce per year.
Siniz You know what the climate looks like in Canada – during the six months of the year you can grow something and sleep in the other six months. People want 12 months of the year, 12 said Howard Kosaka, the company shareholder.
The team is trying to meet the need for safe, clean romaine lettuce. It is caused by a warning by the Canadian Public Health Agency about a vegetable E. coli outbreak.
Earlier this week, the agency confirmed diseases in Ontario with Ontario and 15 in Quebec.
The Coaldale greenhouse uses technology that allows lettuce to grow without human contact until it is ready to be harvested.
Agri-Food Canada said it is of benefit to try to grow indoors, especially from potential pollutants.
"[Using cow manure is] It is much less common in greenhouse systems, and if it is in greenhouse systems, it is usually applied as compost, az says Tim McAllister, the main research scientist.
Doef's greenhouses near Lacombe tweeted on Thursday and reminded consumers that the marina's lettuce was also safe.
Alberta Health Services said there are a number of symptoms, such as vomiting and diarrhea that come with the disease.
According to doctors, the best way to prevent this is to use clean and safe water when washing vegetables.
All Leaf spent $ 60 million in the greenhouse in June 2017.
"We tried to establish a facility that would allow people to have salad products for 12 months," said Kosaka.
The company gave it a real chance to grow. All Leaf expands the greenhouse from five acres to 10 years in the beginning of 2019 with the capacity to release up to 24 million lettuce each year.
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