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Canada: Rosa Flora announces plans to reconstruct 2 hectares

Almost one week after the fire that destroyed a substantial part of one of North America's largest cut flower growers, Rosa Flora is pleased to announce that plans are underway to reconstruct 2 hectares of their snapdragon production. According to a statement on the growers Facebook page, Rosa Flora aims to have the first young plants in the ground within 4 weeks time.

On the Monday after the fire, the grower was already able to make the first deliveries, their Gerbera ranges in plants 2 and 3 remain untouched, as is the alstroealmeria range. "Heading into spring, the production will be ramping up in our current ranges," said Rosa Flora on their Facebook page. "Coupled with an investment in a new range, we anticipate little letup in labour needs. We are excited to put the "pedal to the metal" as we make preparations to become an even better and stronger business in the future."

Last week on Thursday, a massive fire destroyed the Dunnville-based RosaFlora greenhouse early in morning. 15 of the 40 acre greenhouse complex was burned down. 

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