The 31,000-square-foot Lufa rooftop greenhouse uses a “drip-irrigation” hydroponic process. Photo courtesy of Lufa Farms
MONTREAL — Lufa Farms, which operates a commercial rooftop greenhouse year-round here, has taken an adage about New York City and made a slight change: “If it will work in Montreal, it will work anywhere.” “Our reasoning was that if it will work in Montreal, it will work anywhere warmer in our target market geography because our costs will be less and the markets will be larger,” said Mohamed Hage, founder and chief executive officer of Lufa Farms, in a ...
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