Marijuana plants grow in the Mother Room at the Canopy Growth Corp. facility in Smith Falls, Ontario, Canada, on Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017.
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Canopy Growth said on Friday it will focus on reducing costs as the pot producer struggles with a slump in weed prices from oversupply and growing expenses that led to a bigger adjusted loss in the quarter.
The Ontario-based company said its adjusted loss before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization was C$91.7 million ($69.25 million) in the third quarter ended Dec. 31, compared with C$74.8 million a year earlier.
Net revenue rose to C$123.8 million from C$83 million a year earlier, as it sold more cannabis in international and domestic markets.