The harvest of 60,000 hashish vegetation is underway in Rock Creek, B.C., in what is anticipated to be one of the largest authorized out of doors marijuana crops in North America.
The 24 hectacres of marijuana on the SpeakEasy Cannabis Company’s farm are stored safe behind a big chain-link fence outfitted with surveillance and movement sensor cameras and barbed wire overhang.
Over the subsequent few weeks, staff will harvest an anticipated 70,000 kilograms of marijuana.
“As far as we know, as best we can tell, this will be the largest harvest in Canadian history,” said farmer Marc Geen, founder of SpeakEasy.
Geen comes from a household of farmers that has been rising horticultural crops for 5 generations in the Okanagan.
In 1995, his household bought agricultural land in Rock Creek the place Geen first grew business ginseng after which cherries.