100,000 pot plants arrive in BC

February 19, 2018
Written by CTVNews.ca Staff
100,000 marijuana plants arrived at Vancouver International Airport Saturday to be cultivated in a 1.3 million square foot network of greenhouses in Langley, B.C.

It’s being touted as the largest licensed cannabis production facility in the world.

Run by BC Tweed Joint Venture Inc., the greenhouses were formerly used to grow bell peppers. It has room to house roughly 350,000 marijuana plants and will produce tens of thousands of kilograms of dried cannabis per year. | READ MORE




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