Kent County outdoor cannabis farm reports bumper cropPosted by On

Len Wood calls the first cannabis harvest at the first outdoor cannabis farm in Kent County his field of dreams.

He and Marc LeBlanc have been working on the project for the last couple of years.

But getting to this point in 2020 hasn’t been easy

LeBlanc said COVID-19 threw a wrench in their plans, and prevented them from getting their licence from Health Canada until June.

That meant a later than normal planting, and that affected the yield for the first year.

LeBlanc, the president of Solargram Farms in Renauld Mills, near Saint-Antoine, said he comes from a business background. And Len Wood, the company’s vice president knows about the growing end of the business.

Marc LeBlanc says because of COVID-19, Solargram Farms only received its licence from Health Canada in June. That meant a late planting. But he’s happy with the results. (Radio-Canada )

Len Wood said when the property was purchased last year, he didn’t know if the project would be feasible. Now there are…

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