“We’re trying to do things a little different here"

They don’t consider themselves a boutique Delta operation, but rather a bigger craft cannabis grower focusing on the higher end of the market.

That’s what Jesse McConnell, co-founder and CEO of Rubicon Organics, says about his product which is being grown at a 125,000-square-foot former vegetable greenhouse on 104th St. in East Ladner.

Cultivation of “super-premium organic cannabis” using several selected strains from an extensive genetic library is expected to result in a first harvest this September. Work is currently taking place to retrofit the remainder of the greenhouse into a new state-of-the-art facility over the next few months.

Once fully developed, Rubicon expects to cultivate about 11,000 kilograms per year, a smaller total than some of the much bigger greenhouse operations that have converted to cannabis in Delta.

McConnell believes that’s perfectly fine, since they intend to set themselves apart from those larger-scale growers.  

Read more at delta-optimist.com


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