It used to be common to see Tyler Rumi and his B.C. cannabis farm staff out watering their plants until the recent heat wave hit.
Now extreme temperatures have the co-founder and chief executive of Good Buds and his crew waking up under the cover of darkness to tend to their Salt Spring Island property and wrap their shifts by 10 a.m.
“When we typically would water, early in the morning, by around 9 or 10 a.m. the water was evaporating right into the air because it was so hot out,” said Rumi.
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