Pot garden discovered on public land

Posted: 9/01/2009 by Floyd in Labels:
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Apparently it is worth over 36 million dollars, watching the video I found out that the people who come up here have masterful irrigation systems installed for watering their crop. More patrols would probably find this stuff faster and find a lot more of it, in my neck of the woods alone helicopters patrol all the time looking for the stuff.

This week’s bust in California is one of the largest yet, and is the first time Sequoia National Park had to close down an exhibit as a result of a drug bust. Sadly, that exhibit is a well-known cave, with a crystal-covered interior.


Authorities discovered the massive pot garden only about a half-mile away from the popular cave. Park Rangers repelled from helicopter to clear out the site, which included trash, propane tanks, and thousands of feet of irrigation hose. Much of the pot garden had already been harvested, but combined with the remaining plants was estimated to be worth at least $36 million.

3 comments:

  1. Gran says:

    wow, that's a lot of pot!

  1. Floyd says:

    That is a lot gran and the irrigation system these guys had quite an operation right under the park services nose.

  1. Mie84 says:

    Nice video..watching like on that side..

    cheers,
    elliptical stepper