Marijuana grows trespass on to farms
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The illegal growing of marijuana is affecting the agriculture industry in California.
Ag officials say farmers and ranchers often find themselves dealing with trespassers who have set up illegal marijuana growing operations on farmland.
Officials say farmers should be careful if they find such operations and to contact law enforcement right away.
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