Pot plants found among grapevines in Madera Co
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Drug agents in Madera County have chopped down a large and well-hidden marijuana grow.
About ten-thousand plants were discovered Friday morning on private property on the west side of the county.
Authorities say the pot plants were mixed in among thirty-nine acres of grapevines. The property owner told authorities -- he found the plants growing among his grapes. Each plant measured between a foot and two feet tall.
No arrests have been made, but the plants have been seized and are being destroyed by authorities.
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