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24 Mind-Blowing Facts About Marijuana Production in America Environment, Growers, Electricity, grow sites, Water, traffic

"The only thing green about that bud is its chlorophyll."

Marijuana firm buys Manatee buildings for possible grow facility follow the money, grow sites
Explosion at marijuana grow house in Boca Raton prompts evacuation grow sites, explosion, Florida

Deputies said the couple appeared to be extracting oil from marijuana.   
This is the process Charlotte's Web marijuana will undergo to extract the oil. 
 

Marijuana Lab lab, fire, grow sites
PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE CRIME BEHIND THE EMERALD CURTAIN Environment, california, grow sites, chemicals

Trespass grows are large-scale operations, with plant counts numbering anywhere from 1,000-80,000, and they are largely funded and operated by drug trafficking organizations. They are uniformly conducted with flagrant disregard for environmental and social well-being.
The use of these chemicals causes toxic contamination in all aspects of the ecosystem. After these chemicals are dispersed from grow sites and leeched into the soil and water supply, they slowly make their way through the entire food chain. From insects to scavengers to birds, smaller animals to bigger ones, evidence of chemical contaminants from trespass grows is being discovered.

Marijuana grow house fire deemed arson Florida, tampa, fire, grow sites

"It's a very nondescript house, but inside, the only purpose for this house is to grow marijuana," said Lt. John Preyer.

The DEA warns marijuana grow spots are the 'new meth houses' DEA, Electricity, Water, neighborhood, grow sites

A June report by the DEA's Denver division warns of potential dangers and annoyances posed by large-scale marijuana growing operations hidden in residential neighborhoods. These operations can be a nuisance to neighbors, prompting complaints about "strong odors, excessive noise from industrial air-conditioning units, blown electrical transformers, and heavy vehicle traffic," according to the DEA.

Beyond that, a big indoor marijuana operation requires lots of high-powered lighting, water, and ventilation. People making these modifications in a haphazard or amateurish way risk doing serious damage to their homes.

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