“It’s like when you drink whiskey or wine — there’s more to it than just the alcohol content.”

The smell smacks your nostrils. A cocktail of earthy, citrusy and skunky scents are swirling in a flowering room tucked inside a 27,000-square-foot factory planted in Sparks.

Hundreds of green plants are lined in rows, standing tall and strong, each one identical in shape and color.

Two people sporting teal scrubs, hairnets and ear buds are trimming the pungent plants. 

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Kaleb M. Roedel ~ TahoeDailyTribune.com ~  

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