California farmers are known for producing some of the finest fruits, vegetables and nuts in the world. But what if the state’s big agriculture also included marijuana?

Some Central Valley growers are already eyeing that possibility, including Los Banos farmer Cannon Michael.

A few years ago Michael discovered a 1-acre illegal marijuana grow on his land. “They had made reservoirs and they were pumping water,” Michael says.

“They had buried generators. They had this whole encampment and we knew nothing about it.”

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Ezra David Romero ~ KQED News ~

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