This summer’s lingering drought isn’t expected to hurt all crops growing in Indiana cornfields, and the state police want your help in spotting leafy, green growth interspersed with browning, shriveling corn stalks.
Sgt. Noel Houze of the Versailles Post is asking Hoosiers who know of people growing marijuana to report their activities.
“Despite the drought, the marijuana growers are going to take care of their plants and water them,” Houze said.
Marijuana growers over the years have shown ingenuity for watering marijuana plants hidden in cornfields and wooded areas, police say, hauling in water and rigging other means to nurture their crops.
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