SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) – Sonoma County inspectors shut down the biggest non-permitted industrial cannabis cultivation ever in the county final week.
Inspectors with the county’s Permit and Resource Management Division on Wednesday identified 5 properties south of Santa Rosa, but the majority of the 63,241 non-permitted plants have been identified at two properties, division spokeswoman Maggie Fleming stated.
Some of the plants have been interspersed with corn. 1 home had two.five acres of cannabis and the other had three.three acres, Fleming stated. The two properties are situated in endangered California tiger salamander habitat. 1 develop contained 26,650 plants and the other had 36,685 plants.
Prior to Wednesday, the biggest illegal cannabis cultivation shut down in the county contained 13,000 plants, according to Fleming.
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