California wildfires burn up marijuana crops in ‘world’s largest recreational cannabis market’
Wildfires in California have burned up more than hillsides, homes and recreational areas. One crop in particular has also been affected, and at an inopportune time, according to those who farm it. “On January 1, Californians will be able to use pot recreationally. But the huge fires in northern California devastated many marijuana growing operations,” Joel…
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