3 men grew pot in cave, D.A. says

Investigators from the 15th Judicial District Drug Task Force found a mother lode of marijuana in the unlikeliest of places — a cave.
Beneath a stylish A-frame home on Dixon Springs Road in eastern Trousdale County, three men allegedly set up a sophisticated operation to grow as much as 100 pounds of marijuana every eight weeks.

"It's pretty amazing what they had under there — water for irrigation, special lighting, devices to keep the humidity just right. These guys were professionals. They knew what they were doing," said District Attorney General Tommy Thompson of Hartsville.
"They could grow in 60 days what it would take four and a half months to grow outside." (...)
Full article: Tennessean.com

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