There was no Mr. Tumnus in sight, but police did find 600 hidden cannabis plants through this wardrobe

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Upon entering the hidden land, police discovered 600-plus cannabis plants and other equipment using in growing weed. About a dozen cannabis plants by the building of the stable and others in nearby boxes were used as decoys. Subscribe to the Cannabis Post newsletter for weekly insights into the industry, what insiders will be talking about and content from across the Postmedia Network. The best-hidden cannabis grows of the year Illegal grows on public lands are poisoning America’s wildlife Illegal grow-ops are stealing billions of dollars in electricity every year To conceal the larger grow-op, the pair had opted for an in-plain-sight approach. Unfortunately for the inventive duo, police were not fooled by the subterfuge employed at the former riding stable in Lubicz, according to polandin.com.

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It didn’t quite have the mystique of Narnia’s magical wardrobe, but a 41-year-old woman and her son, 23, went to creative lengths to disguise what turned out to be the entryway to an illegal plantation in central Poland.

Unfortunately for the inventive duo, police were not fooled by the subterfuge employed at the former riding stable in Lubicz, according to polandin.com.

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