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October 02, 2006



"Burns" best when it's "compacta" :-)


"Burning Bush" - is that another euphemism for pot? ;-)


Didn't mean to entrap you with the title, Jenn! :)

I'm working on a burning bush post for later this week, FYI.


Oh pooh, I thought this was going to be about invasive species! :-)

I'd be much more upset if he was caught cultivating Land Trust property for his own uses than concerned about which "weed" was being cultivated.

Also, when your dad turns you in - sheesh.


I'd heard that cash crop statistic too, from my sister, who lives in Berea. Kentucky is doubtless not alone in that regard.


It's often said and I suppose it's true that pot is the #1 cash crop in Kentucky, outranking tobacco, soybeans, and corn. The growers plant it on public land and in privately owned farm fields, woods, and CRP (Crop Reduction Program) lands. Meth cooking on portable labs is another problem in sparsely-populated, infrequently-traveled areas.

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