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(KSL News) More marijuana plants have been found in Southern Utah.
Washington County Sheriffs officials say they've found about 1,000 plants growing in Oak Grove, about 10 miles south of New Harmony.
The plants were being grown using a complex irrigation system in three separate gardens.
Officials say the crop seems to be larger than the one found six days ago near the same area. That crop had an estimated street value of $3.8 million.
Officials don't know whether the two crops are connected.
If anyone notices suspicious people coming out of the hills in the area, they're asked to call the Washington County Sheriff's Office.