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(KSL News) Two massive marijuana farms have been found in Iron and Washington counties, and four people are under arrest.
So far, state and local authorities have cut between 10,000 and 20,000 pot plants. They say before it's over, they may have cut down 50,000 plants.
They were growing in the Pine valley Mountains of northern Washington County. The plants will be flown the the Pine Valley Fire Station to be destroyed.
Afterward, officials will head to Iron County to help remove the pot plants there.