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Saturday, Oct 18, 2003
"TULE RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION -- Local, state and federal law enforcement officials on Monday finished cutting down a marijuana garden worth an estimated $289 million that agents discovered last week in a remote location along steep hills here.
"This is perhaps the largest garden in the state this year, if not in history," said Tulare County sheriff's Lt. Donna Perry.
When agents finished counting about 4 p.m. Monday, they had cut down 72,321 plants. The discovery nearly doubled the total number seized in the county so far this year."