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Mexico's largest marijuana plantation is destroyed

Authorities in Mexico have destroyed a 300-acre marijuana plantation in a remote desert area near Baja, California.

The drug was hidden by tomato and chilli plants and authorities believe the value of crop could have been up to $160 million.

The BBC's Ignacio de los Reyes reports.

  • 16 Jul 2011
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