Cannabis Boom Creates Fears of Increasing Illicit Trade

By Erik Neumann

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) — On a sunny spring day in Southern Oregon’s Illinois Valley, Mason Walker is showing off rows of neatly planted marijuana.

“We have a permanent trellising system that’s installed almost in a vineyard style,” Walker, co-owner of East Fork Cultivars, told Jefferson Public Radio. “We put labels up at the end of the rows so people know what they’re looking at, just like you might walk through the pinot noir section of a vineyard.”

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