The Environmental Downside of Cannabis Cultivation | JSTOR Daily

Note: 22 liters is 5.8 gallons of water a day per plant. In California, the water-hungry crop is often grown in remote, forested watersheds and requires almost 22 liters of water per plant a day during the growing season, which adds up to three billion liters per square kilometer of greenhouse-grown plants between June and […]

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