In the vast forests of Northern California, most would never imagine encountering gunfire, booby traps and cartel activity. But here in Humboldt County, an area with some of the most conducive growing conditions in the United States, the countryside is overrun with armed Mexican drug cartels that are willing to use violence to protect their valuable marijuana crops. In order to avoid crossing the border with illegal substances, many cartels have set up marijuana grows where they can produce thousands of plants potentially worth thousands of dollars each - and it's not just cartels setting up shop. Many "average joe" growers operate from this area, and will be brought down alongside the cartels if their activities wind up on the Drug Enforcement Unit's radar.
- imDb Rating: 4.8 (16 Votes)
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- Released: 20 Feb 2013
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- Genre: Reality-TV
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- Actors: Steve Dunn, Todd Fulton, Wayne Hanson, Blake Massaro
- Language: English
- Country: USA
- Awards: N/A
- Total Seasons: 1
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