WEED KILLS BRAIN CELLS AND FISHER CATS!: Study Finds Chems in Ganja Farms Slay Wildlife

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A study by scientists with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service, the Integral Ecology Research Center, and several California
Universities have found that the pesticides and rat poison used on marijuana farms are harmful to wildlife.

The study specifically examined the population of fishers, also known as fisher cats, in California’s Sierra National Forest.  A number of  dead fisher specimens in the wild have found to contain traces of rodenticide poisoning, which marijuana farms use to kill rats and mice.
Chemicals found at these farms can also prove harmful to a multitude of vulnerable animals including bobcats, stoats, mountain lions, badgers,
and Red-tailed Hawks.

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