Fish droppings are a key ingredient in marijuana for a Michigan grower
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — From fish poo to marijuana, the circle of life bubbles and pumps through pipes and pools in the walls of a cold-looking industrial warehouse in Lansing.
It’s a licensed marijuana crop, Thumb Genetics, unlike most you’ll find in the state — or the nation, reports MLive. Thumb Genetics, a largely family-run business, grows marijuana using aquaponics, an ancient farming technique first implemented by Mayan and Aztec farmers in Mexico nearly a thousand years ago.
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