A harvested marijuana grow was discovered this weekend by farmers tending to a corn field on State Route 124 at Emerald Lane.
On Saturday, Walla Walla County Sheriff's deputies were called to the field, where Bradley and James Smith, owners of the field, had found about 205 plants, each about 3-4 feet tall, that had been harvested potentially in the last week.
The plants were grown in a clearing about 20 by 50 feet, and it was estimated the marijuana was planted at the end of June or early part of July.
The remnants were left at the site to be plowed with the rest of the crops, according to the sheriff's report. Nothing of value was left at the scene and no other evidence was discovered, according to the report.