Drug farmers dump remnants of cannabis farm in Leeds

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The remnants of a cannabis farm were dumped in the middle of a south Leeds road by drug farmers.

Sacks full of suspicious plant waste were found fly-tipped in Lingwell Gate Lane, near Thorpe on the Hill, by Leeds City Council's Clean Leeds environment team.

A large amount of soil, fertiliser, cannabis plants and bin bags were dumped in the road, while what appeared to be desks and lights were thrown into the nearby field.

Clean Leeds, who have since cleared the road, said the police had been informed and that the area was under surveillance.

A similar cannabis 'grow' was found dumped in Ledston in February this year.

And a couple in Armley were shocked when heat lamps, empty bags for cable extensions, foil and a humidifier were left in their bin yard, later that month.

The cannabis 'grow' was dumped near Thorpe on the Hill (Photo: @Clean_Leeds).

The cannabis 'grow' was dumped near Thorpe on the Hill (Photo: @Clean_Leeds).

More detritus dumped by drug farmers in south Leeds (Photo: @Clean_Leeds)

More detritus dumped by drug farmers in south Leeds (Photo: @Clean_Leeds)