LAFAYETTE, LA – With Lafayette and other areas of Louisiana set to be hit with sub-zero temperatures over the weekend, residents of Freetown have been reminded to bring their cannabis plants in if they want them to survive.
Experts confirmed that the “greenery” is not able to tolerate cold conditions, and if you want a bountiful harvest to sell on to your River Ranch clients later in the year, you should bring them indoors.
In the past, many Freetown residents have simply covered their plants with one of their outdoor porch couches, or paid a gang of local free-roaming chickens to keep a 24-hour eye on them. However meteorologists are warning that this cold snap will require them to be moved completely indoors.
“This is going to be a cold one”, said National Weather Service spokesperson Virginia Williams, “If residents of Freetown don’t wish to lose their $55 worth of merchandise then we advise that we move their horticulturally significant products inside.
This is of course assuming that there is a roof on the house. If not, then ask one of your neighbor friends if they have space between their crops.”
An emergency has already been declared in the area ahead of this weekend’s weather.