NINE MILE, Jamaica (September 10, 2013)--In the land of "purple kush" and "pineapple skunk," some Jamaican pot growers are offering tourists a chance to visit the fields and sample the crop.
But there's a big catch.
Both the ganja and the tours are illegal.
Some in Jamaica favor reform of local marijuana laws.
Justice Minister Mark Golding told The Associated Press the legal status of marijuana is "dynamic and evolving quickly."
Legal or not, one grower, who calls himself Breezy, says the tourists love the tours.
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