Ac­tu­ally, re­cy­cled water is used to grow a lot of the food you eat

The Denver Post - - NEWS - Re: Meg Frantz,

“‘Dope grow­ers?’ Why is this term still used?” July 15 let­ter to the ed­i­tor.

Cathy Dono­hue asked, in her let­ter al­leg­ing bias against mar­i­juana users, “Does any­one hon­estly be­lieve that med­i­cal mar­i­juana pa­tients are such un­wor­thy hu­mans that we should in­gest medicine that has been nur­tured with water that is un­fit to drink?” She should con­sider that ev­ery whole­some Weld Coun­ty­grown potato, onion, cab­bage or sweet corn and ev­ery Rocky Ford melon she eats is grown un­der ir­ri­ga­tion water that is not fit to drink.

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