Definition of Pot farm
1. Noun. A plot of ground where marijuana is grown and harvested (often hidden in a national forest).
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Literary usage of Pot farm
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1. History of the Town of Amherst, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire: (first by Daniel Franklin Secomb (1883)
"They settled in the south part of the town on what was known as the "Honey Pot" farm. Their children were— 17. Ajames, b. 14 June, 1777. 18. William, b. ..."
2. The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany (1818)
"By the late John Phi/pot farm» 73 LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INTELLIGENCE. Works preparing for Publication -,.-_. ..."
3. Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire: A Record of by Ezra Scollay Stearns, William Frederick Whitcher, Edward Everett Parker, Lewis Publishing Company, Lewis publishing company, Chicago (1908)
"He married Lucy Lund, and they settled in the south part of Amherst on what is known as the "Honey Pot" farm. They had four sons : James, born June 14, ..."
4. Annual Report of the American Historical Association by American Historical Association, Smithsonian Institution Press (1912)
"Cheshire school, the Episcopal academy of Connecticut, founded AD 1794; a description and history with photogravures of the school, Honey pot farm, ..."
5. One Another's Burdens by Mary E. Mann (1903)
"Honey-pot Farm, which had been in the possession of the Greene family for a good many generations, was on the boundary of the parish of East ..."