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Neal Lauritsen, Northwest district manager for EzTrim, runs some marijuana through a $8,500 bud trimmer at Wednesday's Trim-A-Thon at Pacifica Gardens in the Williams Valley. Growers, in the middle of their harvest, took a look at the latest in marijuana-related products.

WILLIAMS — Neal Lauritsen dumped a handful of musky marijuana buds into an $8,500 EzTrim machine at the second annual SunGrowers Guild Trim-A-Thon on Wednesday.

The contraption looked a lot like the tornado sensor device named "Dorothy" in the movie Twister, cylindrical and metal.

A minute or so later the buds settled in a bag underneath, looking like their beards had been trimmed. Read More »

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