Rifai pointed out that the army destroyed 900 vehicles and 1,000 motorcycles that belonged to terrorists, and seized 420 farms of narcotic plants
, 118 tons of drugs and 24 million tablets.
(In the "Evolution of Narcotic Drug Production Under Domestication" and "Classification and Nomenclatural Issues" sections, two groups of narcotic plants
are discussed; many strains of the less common Group 4 ("indica-type") are able to mature in relatively northern locations.
were found grown on 154 little parcels close to each other near the village of Mafsheq and were burnt down by police who detained the initiator of drugs cultivation for questioning in order to bring the cultivators to justice, according to Albanian Daily News.
In March, the Government of Turkmenistan launched an annual operation (Opium Poppy 2014) to destroy naturally growing and in some cases illegally cultivated narcotic plants
. The interagency operation included special task forces from the Ministries of Internal Affairs and National Security and the SSPSHS.
Law 52 provides for one to five years imprisonment and a fine of up to 3,000 dinars ($1,900) for those caught "consuming or possessing for personal consumption narcotic plants
and substances, in cases not authorised by law."
The climate conditions of Afghanistan are ideal for cultivation of narcotic plants
, he added.
The forensic laboratory is divided into six different technical sections; the first one is the chemical section which is used to identify all types of drugs, narcotic plants
, poisons, gas, liquids and any other related substances.
He pointed out that this fact prompted the Syrian authorities to take steps to combat this phenomenon, particularly Law No.2 for 1993 on drugs which lay the bases and procedures for dealing with these crimes, with stern penalties for anyone who grows narcotic plants
, manufactures drugs or deals in them illicitly.
This option involves expanding efforts to reduce the volume of narcotic plants
and crops produced in foreign countries before the crops' conversion into processed drugs.
CANNABIS could well be the cash crop of the future, with farmers trading in their troubled livestock for the narcotic plants