While Hurricane Irma took its toll on much of Florida's agriculture industry, one crop appears to have gone relatively unscathed.
That would be the state's multi-million dollar supply of medical marijuana.
Mmost of the state's licensed cultivators and distributors say their greenhouses, distribution centers and retail outlets survived the storm.
More than 36,000 patients in Florida are registered to use medical marijuana.
It looks like Irma hasn't ruined their ability to obtain the ganga, either.