Watch a 360 video of a marijuana harvest in Northern California

Workers cut, dry and trim the cannabis plants every fall.

April 20, 2017, 1:02 PM

— -- ABC News visited a cannabis farm in Mendocino County, California, during the harvest season last fall. Workers have to cut, dry and trim the weed to get it ready for sale.

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The workers who cut the marijuana are called trimmers, and excellent ones can make a few hundred dollars over a 60 to 90 day harvest.

ABC News' David Miller contributed to this report.

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