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Girl, 3, grows ‘cannabis’ from Asda health food

A GREEN-FINGERED three-year-old grew a cannabis plant in her back garden with seeds bought from a Merseyside supermarket.

  • 17:00, 5 SEP 2008
  • Updated 19:54, 8 MAY 2013
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A GREEN-FINGERED three-year-old grew a cannabis plant in her back garden with seeds bought from a Merseyside supermarket.

Lois Williams wanted to be just like her father, 31-year-old Danny Williams, who grows his own potatoes, peppers, tomatoes, beans and fruits.

She planted some seeds from the packet of organic health food seed mix bought from Asda, in Huyton, in the garden of her family’s home in Aldwark Road, Dovecot.

Two months later, Mr Williams noticed a pungent smell coming from his vegetable patch and was shocked to discover the seeds had blossomed into a full-grown cannabis plant.

The former DJ, now a full-time carer, said: “Lois loves her healthy food and rather than snack on chocolate and crisps, she has seeds and nuts from the supermarket.

“She wanted to plant something of her own like I do, so we just chucked some seeds into the soil.

“Two months on and there was a cannabis plant in my garden. I could not believe it.

“Lois has eaten half the seeds from this pack and anyone could be sitting at their desk in work, thinking they are being healthy when really they are eating cannabis seeds.”

On the back of the 100g packet, sold for £1.60, it clearly says the seeds contain, among other ingredients, hemp, which is legal to grow in the UK with a licence from the Home Office.

A police expert told the ECHO the plant could be one of three varieties of cannabis, all of which are illegal to cultivate.

Since contacting the ECHO, Mr Williams has destroyed his cannabis plant. He has also sent the rest of the packet back to Asda for testing.

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Asda today confirmed its seed mix contains 15% hemp seeds from the cannabis sativa plant, part of the cannabis family, but stressed it is different to hemp or cannabis associated with recreational drug use.

A spokesman said: “Asda takes measures to ensure traceability of its products and the suppliers of these seeds are authorised growers under licence.

“This variety of hemp seed is grown for its nutritional properties and fibre content and the product is sold for consumption.”