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Monday, January 9, 2012

'Blair Witch' Actress Talks About Her New Life Growing Marijuana

Actress Heather Donahue, who starred in the 1999 faux documentary horror sensation 'The Blair Witch Project' has released a new book detailing her journey from movie star to marijuana farmer. 

I the book, titled 'Grow girl: How My Life after 'The Blair Witch Project Went to Pot', Donahue tells about how she gave up acting after a decade of trying to recreate her early success and moved to northern California with a new boyfriend to learn how to grow pot. 

In a recent interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Donahue talked about the challenges of growing fine marijuana:

"That's the other thing I learned from it. No matter what you think you know every time is different. Every round with the plants is different. There are no closed environments. The world was always getting into the room. As much as an indoor grow room is about controlling the environment, I learned over and over again that I had no control. Spider mites somehow got in or powdery mildew would show up. You have to deal with these situations as they arise. It taught me to be really comfortable with flux," she said.

You can read the full interview here.

'Grow Girl' is available on Amazon.com here.

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