The high temperatures can be a blessing for narcotics agents searching for marijuana fields. "It means growers must spend more time tending to the plants," Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics spokesman Mark Woodward said. "It means we have a greater chance of finding not only the plants, but the growers, as well." Woodward says OBN agents have spent the week in helicopters, flying over different parts of the state. He says while some marijuana plants were found near Enid, many are often found in eastern Oklahoma.