MORE than 300 cannabis plants and two kilograms of cannabis leaf have been uncovered at a Hunter Valley home, police say.
Three men have been charged after the discovery of the hydroponic cannabis set-up at a home in Singleton Heights.
About 9.30pm on Friday Hunter Valley Police District officers attended a home on Gentle Close after receiving information regarding cannabis being grown at the address.
When officers entered the home they found 325 cannabis plants being cultivated inside, as well as more than two kilograms of cannabis leaf, NSW Police said.
A crime scene was established and specialist police attended and examined the scene.
Three men, aged 24, 33 and 41, were arrested at the home and taken to Muswellbrook police station where they were all charged with knowingly take part in cultivation of a commercial quantity of prohibited plant. The oldest man was also charged with possess prohibited drug.
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They were all refused bail and faced Wyong Bail Court on Saturday, when they were remanded in custody. The trio will face Newcastle Local Court on Monday, May 27.