Police have seized more than 200 cannabis plants and 20kg of cannabis leaf in 48 hours after two unrelated searches on the NSW mid north coast.
The drugs have a potential estimated street value of half a million dollars, they say.
During the first search at an Argents Hills property west of Bowraville on Thursday, officers allegedly discovered 145 cannabis plants, just over 7kg of cannabis leaf and cash.
A day later, they searched a Boorganna property north of Taree where they seized 59 plants and more than 13kg of leaf.
While the two warrants were not related, together they resulted in a significant amount of illicit drugs being taken off the streets, Detective Inspector Guy Flaherty said in a statement.
At the Boorganna property, police spoke to a man and charges are expected.
Following the Argents Hills seizure, a 47-year-old man was charged with cultivating, possessing and supplying an indictable quantity of cannabis and dealing with property suspected of being the proceeds of crime.
A second man, 68, was also charged with cultivation and supply.
Both men have been bailed to appear in Macksville Local Court next month.