The plants were found at a property on Byron Avenue and police described the farm as a 'large cannabis set up'.
It was found by officers this afternoon.
A spokesman for Fylde Police said: "As a result of this, we have seized numerous cannabis plants, some of which will be booked in as evidence and the rest will be destroyed."
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The discovery in Warton comes just a week after a number of cannabis farms were discovered across the Fylde coast.
More than 500 cannabis plants were found at a hotel in South Shore on May 13 and officers in Wyre uncovered over 500 cannabis plants worth up to £500,000 at an address on Mains Lane in Poulton on the same day.
Any suspicious activity can be reported to Police by calling 101 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers on 0800 555111