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Credigree Weed is the Black family's current residence and weed business. It first appears in the Season Twenty-Five episode "The Big Fix", the second episode of the season.

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Randy Marsh, in an effort to diversify his workforce at Tegridy Farms, partnered with Steve Black. This partnership however, soon falls apart when Randy does not allow Steve to innovate and make any business decisions for Tegridy Farms. Steve decides to leave and start his own weed business, purchasing a plot of land right opposite of the Tegridy Farms and moving his family over. This angers Randy who accuses Steve for being a "phony", setting a rivalry between the two businesses.

In "Credigree Weed St. Patrick's Day Special", both farms face competition against each other in selling their respective St. Patrick's Day Special. Randy accuses Steve of cultural appropriation and gets into a fight, before being taken away by the police. Later, the owner of Farty O'Cool's Irish Pub requests an unprecedented 2.5 tons of weed, to be sold to patrons at a St. Patrick's Day party. In order to meet the demands, Steve decides to buy all of Randy's special from Towelie and resell them at the pub. When Randy found out he went to the party and ripped off the Credigree Weed label to uncover the Tegridy Farms label underneath which caused shock within the crowd. Steve then claimed he used both brands of weed (as he did not have enough of his own weed). Before Randy could get the satisfaction from calling Steve out and having his own weed at the party, he gets disrupted by a police conflict involving Butters Stotch, along with the arrival of Saint Patrick. Saint Patrick's behavior disgusts all the guests, who in turn leave the party and discard all of their weed.

In South Park: The Streaming Wars, Steve, under the advice of the water commissioner, expands the business into streaming services, selling part of the farm's water rights to the residents in Denver. He employs the help of Tolkien and Stan to build boats that can float from the farm down to the Denver Reservoir, promising them $20 per boat as payment. However with the worsening effects of the drought supposedly caused by ManBearPig, Steve decides to pull out of the service. He approaches Pi-Pi, owner of the Pi Pi's Splashtown, to relay the news, but is shocked to find the commissioner and ManBearPig working for Pi-Pi. Steve gets assaulted by ManBearPig and thrown down one of the water park's slides.

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