SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) _ Authorities in Indiana are ditching the fight against ditch weed. That’s the wild pot that grows in many parts of the state. Indiana State Police say they have other enforcement priorities, but will respond when they’re able. South Bend police tell the Tribune newspaper so much wild pot grows it sometimes looks like Colombia. But those looking at ditch weed as a free high could be disappointed. Experts say the wild pot has roots in hemp grown for rope and doesn’t do much for anyone who smokes it.