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CANNABIS CULTURE – Before handing over your hard earned cash and investing in the latest hype strains for up to $200 a pack, it is important to sit down for a moment and consider what it is you personally want from your crop. It is hard to differentiate between what is commercially viable and whatRead More
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CANNABIS CULTURE – Growing organic Cannabis is a hard enough skill to master, then when you learn about hydroponics and the more complex method of growing with an inert medium, you begin to understand how plants truly function. Below is better explained the differences between growing organically and growing with a hydroponic system, as wellRead More

CANNABIS CULTURE – European seed banks are churning out dozens of new strains every year, but soon they’ll have to face a market revolution brought by legalization. As prohibition is dying, the game is changing, and the new players have means to dominate the game with government-friendly corporate culture.

CANNABIS CULTURE – Grafting is a procedure in which two plants are fused together, to make a single, two-part plant. The part below the graft union, including the roots and lower stem, is known as the rootstock. The top part of the plant, above the graft union, which bears leaves and fruit, is known asRead More

CANNABIS CULTURE –  In April 2018, Leon County Circuit Judge Karen Gievers ruled that Tampa resident Joe Redner can grow his own medical cannabis solely for the purpose of his being able to concoct the biomass needed for the juicing protocol recommended by his physician.
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CANNABIS CULTURE – The world’s largest legal harvest took place almost unnoticed one sunny week in October 2017. The crop was grown at Tweed Farms, located in Niagara-On-The-Lake, the heart of Ontario’s wine country,  at their record-setting 350,000 sq ft. cannabis grow facility.
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CANNABIS CULTURE – California’s legal Cannabis industry is destined to be a watershed moment in the global movement to legalize cannabis.  The state still needs to smooth out a few kinks with regulations, but in general, lawmakers expect a positive outcome similar that experienced in other now legal jurisdictions. Still, no one really knows justRead More
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