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.
Canadians the age of majority in their province can grow up to four plants a household, yet there is no legal means to obtain seeds.
Medical-marijuana patients won a court battle at the beginning of this year allowing them to grow their own cannabis at home, but they have no legal way to obtain the seeds or seedlings at an affordable price.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Dana Larsen was arrested on his wonderful Overgrow Canada tour, specifically for trafficking in marijuana seeds.
After a public smoking event yielded no arrests, reform advocates are returning to the tourist hot spot.
CANNABIS CULTURE – As Canada moves towards legalization, it’s good to remember how we got here.
Each strain of cannabis holds unique properties that influence the final expression you find on dispensary shelves.
Marijuana may be legal in D.C., but the city still hasn't figured out how to set up a legal framework for regulating sales.
A Chilean municipality planted the country's first medical marijuana on Wednesday as part of a pilot program aimed to help ease the pain of cancer patients.
2001 was the biggest year for sales of Marc Emery Direct Seeds. It sure needed to be! All the profits that year (as was the case every year), $700,000, were directed to non-profit projects in the US, Canada, and around the world. The two most demanding on money were Pot TV, which needed $270,000 for just 2001 alone with no revenue stream at all, and the British Columbia Marijuana Party provincial election campaign of March to May 2001.