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  1. Mantis on Cannabis

    Mantis on Cannabis

    The mantis is amazing because it eats anything that moves. No matter what is on the plant or garden this creature will devour it and leave the plants in perfect order. Great for control of plant lice, aphids, white flies, beetles, grasshoppers. spider mites, black flies. Photo by Kyea Mofire
  2. G

    37 day old cannabis plant, this is my first grow with pictures

    Any suggestions based off pictures?
  3. lvlohawk8

    Madeira Island Portugal Gardening

    Love affair :circle-of-love::love::Namaste::circle-of-love:
  4. A

    California Plant Count Question: Male Plants

    Does anyone know (with authority) if males plants count towards the 6 plant rule? Having a hard time tracking down this answer, appreciate the help.
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    backyard organic grow
  6. W

    Greetings from newly legal recreational CA!

    We have a new law in Oakland, CA that's revolutionary! YouTube
  7. Ron Strider

    Phivida Signs CBD Distribution Agreement In California

    Phivida Holdings Inc. ("Phivida" or the "Company" traded as ("VIDA:CNX") or ("PHVAF") announced today that it has entered into a distribution agreement with Green Reef Distributing Inc. to distribute its products across the State of California. "We are excited to be the first state to launch...
  8. Ron Strider

    Legal Cannabis To Generate $40B, 400,000 Jobs

    The legal cannabis sector is expected to generate $40B and more than 400 000 jobs by 2021 in the United States, according to a study released on Tuesday. The estimate by consulting firm Arcview includes direct purchases by consumers of $20.8bn and indirect revenue for growers and various...
  9. Ron Strider

    California Unleashes A Massive Market For Legal Cannabis

    In the cold, breezy desert of California one minute after midnight, January 1, 2018, Cathedral City Care Collective had its first customer, and a promise made in 2016 got fulfilled. California's marijuana legalization initiative, Prop 64, originally passed by voters on the November 2016 ballot...
  10. Ron Strider

    California's New Legal Marijuana Market Marks Beginning Of The End For Prohibition

    If a single date marks the beginning of the end for the legal prohibition of marijuana, there’s a very good case for January 1, 2018. On this day, California began allowing the legal sales of marijuana for recreational use. According to state estimates, more than 400 businesses were licensed...
  11. Ron Strider

    Marijuana Stocks Soar As California Legalizes Recreational Pot

    Companies in the cannabis industry have added nearly $2 billion. in value since California dispensaries started to legally sell recreational marijuana on Jan. 1. Heartened by the reportedly long lines outside Californian dispensaries and a possible wave of legalization in other states, shares...
  12. Ron Strider

    California Launches Legal Sale Of Cannabis For Recreational Use

    California will launch the world's largest regulated commercial market for recreational marijuana on Monday, as dozens of newly licensed stores catering to adults who enjoy the drug for its psychoactive effects open for business up and down the state. It becomes the sixth U.S. state, and by...
  13. Ron Strider

    Recreational Pot Is Officially Legal In California

    Retail cannabis shops in California opened their doors on Monday for the first time, inaugurating what proponents say will become the world’s largest market for legalized recreational marijuana. A transaction that remains illegal in many parts of the country seemed almost banal on Monday for...
  14. Ron Strider

    CA: Mike Tyson Plans Marijuana Revolution

    The baddest man on the planet is breaking bad. Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson's secret plan to revolutionize the pot industry in America with a super one-stop pot-shop amusement park compound in California has been revealed. The facility, unofficially titled Tyson Ranch...
  15. Ron Strider

    Recreational Marijuana Is Officially Legal In California. Is Florida Next

    In California, many people began 2018 by lining up to buy recreational marijuana. California joins seven other states and Washington D.C. to legalize weed. The state is now the largest market for legal marijuana in the country–and experts believe it could generate at least a billion dollars...
  16. Ron Strider

    California Turns Over A New Leaf As Legalization Of Marijuana Takes Effect

    The arrival of the new year in California brought with it broad legalization of marijuana, a much-anticipated change that comes two decades after the state was the first to allow pot for medical use. The nation's most populous state joins a growing list of other states, and the nation's...
  17. Ron Strider

    Some States Put A THC Limit On Pot-Smoking Drivers - Here's Why California Doesn't

    Melanie Brinegar smelled of marijuana, so a Colorado police officer asked her to get out of her vehicle. On the one-legged stand, a routine part of field sobriety tests, she lost her balance after 28 seconds, when she needed to go 30. A drug recognition evaluation that included looking at her...
  18. Ron Strider

    Marijuana Will Be Legal Along Entire West Coast In 2018

    Starting Jan. 1, it will be legal to buy and sell recreational marijuana in California. At La Cannaisseur in Northwest Portland, the dispensary celebrated the change. "It takes away from the criminal aspect and element," said owner Aleeya Kim. Experts predict the Golden State will...
  19. Ron Strider

    California's Cannabis Market Expected To Soar To $5.1B - Going To Be Bigger Than Beer

    Recreational cannabis sales are set to begin in California on January 1 – and the market is expected to haul in billions in revenue next year as dispensaries roll out across the state. A report from the cannabis industry research firm BDS Analytics estimates sales of cannabis to hit $3.7...
  20. Ron Strider

    I Grow Pot In California For A Living. I'm Worried About Legalization

    As the daughter of a back-to-the-land homesteader and pot farmer, I learned never to speak of what my father did. We lived a simple life in times when only growing a few plants could sustain us. "Say I am a retired schoolteacher," he lectured. "You don't want to have to come visit your daddy...
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