Sadly, I missed the March in Lansing today. I was loaded in the car and headed towards the highway, but the trip was just too much. It would have been basically like driving to Chicago for an hour by the time I was underway.
Finished working last night around Midnight and closed up and closed out at 1 AM.
I also passed on the BBQ this evening. It was cold, and I'm done for the week.
I'm glad I was able to work 48 hours virtually back-to-back, starting and ending the day with
I shouldn't have underestimated the Power Plant. Nothing special.
best visuals in years! straight through the vape. kind of reminiscent of a certain magical mushroom.
To be fair, I was toking a bud from the main cola of some great gear previously, and it was a bud near the top of the Power Plant. But, I can't pick the whip back up, and it's ear to ear smiles and it's very visual.
There's probably a salad bowl effect happening, but if this is the Power Plant, I LOV
If there's one store I can recommend in Ann Arbor, it's Gro Blue.
It's perfect for the hobby grower or new medical grower. The shop sells in quantities suited towards the individual grower or possibly the dorm room grower.
They sell small hydroponic systems and starter sizes of many different nutrients, amendments and supplies.
The staff is highly knowledgable.
I purchased earth worm castings, air stones, food grade PH down and a variety of other small products, all for under $2
The one thing I don't like when it comes to growing, it's The Culture.
I love plants. I love growing. I love the sense of inner peace it creates. I love my garden.
The growing culture is entirely the opposite. It's snobby, childish, pretentious and often absurd.
This is the reason I love my Compassion Club, for the most part, at its core, it's none of those things.
Last month I defended the illegal growers and suggested they be given their gratitude and respect, for without t
Yes, on question 1. Very important to paint your walls and create a reflective perimeter around the garden. Research it. Some refelctive surfaces create hot spots and would be a bad choice.
Harvesting clear and cloudy the high is mellow and long lasting. It can last for 6 hours. It draws the yeild way down.
But that's true medical grade marijuana. Pot that works for the user and is harvested by the tri-chrome rather than the bud.
Different tri-chrome levels render entirely dif
I hate to say anthing, but...
I don't feel good about posting on the new forums. Why? Because all of the relationships from the old forums aren't toast, but all of the history is.
I don't have any trust that all of our new conversations aren't going to be toast as well. With that in mind, what's the point of posting?
I have about 500 posts on the old site, which I was SURPRISED to say the least. Now, all of that is gone. Or is it?
Waiting to see before I start participating