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    • By Michael Komorn in Stories From the Theater of the War on Drugs
      After the legalization of marijuana in Michigan, some patients are thinking they could stop paying the state $100 for the special mmp card , and just use the recreational marijuana law to grow their medicine.
      A patient with a registered card can use the ultimate defense and immunity to avoid a driving under the influence charge.
      Only adults 21 or over are protected by the new legalization law, but no one yet knows how the new law will affect driving privileges.
      Is the zero tolerance of THC in your blood law still in effect for adult use marijuana ? 
      The new law is similarly worded to the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act.
      Whereas the MMMA says
      While the meaning of "under the influence" was not decided within the MMMA until 2012, with People v Koon, that was 4 years of police arresting patients for driving with marijuana in their blood.
      The court in People v Koon came to the conclusion:
      Ignoring that for a minute, the Michigan State Police have been tasked with sampling saliva during road side stops for a task force on marijuana driving. The task force was created in order to find a nanogram limit for THC in blood, even though 50 years of scientific research on the subject has consistently said marijuana does not affect driving.
      http://komornlaw.com/35-years-research-reports-driving-cannabis-marijuana/
      http://komornlaw.com/mmma-court-case-library/
       
      So my advice is, if you are a patient, keep the patient card active until the courts either give up on all marijuana issues, or at least this driving issue , or it is decided by the Michigan Supreme Court.
       
      Basically, until non-patients get a similar "People v Koon" ruling from the Michigan Supreme Court, it is advised that any patients keep their cards to protect them fully under the MMMA.
      "Don't be the first person to test this in court."

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    Epsom Salt???

    ok thanks! I will try!
  4. also thanks i started topping the plants just recently and already having great reults.
  5. Should i use the epsom salt as a foliage spray OR should i mix it in with my feeding water and just water the plants directly with it?
  6. To increase yields try topping the plant above the second node. It will then grow four main colas instead of one, For more info search for Uncle Ben's Topping Technique on rollitup.org.
  7. You can also just sprinkle a few teaspoons on top of the soil and let the water carry it in when you water the plants. Works real well for tomatoes and peppers too. It helps them set fruit and stops blossom end rot in tomatoes.
  8. If you want to use it as part of your regular schedule, use about a 1/2tsp every other feed in your water. Or like 1tsp per gal every two weeks as a foliar. I do 1Tbsp/gal as a foliar on Gg4 like 2x throughout flower
  9. Yes, but I would recommend not using it at all unless needed
  10. Nope. Cal-mag rarely has enough magnesium. Even if your plants look good using only Cal-mag...additional magnesium will enhance your yield and flavor. Remember that you want to find the threshold of every nutrient going into the rootzone, in every plant. Too much you get toxicity, not enough you get deficiencies. Gotta find that balance.
  11. SHould i stop using calmag while using epsom? OR can i still use the calmag with the epsom or will that be too much mag?
  12. hero4u

    Epsom Salt???

    ok thanks. SO would you recommend using it as a foliar spray rather than mixing it with my nutrients and watering the plants with it?
  13. Use it to correct a mg deficiency or to give extra to plants the need more, like Gg4. It is most effective as a foliar spray mixed at 1-2TBS per gallon. Not really needed in most cases, imo. Too much mg can also lock out calcium and potassium.
  14. Hello. I just bought some Epsom salt because i have heard about its benefits. This is my first time using it. What recommend dosage should i use and when should water and how often? Can i use it both on veg and flower? Any info would be great, thanks!
  15. This article chronicles the implementation of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, passed via referendum in the 2008 general election. As expected, once applied to our human tapestry, the MMA has been subjected to some already-classic judicial interpretations, with a strong promise of more to come. The Michigan Legislature passed the MMA on December 4, 2008, making Michigan the 13th state to allow the cultivation and possession of marijuana for medical purposes. The Act cited a series of findings related to the beneficial uses of marijuana in treating nausea, pain and other effects from a variety of debilitating medical conditions. The Act also notes that according to the FBI, 99% of all marijuana possession arrests nationwide are done pursuant to state, rather than federal law. It is important to note that possession of the drug remains illegal under federal law. The MMA defines a "debilitating medical condition" as cancer, glaucoma, HIV, hepatitis C, and other diseases along with other chronic afflictions which cause pain and nausea. A "primary caregiver" is defined as, "a person who is at least 21 years old and who has agreed to assist with a patient's medical use of marijuana and who has never been convicted of a felony involving illegal drugs." A "qualifying patient" is "a person who has been diagnosed by a physician as having a debilitating medical condition." The basic mechanics of the Act provide that qualifying patients and primary care providers (marijuana growers) must possess a "registry identification card", issued by the Department of Community Health. Tens of thousands of applications have been processed; many thousands remain pending with more filed every week; the demand for certification, for marijuana, is seemingly insatiable here in Michigan. The high demand is understandable. Cardholders are not subject to arrest or prosecution for marijuana possession / distribution provided the patient keeps less than 2.5 ounces of smokeable pot. Care providers are allowed to maintain up to 12 plants for each qualified patient; stems, seeds and unusable roots do not count toward the plant limitation. Physicians also have immunity from prosecution relative to their certification of the patient's need for the drug, so long as they conduct an assessment of the patient's medical history. A legitimate physician-patient relationship is required. Since the US Supreme Court decided the case of Conant vs Walters in 2003, physicians have been able to recommend a patient's use of marijuana (but cannot prescribe pot by placing the recommendation on a prescription form). Doctors can also make notes regarding their recommendations in the patient's chart and can testify on behalf of a patient's medical use of marijuana in a court of law. The Supreme Court's Conant decision paved the way for passage of the MMA. Primary care providers may receive compensation for their marijuana. Selling marijuana paraphernalia also is allowed under the MMA, and such paraphernalia cannot be seized. Persons merely present during the use of marijuana for medical purposes likewise are not subject to arrest. Sound too good to be true? When marijuana is distributed to persons other than qualifying patients, the registration card is revoked, and the provider is subject to a 2-year felony. Also, driving while under the influence of marijuana remains illegal, as does smoking in public. Use or possession of pot on school premises or on school buses remains prohibited. And yes, it remains illegal to smoke in a jail or a penitentiary, regardless of your medical condition. The Act set a short timetable (120-days) for the Department of Community Health to promulgate regulations for the administration of the possession / distribution credential. The delay in the promulgation of these regulations gave way to confusion among law enforcement, the public and some judges as to what is legal and what is illegal. For example, the 2009 Redden case from Madison Heights involved a couple arrested during a drug-raid. The couple had applied for certification cards prior to their arrest and received the cards a month after their arrest. In dismissing the case brought against the two defendants, 43rd District Judge Robert Turner characterized the MMA as, "the worst piece of legislation I've seen in my life", according to the Detroit News. Judge Turner's dismissal was appealed by the Oakland County Prosecutor where it was affirmed in the Oakland County Circuit Court. Earlier this year, the Michigan Court of Appeals affirmed Oakland Circuit Court Judge Martha Anderson's reinstatement of the criminal charges against Redden and Clark. Now, the accused Madison Heights couple will either have to plead or go to trial. At the time of the raid on the couple's residence, the Oakland County Sheriff seized 1.5 ounces of pot, some nominal cash, and about 21 small plants. Three weeks prior to the raid, each defendant had submitted to a medical certification exam with Dr. Eric Eisenbud (not making it up) of Colorado (and of the recently founded Hemp and Cannabis Foundation Medical Clinic) and applied for a medical marijuana card pursuant to the MMA. Their cards, however, had not been issued at the time of the raid. At the couple's preliminary examination before Judge Turner, the prosecutor argued that: a) the defendants were required to abstain from "medicating" with marijuana while their applications to the State of Michigan's Department of Community Health were pending; and b) the defendants did not have a bona fide physician-patient relationship with Dr. Eisenbud. Judge Turner indicated that the MMA was confusing relative to what constituted a reasonable amount of marijuana. The defendants in this case were found with an ounce and a half; the MMA allows 2.5 ounces. Judge Turner made the following ruling: For that reason, I believe that section 8 entitles the defendants to a dismissal, even though they did not possess the valid medical card, because section 8 says if they can show the fact that a doctor believed that they were likely to receive a therapeutic benefit , and this doctor testified to that. And Dr. Eisenbud is a physician licensed by the State of Michigan. And that's the only requirement that the statute has. You don't have to be any type of physician, you just have to be a licensed physician by the State of Michgan. So, based on that, I find section 8 does apply. And I believe I'm obligated to dismiss this matter based on section 8 of the statute. Under the applicable court rules, the prosecutor appealed the district court dismissal to the Oakland Circuit Court. In reversing her district court counter-part, Judge Anderson held that Judge Turner improperly acted as a finder of fact in dismissing the case. Judge Anderson also questioned whether the couple could avail themselves of the MMA's affirmative defenses at all, due to their purported failures to comply with the provisions of the act; ie keeping the pot segregated and locked-up, and waiting until they received their cards from the Department of Community Health prior to growing their pot. At the time of the Madison Heights bust, however, the couple could not have received marijuana cards because the DCH had not started issuing the cards. To date, almost 30,000 certifications have been issued. In their September 2010 opinion affirming Judge Martha Anderson, the Court of Appeals held that the MMA's affirmative defenses were available to defendants even though they did not have their cards at the time their pot was confiscated. The Court of Appeals held against defendants, however, on the basis that, at the time of their preliminary examination in district court, their affirmative defense under the MMA was incomplete and thus created fact questions. The Court found the following fact issues to be unresolved at the conclusion of the exam: the bona fides of the physician-patient relationship; whether the amount of marijuana found in the residence was "reasonable" under the Act; and whether the marijuana was being used by defendants for palliative purposes, as required by the Act. The most interesting thing about the Court of Appeals' Redden decision is the scathing concurring opinion of Judge Peter D. O'Connell. Judge O'Connell wrote separately because he would have more narrowly tailored the affirmative defenses available in the MMA, and because he wished to "elaborate" on some of the general discussion of the Act set forth in the briefs and at oral argument. Elaborate he did. Judge O'Connell's 30-page opinion first notes that the possession, distribution and manufacture of marijuana remains a federal crime and further notes that Congress has expressly found the plant to have "no acceptable medical uses." In what will undoubtedly become a classic line from his opinion, Judge O'Connell writes, "I will attempt to cut through the haze surrounding this legislation." The judge is skeptical that folks are really using pot to "medicate" and suspects that they are using the plant for recreational purposes. He also takes note of the poor quality of the legislation to the extent that it conflicts with other provisions set forth in the Health Code. Judge O'Connell next takes a tour de force through the legislative history of the MMA. Here, we learn that the act was based on model legislation proposed by lobbyists known as the Marijuana Policy Project of Washington DC The group advances both the medicinal and recreational uses of marijuana. "Confusion", and lots of it, is how Judge O'Connell views the MMA. In one of the many footnotes to his opinion, the Judge warns against all marijuana use until the score is settled, once and for all, by the Michigan Supreme Court: Until our Supreme Court provides a final comprehensive interpretation of this act, it would be prudent for the citizens of this state to avoid all use of marijuana if they do not wish to risk violating state law. I again issue a stern warning to all: please do not attempt to interpret this act on your own. Reading this act is similar to participating in the Triwizard Tournament described in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: the maze that is this statute is so complex that the final result will only be known once the Supreme Court has had an opportunity to review and remove the haze from this act. Euan Abercrombie, 1st year student at the Hogwarts school would probably remark; "Wow". For their part, the criminal defense bar, commenting via listserv, have basically gone wild over the concurring opinion, with its multiple web site references and pictures of marijuana advertisements. The consensus among the defense bar, however, is that the majority opinion is correct and that Judge Anderson, at the end of the day, got it right; Redden was not the cleanest case to dismiss under the Act. The Oakland County Sheriff and Prosecutor correctly anticipated the Court of Appeals' September decision. A few weeks prior to the Redden decision, they conducted a series of dispensary raids, ruffling tons of feathers along the way. Of course, an application for leave to appeal has been filed with the Michigan Supreme Court. For additional procedural guidance, we have prepared a legal guide for the MMA for those seeking to use marijuana for legitimate palliative purposes under the Act. Take note, however, that at least one appellate jurist would have folks managing chronic "pain" with prescription meds until the medical marijuana mess is sorted out by our Supreme Court. Redden is not the only case causing some MMA consternation. Rodney Koon's case has received notoriety. Koon was convicted of a misdemeanor because he admitted to police that he used marijuana to "medicate" earlier in the day that he was pulled-over by the police. Koon also admitted to consuming a beer, but his blood alcohol was within legal limits. Without sufficient funds to appeal, Koon is stuck with his conviction, even though he had a pot card at the time of his arrest. Ordinances have sprung-up across the state to truncate the scope of the MMA. Bloomfield Hills, for example, passed an ordinance in October requiring card-carrying certified medical marijuana users to register with the Bloomfield Township Police Department. The ordinance also requires the submission of a form to the police disclosing the "patient's" drivers license number and date of birth, whether the patient owns or rents their home, and identifying how many other patients share their home. In addition, the ordinance limits the number of medical marijuana patients that can live at one address and prohibits growing medical marijuana anywhere in Bloomfield Township. Violation of the ordinance is a 93-day misdemeanor carrying a $ 500 fine. Bloomfield Hills is among several municipalities that have passed ordinances that restrict the provisions of the Medical Marijuana Act, criminalize conduct authorized by the Act, or both. Now the ordinance is the subject of a lawsuit filed against the township by two crafty [their "clients" are John and Jane Doe] veteran criminal defense attorneys: Tom Loeb and Neil Rockind. The lawsuit, undoubtedly heading to the Michigan Supreme Court, does not seek money damages but rather, declarative and injunctive relief. Township by township, the MMA is coming under fire for a glaring flaw: it is a ruse for recreational pot users. Yes, there are legitimate medical marijuana users out there, in spades, for whom the MMA was designed to help. There are also many "patients" whose medical records were reviewed with a passing glance by a physician more interested in the high-volume review fees than in determining whether the person has a genuine chronic medical condition of the sort required by the MMA. The LawBlogger wonders how many certified users, among the tens of thousands of backlogged applicants, are under the age of 25; or are college kids whose only chronic condition is their desire to party down. As these legal challenges grind through the court system over the next two or three years, the MMA will be subject to death-by-ordinance on a township-by-township basis. Attorneys Rockind and Loeb remarked in their press conference announcing their lawsuit that the ordinance in Bloomfield Hills cannot stand to the extent it contradicts a valid Michigan law. While it may not be the best example of tightly drafted legislation; while it undoubtedly suffers from problems of perception / deception, the MMA is a valid state law. The appellate courts will have no choice but to invalidate ordinances that limit the scope of the Act, or criminalize it's legitimate purposes. This past fall, the recent election was a set-back for progressive marijuana laws. California's Proposition 19 lost by a vote of 56% to 44%. If successful, the proposed law would have been the first in the country to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. In Arizona, the medical marijuana proposition lost. In California, the pot initiative lost because too few voters under age 26 turned out and moderate voters rejected the initiative. Recent violence with Mexican drug gangs in both California and Arizona did not help either initiative. Mixed messages float around the issue here in Michigan. Recently, a huge pot-expo scheduled for the Pontiac Silverdome, billed as the largest pot-party in the world, was canceled at the last minute. All this raises the questions: do we really need to legalize pot? Is ours a pot-smoking nation? Does marijuana have genuine palliative properties? One of the major problems of perception with medical marijuana laws is that folks are simply going through the administrative steps to get "medically" certified to use pot, but are smoking on a recreational basis. No good comes of a law that sets requirements that are perceived as a farce. It would perhaps be better to legalize marijuana outright, then regulate its production, sale, and distribution. California was really looking forward to billions in pot-derived state revenue. Here in Michigan, there is confusion about who can legally grow pot and how it should be grown and distributed to "patients". In Arizona, the question is too close to call 3-days after the mid-term elections. So then, what are they smoking? That's what Detroit-based Cannabis Counsel lawyer Matthew Abel is asking of the Michigan Senate Judiciary Committee, who met earlier this year, in January, in order to discuss a package of bills which would amend the public health code so that medical marijuana must be dispensed by pharmacists, and to classify medical marijuana as a schedule 2 controlled substance. "It seems that if the legislature ever passed these bills, they would be in conflict with the medical marijuana statute," Abel said. "So they'd need a 3/4 vote to supersede the law, and you know that they can't even get 3/4 of the legislature to agree on lunch, let alone this." Southfield-based lawyer Michael Komorn, who also serves as the treasurer for the Michigan Medical Marijuana Association, said the bills are similar to bills introduced last year; last year, the bills which also would have allowed for 10 marijuana growing facilities to be affiliated with a pharmacy, got no traction. This year incarnation of the bills would essentially make all production of medical marijuana illegal, though use would still be protected by law, Komorn said. "It's like the stamp act, arcane and without any understanding of what really is going on with patient needs," Komorn said. "Bottom line, this is an attempt to repeal the Michigan medical marijuana act." It's impossible, Abel said, to require dispensing of medical marijuana through pharmacies. "They don't have a supply, and no way to get it. There's just no way for them to do it," Abel said. Still, he's resting easy with the idea that the bills are going nowhere, and are really more about grandstanding for political popularity than they are about the Michigan medical marijuana law. Now that the MMA has been around long enough to generate some interesting cases and controversies, we must wait until one of them percolates through the Michigan Supreme Court in order to get a true sense of this legislation. Our blog takes the position that the MMA is flawed and thus, exposed to failure, so long as it can be used to mask recreational pot use. Perhaps the most common sense thing to do at this point is what Peter Tosh called for world-wide: just legalize it. Source by Timothy P. Flynn The post The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act: The First 24-Months appeared first on Komorn Law. View the full article
  16. I cut off the larger leaves before I chop the plant. It's easier when it's standing up. Then I cut off the individual branches and trim them individually.
  17. Yes contact Komorn Law - The number is 248-357-2550 or visit KomornLaw.com to see more
  18. Yep, will be growing year around now. In fact, I just had one of my Cannatonic plants pop up from the ground today. Waiting for plant number 2.
  19. Contact Korman law Michael is the best cannabis lawyer in the state of Michigan . 248-357-2550
  20. Lookin' mighty tasty. Congratulations on your completion, and look forward to seeing what you do next. At this point you're likely "hooked", and will get the ol' seed popping itch quite frequently. Before long, you'll be snatching up every strain you can find. Just like the rest of us. Don't stop now, the fun is just beginning.
  21. Im mostly postig bacause I need to find a caregiver who would like a new patient or can donate meds, Please let me know or contact me here Im in Jackson MI. Im homeless and havnt had herb for a week. Also facing 4 years in prison after my 3 room grow was robbed. "They wont prosecute the guy who robbed me. Herold Reymond Buttons II, Story below there is more but trie to keep it short. I was attacked Feb 7 by a man I was selling my cannbis business to for $7000, I allowed him to rent a room for 1000 and he was supposed to put everything in his name and pay me $ 5000. After 2 weeks I told him I was putting the ad back up. He said "I should just leave", I told him go ahead, he left and left the door open and said nothing more. He began threatening me in messages, came back the next day and broke 2 doors and keyed one. I had moved all of his stuff out that morning. it was on the front porch. I pointed and 20 ga shotgun at him and he came at me 4 times with a knife. As I was squeezing the trigger I looked him in the eye and he ran. He called the police and they refused to look at the doors he broke through, or his stuff outside. They called me out with a bullhorn 6 of them. I was arrested while pleading not to leave him at the house with my dog. They took me to jail and left him in the house. In jail I was coerced by a sherrif deputy into signing over my dog, also promised I would get him back. They sold him the next week on facebook for $50. I got out on bail after 30 days and the sherrifs were evicting me that day. I was not informed of the eviction in jail. Everything I made since 2006 was gone 100 cannabis plants 2 coolers full of cannabis , over 1/2 ounc of extract my lights and equipment. He vandalized my belongings and had fed my dog my high heel shoes and poured bleach on him. Stole my phone and electronics. He told the police in court he locked the home but my neighbor had to call the police the next day which the dog was in the house no one could get in the police locked it and did not file a report or inform me that was the 9th Feb. I gave the police a inventory including serial numbered items totalliing $31000.The house had not been broken into since I left. The police refused to inivestigate and the prosecutor will not prosecute or investigate the theft or the animal neglect. Which I called the animal controll from jail. Im transgender and was discriminated against by the Sherrifs officers which I made a complaint in the jail as soon as I was given a pencil left in solitary for 5 days till I became disoriented and did not know what day it was. the complaint disappeared. I was forced to urinate on the floor in front of other prisoners in the courthouse holding tank due to they would not let me use a bathroom for 3 hours. I have been homeless since March and I live in the woods. My court appointed attorny is an x cop who is and alcoholic and will not return my calls or correspondence and has not shown me the evidance I requested and did not show up in court twice. The trial is set for 12/11/19 and I have still not been shown the evidence the police have niether was he. He told me Jackson police "do not investigate." . I was discriminated against by the Jackson police when I was threatened at the public library and they discriminated against me in front of 4 witnesses on camera. I was also discriminated against and asked harrassing questions by Leoni Township police when Threatened by 3 men and a woman at meijer recently. The manager is witness . I was attacked 2 weeks ago and injured by a woman and 2 large men who stole my new backpack and my phones and make up. I called the prosecutor as I was instructed by the police and had done over the inventory and they told me I had to call the police to do that?? No one will help me even though I contacted the mayors office 4 times who I have also met peraonally, also spoke at town council in August which the video is online. The mayors assistant took my number howerer never called me after the 5th time contacting them.. Im facing 4 years which Im completely innocent. I have no help and all of the agencies and churches have been abusive toward me I was assaulted in my room in the womens dorm in my room by a workmen the 1st month March 2019 which I was staying in the Jackson interfaith shelter. One of the staff a friend of the man who assaulted me threatened to call the police on me when I told him I wanted to call the police. I was kicked out in the cold without a coat and nowhere to a week later and I came back the monday and they had all my things in the floor picking through them.. Most of the community organizations here back each other lies and abuse and really I have no one to turn to. Even the lgbtq pride president and secretary harrassed me 4 times. The vice chair of lgbtq pride verbally attacked me the day of the pride festival, then told me "flower You". He was the one everyone told me to contact for help promised to help me and blew me off. I was also lied to by the pastor of the church who houses the Red Cross and his secretary verbally and emotionally abused me 3 time on each of the 4 occasions I went to use the shower then refused my mail and screwed up my liscense. I currently cannot get an id as I have no money at all. There is a reason they call this the "Prison City" ita a prison and there are a lot of people being treated the same or worse. I am also a minister. I worked for apple and have not had a stopping ticket since 1996. This is Evil literallly the way this is going and I have no where to turn I do have a lot of evidence I doubt my so called attorney has even looked at as he seems to think Im guilty.. I do have dreadlocks Im a rastafarian and openly transgender I dont wear mens clothing at all. Please help I only want to be free to help others and get my beloved Theo my dog who is my only friend in this world by my side again. Thank you Sincerely "Jaimie Asher" James Asher Baker. I moved here in 2012 with good credit and a car. Ive lost everything I made for the past 22 years including the ability to run my business or rent a home. I was denied section 8 due to this bogus charge. .. The police manipulated the tapes and misused thier body cams on que by thier commander while conducting the arrest. also the actual arresting officer was not the one who arrested me. Photos and videos forthcoming
  22. I was attacked Feb 7 by a man I was selling my cannbis business to for $7000, I allowed him to rent a room for 1000 and he was supposed to put everything in his name and pay me $ 5000. After 2 weeks I told him I was putting the ad back up. He said "I should just leave", I told him go ahead, he left and left the door open and said nothing more. He began threatening me in messages, came back the next day and broke 2 doors and keyed one. I had moved all of his stuff out that morning. it was on the front porch. I pointed and 20 ga shotgun at him and he came at me 4 times with a knife. As I was squeezing the trigger I looked him in the eye and he ran. He called the police and they refused to look at the doors he broke through, or his stuff outside. They called me out with a bullhorn 6 of them. I was arrested while pleading not to leave him at the house with my dog. They took me to jail and left him in the house. In jail I was coerced by a sherrif deputy into signing over my dog, also promised I would get him back. They sold him the next week on facebook for $50. I got out on bail after 30 days and the sherrifs were evicting me that day. I was not informed of the eviction in jail. Everything I made since 2006 was gone 100 cannabis plants 2 coolers full of cannabis , over 1/2 ounc of extract my lights and equipment. He vandalized my belongings and had fed my dog my high heel shoes and poured bleach on him. Stole my phone and electronics. He told the police in court he locked the home but my neighbor had to call the police the next day which the dog was in the house no one could get in the police locked it and did not file a report or inform me that was the 9th Feb. I gave the police a inventory including serial numbered items totalliing $31000.The house had not been broken into since I left. The police refused to inivestigate and the prosecutor will not prosecute or investigate the theft or the animal neglect. Which I called the animal controll from jail. Im transgender and was discriminated against by the Sherrifs officers which I made a complaint in the jail as soon as I was given a pencil left in solitary for 5 days till I became disoriented and did not know what day it was. the complaint disappeared. I was forced to urinate on the floor in front of other prisoners in the courthouse holding tank due to they would not let me use a bathroom for 3 hours. I have been homeless since March and I live in the woods. My court appointed attorny is an x cop who is and alcoholic and will not return my calls or correspondence and has not shown me the evidance I requested and did not show up in court twice. The trial is set for 12/11/19 and I have still not been shown the evidence the police have niether was he. He told me Jackson police "do not investigate." . I was discriminated against by the Jackson police when I was threatened at the public library and they discriminated against me in front of 4 witnesses on camera. I was also discriminated against and asked harrassing questions by Leoni Township police when Threatened by 3 men and a woman at meijer recently. The manager is witness . I was attacked 2 weeks ago and injured by a woman and 2 large men who stole my new backpack and my phones and make up. I called the prosecutor as I was instructed by the police and had done over the inventory and they told me I had to call the police to do that?? No one will help me even though I contacted the mayors office 4 times who I have also met peraonally, also spoke at town council in August which the video is online. The mayors assistant took my number howerer never called me after the 5th time contacting them.. Im facing 4 years which Im completely innocent. I have no help and all of the agencies and churches have been abusive toward me I was assaulted in my room in the womens dorm in my room by a workmen the 1st month March 2019 which I was staying in the Jackson interfaith shelter. One of the staff a friend of the man who assaulted me threatened to call the police on me when I told him I wanted to call the police. I was kicked out in the cold without a coat and nowhere to a week later and I came back the monday and they had all my things in the floor picking through them.. Most of the community organizations here back each other lies and abuse and really I have no one to turn to. Even the lgbtq pride president and secretary harrassed me 4 times. The vice chair of lgbtq pride verbally attacked me the day of the pride festival, then told me "flower You". He was the one everyone told me to contact for help promised to help me and blew me off. I was also lied to by the pastor of the church who houses the Red Cross and his secretary verbally and emotionally abused me 3 time on each of the 4 occasions I went to use the shower then refused my mail and screwed up my liscense. I currently cannot get an id as I have no money at all. There is a reason they call this the "Prison City" ita a prison and there are a lot of people being treated the same or worse. I am also a minister. I worked for apple and have not had a stopping ticket since 1996. This is Evil literallly the way this is going and I have no where to turn I do have a lot of evidence I doubt my so called attorney has even looked at as he seems to think Im guilty.. I do have dreadlocks Im a rastafarian and openly transgender I dont wear mens clothing at all. Please help I only want to be free to help others and get my beloved Theo my dog who is my only friend in this world by my side again. Thank you Sincerely "Jaimie Asher" James Asher Baker. I moved here in 2012 with good credit and a car. Ive lost everything I made for the past 22 years including the ability to run my business or rent a home. I was denied section 8 due to this bogus charge. .. The police manipulated the tapes and misused thier body cams on que by thier commander while conducting the arrest. also the actual arresting officer was not the one who arrested me.
  23. I had to cut a few branches this morning that had buds so big that they actually broke the branch they were on. These were in a place that I could not support them. They were hanging down and shading lower colas. I got about a half ounce out of the three snake oil branches and probably a quarter ounce from the White Widow branches. These were very small branches with very large buds on the ends. I trimmed them and put them in my new drying tent. (My new indoor tent without anything growing in it.) I got an 8 layer mesh drying rack that hangs from the top of the tent. They will sit in the dark for the next week and start drying. Next Saturday is harvest day. I will be filling up that drying rack next weekend. Right now the WW and Snake Oil are on separate racks. Next week when I harvest I will consolidate the WW and Snake Oil into one layer, or I just may remove it all together and let it finish drying somewhere else. Feeding the plants water 5 more times before I harvest them. (Monday-Friday)
  24. Gary, Sounds great! Looking forward to a report on grams/watt results. Back early on I asked about the color of the light, i.e. the usual blinding purple or white. I see many of the newest fixtures I see advertised appear to be white. Not having used LED's myself it would seem that white would make it easier to judge how things are going if you have been use to seeing your plants under traditional HPS.
  25. Same here. With trimming it while fresh, within minutes of cutting the buds off, the leaves haven't curled all in and stuck to the bud. I don't know how someone can dig the small leaves out of the stickiness. Must not be that sticky? With mine you just about have to wet trim it or it's a leafy mass. I like the leafless sculpted bud look. My peeps are spoiled. Some folks are lazy trimmers.
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