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    Restorium2

    A Fair Price For Cannabutter?

    This video will give you an idea of how you winterize filter;
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    Restorium2

    A Fair Price For Cannabutter?

    I make oil for cartridges. I use an ISO2 machine with 100% alcohol that I proofed with the machine. You have to winterize and refilter it so the electric vape will burn it.
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    Oakland County drug warrior Jessica Cooper has been defeated in the Democratic Primary. This comes as welcome news to those of us who have been subjected to her vindictive treatment of cannabis patients. Jessica, we voted you out "for the children". McDonald upsets incumbent Prosecutor Jessica Cooper Bill Laitner, Detroit Free Press Published 12:34 a.m. ET Aug. 5, 2020 | Updated 2:44 a.m. ET Aug. 5, 2020 With 83% of precincts reporting, former Oakland County Circuit Judge Karen McDonald was headed toward an upset win in Tuesday’s Democratic primary election for Oakland County prosecutor. McDonald tallied 111,675 votes, for a dominant 66.0% of those tallied, to 57,457 votes or 33.9% for incumbent Prosecutor Jessica Cooper, who has served more than 11 years in the post and was Oakland’s first Democratic prosecutor in 40 years. The winner will face Republican attorney Lin Goetz, who was unopposed for her party's nomination. With Oakland County expected to lean decidedly blue in November’s general election, McDonald is likely to be the next Oakland County prosecutor. https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/oakland/2020/08/05/mcdonald-beats-incumbent-jessica-cooper-oakland-prosecutor/3296807001/?fbclid=IwAR2RHsMa0Us3vnyvrvGamtSqVEKpyWquOmaLvVVp4XAEWmBqW-ow9Mep0vo
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    rambozo420

    1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg

    BrianVegsTops Hey nice looking plant. You do the stem rub she put some Stank on it? I hope so Your doing fine Bro LST is a good technique. Every seed is an Individual and capable of showing recent parentage to 2000 years ago. Yeah I give props to Breeders but this plant has been harvested by man for a long time. HOPE SHES A KEEPER!!
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    It is the pot size if it were in the ground or in a 10 gallon pot it would be much bigger at this point.
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    The whole point of selective breeding is to bring out the characteristics that the breeder likes in a strain. You presume to know what is in the mind of a breeder. You say the new strains are all for greater yield but that isn't true. Many of the new strains are bred to increase potency. If you crossbreed two heavy hitters you are likely to get a new strain of heavy hitter. Sometimes stronger than the originals. For any trait you can think of whether it's high CBD, high THC, short plants, bushy plants or plants with attractive colors or aroma there is someone looking to bring that trait out in a particular strain. The enjoyment of any particular strain is dependent on the person consuming it.
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    T To each their own. The originals are great, but there is more out there. I refuse to live in a box! Variety is the spice of life. I have an original Diesel cut, and access to SFV, Ghost, and Tahoe OG cuts. Diesel and Tahoe are great and throw down weight as good as any! I still need variety. Also, having smoked many "Originals", there are plenty equal to the them. There are unique flavor profiles in many of the originals that are hard to find in other strains, and if you are in love with that exact flavor. You may not like anything else. It does not mean, nothing else is good. I prefer sweeter strains with a bit of gas, and ice cream is probably my favorite for that. GG4 kicks my donkey, but it's flavor is not my preference, but I have a patient that will smoke nothing else. It is fair to say that for you, nothing beats the old School OG cuts! But, the same is not true for everyone, and it is unfair to say that none of the modern crosses are any good!
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    You are very welcome! This is one of those rare times when I actually could help someone. Most times on the internet everything gets all fogged up and I can't help anyone. What you said here means a lot to me and I appreciate it.
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    BrianVegTops

    1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg

    Thank you for taking the time out of your day to give a beginner a few tips I do appreciate it
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    Wow! This actually never dawned on me. I do have 3 small led yard lights in my back yard. Usually one is within 10-15 feet of my plant. I’ll take them out today
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    glued gorilla

    A Fair Price For Cannabutter?

    @blackhorse l think what you are after is how to make distillate. That's what is in most carts. I do not know how.
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    glued gorilla

    A Fair Price For Cannabutter?

    I don't know how to make it usable for cartridges. I decarb and make butter and tincture. 16g per lb of butter. 16g for 1c of MCT for an approx 500mg thc per oz. Tincture. I just use a 120 micron bag, golf ball sized chunks of dry ice. Shake over a mirror till it starts to get darker, then stop. I collect, then decarb at 240 for 40 minutes. Then load jars with butter or MCT and hash, and infuse in a pressure cooker.
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    One thing to really look out for is light pollution. If you are growing near any yard lights make sure their light is blocked from reaching the plant. If there's light pollution she will never bud.
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    Every day I wake up hoping to see that my plant has started flowering nope not yet today
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    I missed this comment. I do agree on that, but the chem family was an accident. An accident that would not have happened without Dogbud, which we know nothing about. So yes, whomever was responsible for Dogbud, does deserve credit.
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    glued gorilla

    A Fair Price For Cannabutter?

    An oz per pound of butter, is not a bad ratio, as long as trim is all sugar leaf. If it also has fan leaf in there, you may want to double that. Also, 2 weeks in a crockpot? That is WAY longer than necessary. If you decarb you product first, 4-6hrs will more than do the trick. If you don't decarb first, 12min -24max is all you need. If you want less green tasting butter, take all that trim and make dry and ice hash. It is very simple and makes a much better product. If you have any ?s feel free to message me.
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    glued gorilla

    1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg

    Ok, I'm done. Live in your box. But one last thing. You said this But, most of the " originals" were ACCIDENTAL bag seed, so there was NO purpose. They were happy accidents!
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    blackhorse

    A Fair Price For Cannabutter?

    If you are happy with outcome, stick with it. I use 2 ounces of trim per lb of butter in crockpot for 6 to 8 hours. It is all a personal choice.
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    It is showing its sex but not truly flowering yet.
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    Wild Bill

    Flowering starting on this clone?

    Not really flowering but it is showing it's sex. Those are pistils and are female pre-flowers.
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    From what I'm seeing outdoors, my plants that share a little genetic material with yours are stretching a little. That is showing me they got the 'signal'. I mark that as reference comparable to when you see the stretch after you switched your lights to 12/12. So I'm thinking that we are about a week into the flower cycle for the late bloomers. On 'sharing' genetic material. Maybe you will get super lucky and see the stronger effects of some of those excellent genes deep down under that laundry list of BS the breeders piled on. Like seeing some abs after you burned all the fat off your belly. You have got some muscle there under that laundry!
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    The folks that bred the 'originals' had a whole different purpose. That's the difference. The difference between breeding just for the quality of the effects as compared with now the breeders lean towards quantity and they will tell you that the 'taste' can make up for the lack of the originals' effects. It's all a trade off. The breeders of the originals moved cannabis is a direction and the newer breeders have taken it in a different direction to fit the needs of the industry, not the individuals. It's always a trade off so a change of 'intentions' changes everything. You have to be able to see that the intentions changed right? That the industry changed? And in following that known thing, be unbiased and realize that we are best at fooling ourselves into thinking the effects stayed the same when production went up. We are always best at fooling ourselves .....
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    glued gorilla

    1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg

    Everyone has their preference, you and your people clearly have theirs. I will agree to disagree. There are plenty of modern crosses, that are just as tasty and at least as potent as the "originals". That is my opinion, based on my experience. Yours seems to be that nothing beats the "originals", and that's just fine.
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    Not sure it is legal to do in Michigan especially if its crossing state lines?
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