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  1. As long as you're on private property and no cash changes hands I believe you should be fine. Compassion clubs are primarily to put patients and caregivers into contact.
  2. "The people of Michigan spoke - they wanted to have recreational marijuana - which is fine. We're just here to enforce the law of anything that's illegal," said Lt. Mike Shaw Translation: They forgot to give the State it's cut so we trashed their business.
  3. Everything should be legal. It's none of the governments business what I possess or put in my body.
  4. https://norml.org/legal/item/ohio-medical-marijuana-law I didn't see reciprocity mentioned in the Ohio law.
  5. https://www.michiganmedicalmarijuana.org/ad_info/
  6. Hold on to your hats! There is a new "high end" dispensary in Ferndale. It's medical, not recreational, but I had to share the prices. They had some bud that they were asking $65 a gram for. I didn't buy any.
  7. I just ran across this video. It's an excellent introduction to propagating plants from cuttings. While it isn't cannabis specific it gives a great explanation of how the process works.
  8. Which high THC strains do you typically use?
  9. 1000 watt led .
  10. https://www.wikileaf.com/thestash/arizona-marijuana-laws/
  11. Thrips can be controlled by pruning off the infected leaves and spraying with soap. The soap dissolves the insects exoskeletons and they die. You don't need chemicals that might hurt you later. The soap can bw washed off when the insects are dead. You just need two ingredients: dish soap and water. You need liquid soap, such as pure castile liquid soap, that does not contain additives (like fragrance, moisturizer and other additional chemicals). Then follow these steps: 1. Choose a clean spray bottle or sprayer for your mixture. If you’re recycling a previously used bottle, make sure it is completely sanitized. 2. Mix 1 tablespoon of soap per quart of water, or 4 to 5 tablespoons of soap per gallon of water. 3. Mix together thoroughly and use immediately. Make sure to evenly coat infected plants, from top to bottom, for best results. The soap-spray has to come in contact with the insects for it to work.
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