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    Wild Bill reacted to rock49911 in Any of you know about this?   
    How about this?  Applying a thin layer of some kind of mulch around the plant to control moisture?
     
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    Wild Bill reacted to blackhorse in Do Spider Mites Need Plant Mater To Live?   
    I've used ice cold water in a spray bottle during flowering to get rid of spider mites.
    Luckily, been a couple years since had the spider mites in grow.
    Quarantine all new plants for two weeks. 
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from blackhorse in Do Spider Mites Need Plant Mater To Live?   
    The thing that has worked for me in getting rid of mites is simply rinsing them off with cold water. If the plant is small enough submerse it entirely in cold water for a few seconds. The water won't hurt the plants at all and the mites will float right off.
    Larger plants can be put in the shower and rinsed with a hand held shower head. Rinse them off with a spray of cold water paying particular attention to the undersides of the leaves.
    Do this every two days until the mites are gone.
    They may not all rinse off right away but even if a few manage to stick their reproductive cycles are disrupted. By doing it every two days you ensure that any eggs that may have hatched since the last rinse will not have time to grow.
    Easy, cheap and best if all no harmful chemicals.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from Restorium2 in Do Spider Mites Need Plant Mater To Live?   
    The thing that has worked for me in getting rid of mites is simply rinsing them off with cold water. If the plant is small enough submerse it entirely in cold water for a few seconds. The water won't hurt the plants at all and the mites will float right off.
    Larger plants can be put in the shower and rinsed with a hand held shower head. Rinse them off with a spray of cold water paying particular attention to the undersides of the leaves.
    Do this every two days until the mites are gone.
    They may not all rinse off right away but even if a few manage to stick their reproductive cycles are disrupted. By doing it every two days you ensure that any eggs that may have hatched since the last rinse will not have time to grow.
    Easy, cheap and best if all no harmful chemicals.
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    Wild Bill reacted to Michigan Justice League in Michigan Courts Knowingly Lack Subject-Matter Jurisdiction   
    Hey! Did you know that most of the time, since 2008 and before, Michigan police and prosecutors have been failing to accuse people of a crime on the face of the complaint/information when it comes to marijuana charges? 
    https://youtube.com/watch?v=qQuWpEWCLL8 Here, Timothy J Kelly, a judge for the 74th District Court in Bay City, Michigan told me at my arraignment that he was not aware that the "complaint" was supposed to have an accusation of criminal conduct that I was alleged to have violated. Instead of doing the only thing he was empowered to do, dismiss the case against me, he instead ordered me to jail without bail. 
    If you have been charged on a complaint that reads as follows: 
    "contrary to MCL; 333.7401(2)(d)(i), (ii) or (iii)"

    Your complaint fails on it's face to accuse you of a crime which allows a county prosecutor to prosecute you without ever accusing you of a crime which relieves him/her of the duty and burden of proving the elements of a crime to the jury. The courts are supposed to catch this error because in cases like this where the court lacks the required subject-matter jurisdiction the only thing the court can do is dismiss the case against you. They are without power/authority to do anything but dismiss the case.
    Every time a complaint is written in this manner the court lacked the required subject-matter jurisdiction to try or hear your case and every case heard where the charges were not specified in violation of Michigan Court Rule 6.101, Michigan law, and the Michigan and Federal Constitution(s) are void from the beginning. 
    Dig out your complaint and Information documents (1 or 2 pages) and get these documents to me if they are written like the example above.
    Michigan prosecutors in all 83 counties began a statewide effort to change the language in the complaint and Information templates used all over the state and could not decide how to charge people after the MMMA was enacted in 2008 so they left it blank and used the incomplete template to charge people without specifying the crime that the person was to be charged with. 
    This is NOT a mere technicality but rather a constitutional violation that leaves the court in perpetual want of jurisdiction over the subject-matter. 

    If your lawyer didn't find this issue on your charging documents it is because he didn't want to find it. The difference to a lawyer is in his resulting bill for your defense. If he found and addressed this issue his bill to you would be between $150.00 and $300.00 where defending you on the other issues (Sec. 4 or Sec 8 of the MMMA) he could bill you in the tens of thousands. Additionally, Michigan lawyers are not allowed by the courts to defend you using this information as it perfectly demonstrates the appearance of impropriety on behalf of the courts themselves as they are and have been without power to try these cases.

    To hide this issue from the defendant, the prosecutor fails to show you (serve upon you) the complaint prior to your arraignment. (Also a notice defect that equally nullifies the proceedings against you)
    Everyone that has been prosecuted in this manner is a class member in one of the largest class action suits against the state of Michigan. Email a scanned image of your complaint and information to the Michigan Justice League at: MIJusticeLeague@gmail.com. Even if you plead guilty to the charges the court lacked the required subject-matter jurisdiction and your charges will be vacated. Encourage everyone you know that has been charged for marihuana to forward their complaints to the Michigan Justice League as soon as possible.
    Peace and may God bless us all!  
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Michigan Courts Knowingly Lack Subject-Matter Jurisdiction   
    The problem starts with these bad judges that folks voted for like Tim Kelly. They are all over the state. People confuse 'conservative' with meanness and ignorance. It's a symptom of blind haltered. A real conservative would have wanted to see actual activities to decide whether our hard earned tax dollars should be spent on any case. Their incompetence is costing our country dearly. It's the same type of hatred that is aimed at cannabis users as what is aimed at black people. We have known since we were very young that it's only a matter of time until that hate gun is pointed at you.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from annerkey in Seeking Help/Legal Advice   
    It would be best to retain an attorney that you trust. It may cost a little more but a good attorney is the only friend you have in the criminal justice system. Why risk jail, fines , probation coasts, community service, drug counseling etc. just to save a few bucks in the short term. Kormorn Law is one of the premier cannabis law firms in the state. If they can't help you then they should be able to refer you to someone in your area.
    It sounds like any competent lawyer would be able to get the charges dropped or at least reduced. If they are charging him with having cannabis in his system when he has a medical card it should be thrown out of court anyway.
    Tell the court you aren't comfortable with the lawyer due to what you found in your research and ask for a delay so you can obtain proper representation. If you can't get an attorney before the court date "stand mute" when asked for a plea. The judge will enter a "not guilty" plea in your behalf.
    In my experience the courts are only shaking you down to see how much cash they can get out of you. Think of it as being way laid by gangsters looking for an excuse to rob you.
    Extend my best wishes to your son during this stressful time and best of luck fighting for your freedom.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from blackhorse in Seeking Help/Legal Advice   
    It would be best to retain an attorney that you trust. It may cost a little more but a good attorney is the only friend you have in the criminal justice system. Why risk jail, fines , probation coasts, community service, drug counseling etc. just to save a few bucks in the short term. Kormorn Law is one of the premier cannabis law firms in the state. If they can't help you then they should be able to refer you to someone in your area.
    It sounds like any competent lawyer would be able to get the charges dropped or at least reduced. If they are charging him with having cannabis in his system when he has a medical card it should be thrown out of court anyway.
    Tell the court you aren't comfortable with the lawyer due to what you found in your research and ask for a delay so you can obtain proper representation. If you can't get an attorney before the court date "stand mute" when asked for a plea. The judge will enter a "not guilty" plea in your behalf.
    In my experience the courts are only shaking you down to see how much cash they can get out of you. Think of it as being way laid by gangsters looking for an excuse to rob you.
    Extend my best wishes to your son during this stressful time and best of luck fighting for your freedom.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from Restorium2 in Seeking Help/Legal Advice   
    It would be best to retain an attorney that you trust. It may cost a little more but a good attorney is the only friend you have in the criminal justice system. Why risk jail, fines , probation coasts, community service, drug counseling etc. just to save a few bucks in the short term. Kormorn Law is one of the premier cannabis law firms in the state. If they can't help you then they should be able to refer you to someone in your area.
    It sounds like any competent lawyer would be able to get the charges dropped or at least reduced. If they are charging him with having cannabis in his system when he has a medical card it should be thrown out of court anyway.
    Tell the court you aren't comfortable with the lawyer due to what you found in your research and ask for a delay so you can obtain proper representation. If you can't get an attorney before the court date "stand mute" when asked for a plea. The judge will enter a "not guilty" plea in your behalf.
    In my experience the courts are only shaking you down to see how much cash they can get out of you. Think of it as being way laid by gangsters looking for an excuse to rob you.
    Extend my best wishes to your son during this stressful time and best of luck fighting for your freedom.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from Kingdiamond in Forum Love   
    If you have the room to do it I would suggest you try growing your own. It saves you money and you always know where your meds came from and can be sure nothing harmful has been sprayed on it.
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    Wild Bill reacted to henry123 in Forum Love   
    Glad to be here and hope I'm welcome. I finally took care of business today and poof, I'm certified. Who would of thought this glorious day would ever come. I'm a 47 yo professional with cronic pains. Don't take the screen name to seriously, it just popped in my head for some strange reason.
     
    Anyhow, I'm glad to be here and looking to learn more as I go. I'm not new to the medicine, just new to the technology that has taken place and what progress and great varieties of health aids are out there.
     
    I went to my first dispensory today and wow. Never have I seen such a thing. How cool is that!!!! But, I am sure there are others and better. I just have to figure that out.
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    Wild Bill reacted to semicaregiver in Card Renewal via Telemed   
    On 5/14 Whitmer OK'd telemed for card renewal....
    7. Strict compliance with sections 3(a)(1) and 3(q)(2) of the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act, Initiated Law 1 of 2008, MCL 26423(a)(1) and (q)(2), is suspended only to the extent necessary to allow relevant medical evaluations to be conducted via telemedicine.
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in out door grow   
    They went out Wednesday and are thriving already. They love this weather. Just glad to be healthy enough to plant this year. Never know when you are going to get your turn in the Covid19 barrel. 
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from glued gorilla in Is it legal to sell clones? Donation?   
    This is the same kind of attempt to work around the law that we saw when people were trying the "daisy chain" sales model. "I'll be your caregiver and you be my caregiver and my cousin will buy overages as one of my patients." I'm sure this brought in a great deal of revenue for both the State and defense lawyers.
    If you want to sell then do it the right way. Jump through all the hoops and pay the fees.
    If you do it any other way then, yes it is illegal. Selling black market is still your best bet for making money but don't pretend you are working within the law.
    Why not just give some cuttings away and spread the good genetics around to your friends,? Good karma has it's own rewards.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from Restorium2 in Is it legal to sell clones? Donation?   
    This is the same kind of attempt to work around the law that we saw when people were trying the "daisy chain" sales model. "I'll be your caregiver and you be my caregiver and my cousin will buy overages as one of my patients." I'm sure this brought in a great deal of revenue for both the State and defense lawyers.
    If you want to sell then do it the right way. Jump through all the hoops and pay the fees.
    If you do it any other way then, yes it is illegal. Selling black market is still your best bet for making money but don't pretend you are working within the law.
    Why not just give some cuttings away and spread the good genetics around to your friends,? Good karma has it's own rewards.
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Is it legal to sell clones? Donation?   
    One difference that matters between the folks honestly selling and the ones with a 'selling a solo cup' sham is the ones with the sham show they know it's illegal and are trying to get around the law. NEVER where you want to be. ALWAYS looking foolish later. 
    If you want to sell clones do it honestly like you never had any idea it's illegal. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to semicaregiver in Is it legal to sell clones? Donation?   
    I believe the term is "sham sale"
    I can understand why the question is asked.  You have storefronts in detroit selling just clones as well as folks selling thru facebook and instagram.  So it must be legal!   All the comments above are correct, it is illegal.  If your tolerance for that sort of thing is high enough, you should at least have a lawyer on speed dial.
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Is it legal to sell clones? Donation?   
    In every situation, put yourself in the shoes of the person you are going to be talking to if caught. 
    Now while you are in those shiny black shoes, what do you think of your idea?
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in MSC Allows Cities and Towns to require permits   
    The way I read it the renter was at odds with the property owner. Never a good thing especially with growing. No sense in trying to force a property owner into a situation they don't feel comfortable with EVEN IF you win in court. 
    Landlords are people too. Put yourself in their shoes before you ever start down the road dealing with them. No one likes getting forced into a situation you didn't want in the first place. 
    I watched on the news that tenants want to be able to skip their house payments because of covid19. What if your landlord has just a couple units for rent and they spent their life savings on them so they would have an income to support themselves? Always put yourself in the other person's shoes when thinking up ways to help yourself. It has to work for everyone or it's not sustainable. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to Mrdumpty in Hello from central michigan   
    Hello I am from central michigan area and am looking for people who share the same passion of growing and using top notch medicine like myself. After a few years of not growing I've jumped back into it with a small personal grow. Boy did I miss not having my garden. Anyways, glad to be here and hope to be able to network with some like minded people and share some knowledge. Thanks.

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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Remnant's Of A Rally   
    This covid19 pandemic became a little more 'real' for me yesterday.
    I checked with a friend to see if he knew anyone sick yet.
    His wife works at Nexteer.
    Three weeks ago a guy came to work sick. The first sign. Then another lady got sick before they closed down the factory. 
    So my friend and his wife plus their little dog went to their house up north. 
    They have been there for three weeks. A week ago they both get sick. Shortness of breath. It's not getting worse or better.
    He never gets sick. One of those types. No underlying weakness. He's strong yet he has it. 
    The part that really made me feel bad was when he let me hear his little dog coughing and gagging. 
    This is seriously deadly and there's a lot of pain and suffering going around that a lot of folks are missing. 
    They don't want that for their families and friends. Yet they encircle the capitol begging for it. 
    The second lady that had it at Nexteer has since died. 
    How many people are dying at home right now? Silently passing away. While thugs pound their chests at the capitol professing how strong they are and they can surely handle the virus. 
    People need to be very careful until we have a vaccine. That will take a year or more. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to rambozo420 in Ok Who Fish-Lipped The Joint?   
    Eagerly awaiting Bass opening My new spot these days has a plethora of Brook Trout streams also. Huge Salmon too.. Share a picture but I dont know how anymore LOL think I got it.

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    Wild Bill got a reaction from washtenaut in Charlotte Figi, Colorado Girl Who Inspired CBD Movement To Control Seizures, Passes Away From Coronavirus   
    Charlotte Figi, Colorado Girl Who Inspired CBD Movement To Control Seizures, Passes Away From Coronavirus
    April 8, 2020 at 4:30 pm
    DENVER (CBS4) — Charlotte Figi, a Colorado girl who was among the first children to be treated with cannabidiol (CBD) to control seizures, has died from complications related to COVID-19, according to the Colorado Sun. She was 13 years old.
    Charlotte’s story changed the way people viewed the use of CBD and she appeared in a 2013 documentary by CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
    “Charlotte’s story directly impacted thousands of families across the globe and has changed the face of cannabis in many ways,” The Realm of Caring Foundation, an organization co-founded by her mother, Paige Figi, stated. “Your work is done Charlotte, the world is changed, and you can now rest knowing that you leave the world a better place.”
    Charlotte was born with a rare form of epilepsy called Dravet syndrome. With 300 seizures a week, she couldn’t walk, talk or eat, and no medications worked. Her family had almost lost hope.
    “I was wishing for no more suffering because we had nothing else to try,” Paige Figi told CBS4.
    Then her family learned about the type of marijuana that’s low in THC but high in CBD. Paige began giving Charlotte cannabis oil potent with CBD and her seizures nearly stopped.
    The strain of cannabis was renamed “Charlotte’s Web” — and when word spread about how successful it was, desperate families flocked to Colorado.
    The Charlotte’s Web Medical Hemp Act of 2014 was named after Charlotte.
    Last week, Charlotte was hospitalized, for the first time in years, Paige said. She was discharged two days later.
    Then, on Tuesday night, family members posted that she had passed.
    “Charlotte is no longer suffering. She is seizure-free forever. Thank you so much for all of your love,” a family member wrote on Facebook.
    If public health officials verify her death was related to the coronavirus, that would make Charlotte the youngest victim of the pandemic in Colorado so far.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from Kingdiamond in Charlotte Figi, Colorado Girl Who Inspired CBD Movement To Control Seizures, Passes Away From Coronavirus   
    Charlotte Figi, Colorado Girl Who Inspired CBD Movement To Control Seizures, Passes Away From Coronavirus
    April 8, 2020 at 4:30 pm
    DENVER (CBS4) — Charlotte Figi, a Colorado girl who was among the first children to be treated with cannabidiol (CBD) to control seizures, has died from complications related to COVID-19, according to the Colorado Sun. She was 13 years old.
    Charlotte’s story changed the way people viewed the use of CBD and she appeared in a 2013 documentary by CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
    “Charlotte’s story directly impacted thousands of families across the globe and has changed the face of cannabis in many ways,” The Realm of Caring Foundation, an organization co-founded by her mother, Paige Figi, stated. “Your work is done Charlotte, the world is changed, and you can now rest knowing that you leave the world a better place.”
    Charlotte was born with a rare form of epilepsy called Dravet syndrome. With 300 seizures a week, she couldn’t walk, talk or eat, and no medications worked. Her family had almost lost hope.
    “I was wishing for no more suffering because we had nothing else to try,” Paige Figi told CBS4.
    Then her family learned about the type of marijuana that’s low in THC but high in CBD. Paige began giving Charlotte cannabis oil potent with CBD and her seizures nearly stopped.
    The strain of cannabis was renamed “Charlotte’s Web” — and when word spread about how successful it was, desperate families flocked to Colorado.
    The Charlotte’s Web Medical Hemp Act of 2014 was named after Charlotte.
    Last week, Charlotte was hospitalized, for the first time in years, Paige said. She was discharged two days later.
    Then, on Tuesday night, family members posted that she had passed.
    “Charlotte is no longer suffering. She is seizure-free forever. Thank you so much for all of your love,” a family member wrote on Facebook.
    If public health officials verify her death was related to the coronavirus, that would make Charlotte the youngest victim of the pandemic in Colorado so far.
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