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About hofner67

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  1. I am thinking that the take away from this thread is that ya don't necessarily need a super duper climate controlled environment. It's obviously not optimal to be way at the fringes... but rather for many patients.... maybe they can grow it well enough...... And if ur incapable or have other desires.... by all means.... get a caregiver..... and obviously.... optimum conditions maximize yield But it doesn't mean and we shouldn't be presenting to patients that because they can't afford a fancy fancy grow setup .....that they should think they can't could grow quality meds for thems
  2. I would love grow outdoors. Its just not the right time to try for me:( Seems like, however, you could crop and bend the plants in the pool without having to dig and deal with flooding. And it would be easier.
  3. From what I understand, growing with 400 watt HPS and MH is more prevalent in Europe, unlike the US where 1000 watters are preferred. As such, its easier to see the possibility that a high powered LED or induction lamp might possibly compare to a 400 watt HPS. This may be why we see more innovative approaches in Europe. It would seem that a 1000 watter is a pretty large hammer that is difficult to replicate with such dainty tools as an led or induction light. I have run them all...400 what hps/mh, leds, and induction lights. But I only fool around with stuff...I am not a serious grower
  4. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/29/movies/code-of-the-west-directed-by-rebecca-richman-cohen.html?emc=tnt&tntemail1=y&_r=0 excerpts below It’s all about protecting the young people, of course. “We stand to lose a whole generation of kids,” Cherrie Brady, a community advocate, says in “Code of the West.” This film from Rebecca Richman Cohen is a mostly dutiful documentary that drifts dangerously close to earnestness. It tells a sad, rage-provoking story about the 2010 campaign to repeal Montana’s legalization of medical marijuana. (And the “Godfather” juxtaposition betwee
  5. http://www.alternet.org/how-high-too-high-drive?akid=10071.142144.5-VN0P&rd=1&src=newsletter796030&t=9 On the evening of February 23, 2010, Rodney Koon was pulled over for doing 83 in a 55 zone outside Traverse City, Michigan. The deputy who stopped Koon noticed that the inside of his Toyota RAV4 smelled funny, and the middle-aged carpenter admitted that he'd taken a few hits of marijuana six hours earlier. As a pipe-carrying medical-marijuana user (for a hernia and rheumatoid arthritis), Koon thought that the law was on his side. The cop thought otherwise and took him in
  6. will listen for sure, as usual........Just in the morning...on way to bed....night. I never miss the the show. Totally fav. keep up the good works. thanks.
  7. The zmodo is wired....it can tricky to install cause of the wires. I like it cause there are no batteries. The system is fine for me. Mine came with a hard drive and 4 non-zoomable cameras. 199.00. Dogs would probably be better, but much more expensive.
  8. Its been a tough year. We made it!!!!!!
  9. No pickled herring for me....just pickled. happy new year!
  10. I am liking the compassion chronicles, however. And a dispensary guide would appear helpful for patients.
  11. Don't really know what's legal anymore....and it doesn't seem to matter anyhow ----as it seem that the police can arbitrarily arrest and take you to court no matter the law.....I want to avoid police encounters cause its hard to know what'll happen. I would not open a dispensary in that kind of environment, whether arguably legal or not. And all that nonsense about what is a locked and enclosed facility and who can have access.....too many rules that don't make sense purported by creepy judges and prosecutors
  12. Seems like the dispensaries are safe for patients.....not too sure about the proprietors or workers, excepting possibly in cities like Ann Arbor and Yipsi. have been great assets to me for seeds and clones......liked the farmers market too..... that said....I am hoping things legally settle down a bit......retiring for awhile.....even as a patient. Looking for a break thru at the federal level with scheduling and/or clarifying legislation My nerves can't even handle being a patient/farmer anymore.....too many rules
  13. I put in a zmodo system.....works great considering how inexpensive it is....think you'd have to spend thousands more to just get a marginally better system. http://www.amazon.com/Zmodo-PKD-DK4216-500GB-Internet-Accessible-4-Channel/dp/B005FM8UL4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1357050701&sr=8-1&keywords=zmodo
  14. What do you think the courts will ultimately do? do you think they will be literal with the words or take into consideration the context?
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