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  1. Maybe you should brush up on your grammar skills before you call someone an idiot. "including but not limited to civil penalty or disciplinary action by a business or occupational or professional licensing board or bureau, for the medical use of marihuana" You are reading this wrong. You need to read it the way grammar rules tell you to: "including but not limited to civil penalty or disciplinary action by a: - business licensing board or bureau, an - occupational licensing board or bureau, or a - professional licensing board or bureau, for the medical use of marihuana"
  2. You are flat out wrong. I am not spreading fear. I am spreading the truth. You are spreading a dangerous and incorrect interpreation of a ruling and applying it incorrectly too. Read it again. Had the prosecution trimmed and dried the plants, the judge would have accepted the evidence. This has nothing to do with a judge thinking that drying plants count or don't count. The evidence was thrown out as bad. Your statement that the case won't go to the COA is further evidence that you don't know what you are talking about. This ruling HAS NO bearing on future cases in an
  3. Yes do be proud of your layperson position but also understand that the case you cited has no relevance to the matter being discussed. The prosecution brought in unprocessed marijuana as evidence that the victim was over his limit. The judge found that the prosecution could have processed the marijuana to make it suitable evidence but since they did not do so, the wet plants could not be used. If you read carefully you will see that had the prosecution dried the MJ, the court likely would have accepted it as evidence and very possibly would have convicted. If anything, this case hints that
  4. The law says "an amount of marihuana that does not exceed 2.5 ounces of usable marihuana, and, if the qualifying patient has not specified that a primary caregiver will be allowed under state law to cultivate marihuana for the qualifying patient, 12 marihuana plants kept in an enclosed, locked facility." If patient A has 12 plants growing and 2.5 oz dry and Patient B has 12 plants growing, two drying, and 2.5 oz dry Does Patient B have more marijuana that Patient A? Yes Does Patient B have and amount of marijuana that exceeds 12 plants and 2.5 oz? Yes.
  5. This isn't the first time you have presented your legal opinion, as a layperson, as fact. This is very dangerous for you to do. Maybe you should confine your advice to cooking.
  6. Why do dispensaries keep lists of customers - encrypted or otherwise? Surely you verify ID each time they visit, right? So what is the need to have that patient in a database somewhere? Why not just accept MM card and photo ID?
  7. I second third and forth this (I have three so I get three votes) http://cgi.ebay.com/TriMeter-pH-PPM-Temp-Hydroponic-Water-Combo-3-1-NEW-/230409528836?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item35a57a6604 I've been using demo units for about a year. They were given to me used. I have sent 2 of them back to the company for service, and both times they fixed and calibrated them for free. (both times the pH probe was bad, I think due to me cracking it) One of the units had a cracked case when I shipped it, and they replaced that too. for free. Even growing in dirt, you'll be glad to know
  8. Remember the testimony of the lead officer in District Court on day 1? He was commenting on what I think was a cloner but what he inferred was a hydro setup of some sort with dead plants in it. He said "It didn't look like it was going too well for him." They knew that day that you were not a "Kingpin" in the drug world. They don't care who they step on.
  9. Weird that the cops pulled over the BUYER and not the SELLER, yet the SELLER saw the traffic stop? Something doesn't add up.
  10. You can do all the reading you want, go to all the compassion clubs, and get advice from 20 different growers and still have a rough time of it. I have had the best success helping new growers who don't do homework...then they do exactly what I tell them to do and don't ruin it by thinking for themselves before they are qualified to do so. There are alot of good growers willing to help, but a huge problem I have seen is people try to apply advice from 12 different growers at the same time. You need to find a grower who puts out meds on a cosistent and reliable basis, and ask that guy to gui
  11. If your pH is 8.5 to begin with, then you have a fair amount of dissolved "stuff" in your water already...likely pushing 300ppm. That "stuff" is probably calcium, so you can add all the CalMag you want, but since the you won't change the ratio of Ca and Mg, you won't solve the problem if, indeed, it is a Mg defficiency. It isn't about giving the plants enough of each, but the proper ratio. There is a GH Micro made for hard water. It has less Ca in it. I think 1% down from 5%. If you run the Lucas formula (8ml GH Micro - the purple stuff - and 16ml of bloom - the pink stuff) using the
  12. I use a similar method with cardboard boxes and get great results even in 20% RH.
  13. Why don't you offer to front the attorney's fees and other costs in exchange for a cut of the loot?
  14. So you are saying that Section 4 plays out like this: Sec. 4. (a) A qualifying patient(transferor) who has been issued and possesses a registry identification card shall not be subject to arrest, prosecution, or penalty in any manner, or denied any right or privilege, including but not limited to civil penalty or disciplinary action by a business or occupational or professional licensing board or bureau, for the medical use of marihuana in accordance with this act, provided that the qualifying patient (transferor) possesses an amount of marihuana that does not exceed 2.5 ounces of usable m
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