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     First Marijuana Hearing Of The New Congress

    No, marijuana is illegal in all 50 states under the federal government.
  2. garyfisher

    Dirt fell apart while tranplanting?

    should be fine. Be sure to bury the root ball a little deeper than it was in previous pot. I try to make the dirt level at least 1-2" higher on the stem each transplant. Tip. Always water them before transplanting so soil is moist and roots will remain entact.
  3. great video. that berenson guy is a making whoopee idiot.
  4. yeah. great way to go about it. Better to have more smaller feedings than less larger ones.
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    2 caregivers share

    unless you're part of the lansing 6.
  6. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3550641/ Click for full text and pdf. Abstract Effect of different photosynthetic photon flux densities (0, 500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 μmol m−2s−1), temperatures (20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 °C) and CO2 concentrations (250, 350, 450, 550, 650 and 750 μmol mol−1) on gas and water vapour exchange characteristics of Cannabis sativa L. were studied to determine the suitable and efficient environmental conditions for its indoor mass cultivation for pharmaceutical uses. The rate of photosynthesis (PN) and water use efficiency (WUE) of Cannabis sativa increased with photosynthetic photon flux densities (PPFD) at the lower temperatures (20–25 °C). At 30 °C, PN and WUE increased only up to 1500 μmol m−2s−1 PPFD and decreased at higher light levels. The maximum rate of photosynthesis (PN max) was observed at 30 °C and under 1500 μmol m−2s−1 PPFD. The rate of transpiration (E) responded positively to increased PPFD and temperature up to the highest levels tested (2000 μmol m−2s−1 and 40 °C). Similar to E, leaf stomatal conductance (gs) also increased with PPFD irrespective of temperature. However, gs increased with temperature up to 30 °C only. Temperature above 30 °C had an adverse effect on gs in this species. Overall, high temperature and high PPFD showed an adverse effect on PN and WUE. A continuous decrease in intercellular CO2 concentration (Ci) and therefore, in the ratio of intercellular CO2 to ambient CO2 concentration (Ci/Ca) was observed with the increase in temperature and PPFD. However, the decrease was less pronounced at light intensities above 1500 μmol m−2s−1. In view of these results, temperature and light optima for photosynthesis was concluded to be at 25–30 °C and ∼1500 μmol m−2s−1 respectively. Furthermore, plants were also exposed to different concentrations of CO2 (250, 350, 450, 550, 650 and 750 μmol mol−1) under optimum PPFD and temperature conditions to assess their photosynthetic response. Rate of photosynthesis, WUE and Ci decreased by 50 %, 53 % and 10 % respectively, and Ci/Ca, E and gs increased by 25 %, 7 % and 3 % respectively when measurements were made at 250 μmol mol-1 as compared to ambient CO2 (350 μmol mol−1) level. Elevated CO2 concentration (750 μmol mol−1) suppressed E and gs ∼ 29% and 42% respectively, and stimulated PN, WUE and Ci by 50 %, 111 % and 115 % respectively as compared to ambient CO2 concentration. The study reveals that this species can be efficiently cultivated in the range of 25 to 30 °C and ∼1500 μmol m−2s−1 PPFD. Furthermore, higher PN, WUE and nearly constant Ci/Ca ratio under elevated CO2 concentrations in C. sativa, reflects its potential for better survival, growth and productivity in drier and CO2 rich environment.
  7. I went to the cannabis club in kalamazoo. Ive never seen the place so busy. Must've been 100 people in there. Joints were being rolled on all surfaced and smoked everywhere. Very nice experience.
  8. http://www.littlegreenhouse.com/accessory/controls.shtml I have a few of these analog ones with the stainless coil that have held up for over 20 years.
  9. garyfisher

    I have extra clones

    Sh1t. I saw a guy selling clones on facebook marketplace yesterday. He has a picture of tomatoes with it but he was definitely selling cannabis clones because I messaged him.
  10. garyfisher

    I have extra clones

    Theres also people selling clones on Instagram using keyword hashtags to bring people in but you need to have somewhat of an established account. check out "thecloneconnection1" and "greatlakesclones3.0" on instagram. You have to put yourself out there and that simply is the opposite of safe.
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    I have extra clones

    a friend of a friend has had decent luck(emphasis on the LUCK) putting ads on craigslist. The posts almost always get flagged within a day but he does find buyers. He has better luck using vague descriptions such as "clones" rather than "marijuana clones" Posting photos usually gets the topic flagged quicker. I'm not saying this is legal or safe but it has worked out for him.
  12. garyfisher

    I have extra clones

    ya thats total bullshlt. I cant believe how many people think this is actually true. edit: The false idea that cops have to tell you they are cops is whats moo poo. not what i quoted.
  13. garyfisher

    Genetics exchange poll

    I'm 3 hours from detroit so everywhere is a haul.
  14. garyfisher

    I have extra clones

    LARA has issued cards with fake names, along with the secretary of state issuing matching drivers licenses to law enforcement to trap caregivers into selling. http://www.rockindlaw.com/police-used-fake-id-cards-to-buy-medical-marijuana/
  15. garyfisher

    Topical Cannabis Oil Recipes

    no I was genuinely interested in your answer. Sorry to have offended you by asking HOW something works.
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