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Yolo County seizes $5 million worth of marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Sat, September, 30th 2017 by THCFinder

Yolo County officials say they have confiscated more than $5 million worth of illegally grown marijuana in a case that has similarities to other recent suburban pot busts.

Sheriff’s deputies removed 2,227 plants and 41 harvested pounds of marijuana during a Sept. 19 raid on a property in the 7000 block of Highway 16, the Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

While California voters legalized recreational marijuana use in 2016, local governments restrict how many plants can be owned.

Deputies arrested Guangyang Bao, 60, of Sacramento; Jian Fang, 54, of Sacramento; Sinh Lieu, 52, of Sacramento; Bobby Lieu, 55, of Sacramento; and Paofu Chen, 34, of Queens, New York. They were booked into the Yolo County Jail.

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Students Can Now Major in Weed at Michigan College

Category: News | Posted on Sat, September, 30th 2017 by THCFinder

Michigan has a dynamic cannabis scene. On the one hand, state officials recently threatened to close down a bunch of dispensaries. But on the other hand, Northern Michigan University (NMU) is helping propel legal cannabis forward by offering students a new major: medicinal plant chemistry. In case it wasn’t immediately apparent, that’s another way of saying that students can now major in weed.


A small college in Marquette, Michigan, NMU created the program in response to the growing demand for trained analytical chemists in the burgeoning cannabis industry.

According to CBS Detroit, this is the first degree of its kind at a four-year undergraduate college. NMU hopes to become a major pipeline for the legal weed industry, which now employs between 165,000 and 230,000 Americans and is expected to reach to 300,000 by 2020.

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What strain are you smoking on today?

Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, September, 29th 2017 by THCFinder


77 Percent of California Clones Contaminated by Pesticides

Category: News | Posted on Fri, September, 29th 2017 by THCFinder

After an extensive study by the California-based cannabis testing lab Steep Hill, researchers have determined that most have of the state’s ubiquitous pesticide problem is due to the process of cloning plants. This comes on the heels of a report from last October which estimated about 84 percent of California-grown weed was not “fit for human consumption.”


Traditionally, there are several different ways a plant becomes contaminated by pesticides. The report cites the following most common causes:

  • Knowingly use inputs that contain pesticides (such application may be known to some in the operation, but not others),
  • Knowingly use a product whose pesticide content was unknown to them (lack of education, lack of proper labeling),
  •  Grow in locations that are subject to pesticide “drift” from the application by a neighbor (wind, water, soil, insects, animals).

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Kelsey Cook - Weed

Category: Videos | Posted on Fri, September, 29th 2017 by THCFinder



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