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Madman OG - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, March, 10th 2014 by THCFinder

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Being Friends With The Weed Man

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, March, 10th 2014 by THCFinder
being-friends-with-the-weed-manDealing To Friends
 
Those who don't have access to medical cannabis are still forced to buy from a street dealer. A lot of people have pretty good relationships with their weed man, which could be a good or a bad thing. Depending on how you handle things with a friendly weed man, the purchase and sale of marijuana can make or break a friendship. Smoking together after you buy a bag can be great but when some bags turn up short or prices all of a sudden skyrocket, the friendship can be put at risk for sure.
 
It's always hard to deal to friends because in all honesty, you kind of feel bad. Taking their money (providing that you're selling bud to help people out and not just to make a quick buck) makes you feel pretty scummy and when a quality product isn't around, things can get a little hairy. Do you always trust your friends or could they be using you because of your honesty and generosity? It's important to know the difference because as awesome as it is to have a bunch of friends, it's not awesome when they start to steal from you. Even if you don't want to acknowledge that this happens, it does. So if you happen to be the friendly weed (wo)man, just be careful about who you really trust.
 
There have been reports all over forums that friends have actually tried to return a bag if they're not happy with the weed. That's pretty ridiculous when you think about it. Buying bud isn't like buying a shirt and the fact that people even have the backbone to ask to return bud is crazy. They complain about the price for the quality, maybe the bag is slightly off, or perhaps there are too many stems for their liking. For one thing, these people are definitely not your friends, especially if this seems to happen often. One in a great while is acceptable. Sometimes, people mess up. But more then that, chances are your "friend" is trying to rip you off.
 
Just be sure that you know who your friends are. It's important to be smart if you're going to sell bud. Even though people may seem like they're your friend, being close to a weed dealer can provide added benefits like free smoke ups as well as hookups. And if you're the one who's the friend of the weed person, don't rip them off. These people have enough to worry about with you trying to rip them off. Be respectful and remember karma!

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Super Sized Joint fun

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, March, 10th 2014 by THCFinder

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Use Predators To Protect Your Marijuana Garden

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, March, 10th 2014 by THCFinder
predators-to-protect-your-gardenA natural method that makes smart use of biology involves using predators such as ladybugs, praying mantises, or even lacewings. Their qualities of garden protection are widely known, and so it is possible to buy them commercially bred.
 
The breeder should be able to tell you how they can be used most effectively and which insects they will eat. This information is useful once you know what type of insects to expect given your environment. Be aware though, that buying insects won’t work if your marijuana garden is small since there may not be enough food to support them.
 
Larger predators can also be used as means to protect your marijuana garden. If you are planting near a stream, it may be a good idea to encourage frogs, turtles, or lizards to frequent the area by leaving food there occasionally. Birds can also be persuaded to provide support, perhaps by leaving birdseed or even using a bird feeder. Download my free marijuana grow bible for more tips about pest control.
 
Subtlety is probably best because you will want to draw the least amount of attention and suspicion. Casual observers might be drawn to your marijuana planting area if there are swarms of insects, reptiles, or birds in the area. This is one more instance in which respecting the natural environment will help keep your marijuana plants safe, and enable them to grow well.
 
Organic Insecticides
 
Thanks to the organic movement it is easy to find organic insecticides wherever nonorganic insecticides are found. Organic insecticides usually work by mimicking the natural pesticides produced by the plant, only in highly concentrated amounts. Pyrethrum is one of the most powerful and therefore most popular organic insecticides and is effective against a wide range of pests. Read the label carefully and make sure to follow the printed procedures, especially if the substance needs to be water-diluted.
 
The one drawback to organic insecticides is that even these may be indiscriminate killers, harming the insects and mammals that you might already be employing in your garden’s defense. Unless your marijuana plants are truly being decimated, use any pesticide sparingly and with decreasing frequency as the plants mature, preferably stopping after they have left the critical early period of life.
 

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Girls Scout Cookies Weed (Hybrid)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, March, 10th 2014 by THCFinder

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Girl Scout Cookies - Hybrid

If you live in the Bay Area, you've likely heard of Girl Scout Cookies. Whether it's from one of the songs by the famous San Francisco rapper, Berner or actually trying it yourself, Girl Scout Cookies is a can't-miss strain that will medicate you beyond your wildest dreams. A potent mix of an OG Kush x Durban Poison x Cherry Kush mother backcrossed with a prime-looking OG Kush father created possibly one of the best Northern California strains of all time. For those of you who are into the Bay Area rap scene, you%u2019ve likely already smoked some of this off-the-charts weed after hearing some of the songs by San Francisco rapper and collective owner, Berner.


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Northern Jack Strain Review

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, March, 10th 2014 by THCFinder
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The Northern Jack strain is a hybrid cross between northern lights and the Jack Herer strain. It is an incredible looking bud, a deep hue of green with a crazy amount of orange hairs that not only make this bud great to look at but great for photography reasons as well. Not to mention that wherever there is green on these buds, there happens to be a thick sheet of trichomes present as well, giving Northern Jack the title of one of the best looking buds around.
 
With a smell full of citrusy, lemony accents, you would think that this strain would be pretty mellow. However, there is a skunky stench that emits from the bud, letting you know that it's a strong strain and not one to be messed with. If the smell alone doesn't get you, the taste will! This strain is perfectly complimented by your morning cup of coffee. And since it's a pretty even mix of both sativa and indica, you'll be able to go about your day normally and without any signs of pain or uncomfortableness. The taste still holds the fruity undertones and remains as sweet as ever, giving you a smooth hit that is sure to get you perfectly elevated for the day.
 
For the patients that are looking for a good strain to help them with the medical needs, Northern Jack gives just the right amount of healing power with a clear head high that won't leave you stuck on the couch all day... Unless that's where you want to be. You won't lose your motivation and if anything, the strain will increase your creativity as well as your productivity, making it a great wake and bake/sneaky work smoke break kind of strain. Providing a long lasting relief from the aches and pains that patients feel, it's highly recommended that you get some Northern Jack and give it a chance!

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