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Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, February, 13th 2013 by THCFinder
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Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, February, 13th 2013 by THCFinder
Grand Rapids to proceed with marijuana decriminalization
Category: News | Posted on Wed, February, 13th 2013 by THCFinder
GRAND RAPIDS, MI - The city manager plans to authorize decriminalization of marijuana possession and use “very soon.”
Grand Rapids administrators said they are preparing a news release to specify a date for implementation of the voter-approved decriminalization, which is being challenged in court by the Kent County prosecutor. Kent Circuit Judge Paul Sullivan last month lifted a temporary injunction on decriminalization while Prosecutor Bill Forsyth’s case plays out.
Though the city now can implement decriminalization, it has not yet done so.
“I believe we will very soon do that,” City Manager Greg Sundstrom said. “I want to make sure our (police) department is ready. I want to make sure our courts are in alignment. This is nothing to be taken lightly.”
Read more: http://www.mlive.com
NASA Smarts Help Coloradans Grow Better Marijuana
Category: News | Posted on Tue, February, 12th 2013 by THCFinder
A pretty surprising thing happened during the 2012 general election. No, it wasn’t the re-election of Barack Obama. In case you didn’t notice in all the political hoopla, the citizens of two states, Colorado and Washington, voted to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. We’re not talking about legal gray areas like using weed for medical purposes. We’re talking regulation of marijuana like alcohol–anyone 21 and over is welcome to use, possess, and perhaps most importantly, grow.
Of course, with federal laws concerning marijuana unchanged, some would-be growers find themselves in an awkward spot. That’s where former NASA scientist Dale Chamberlain hopes to help. With most hydroponic suppliers unwilling to take a risk by educating their customers about how to grow marijuana, the Loveland, Colo., resident decided to put his years of research with NASA and other high-tech plant growth chambers to work helping growers produce a superior product.
The former NASA employee recently established the High Altitude School of Hydroponics, or HASH. “The dazzling array of Hydroponic types and requirements can be overwhelming,” states the school’s website. “Mistakes are costly. Pests and diseases are all around waiting to eat what’s yours. Problems can cause fires, water damage, destroy crops or after a long wait – an inferior harvest not worth the time.” Since Coloradans can’t turn to their local agricultural extension office for this advice (they’re still too worried about the Feds) it’s time for private citizens to pick up the slack, says Chamberlain.
Read more: http://www.earthtechling.com
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