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Blue Power Wax

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Tue, April, 8th 2014 by THCFinder

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Woman complains to police about marijuana quality

Category: News | Posted on Tue, April, 8th 2014 by THCFinder
idiot-lady-calls-police-about-bad-cannabisUFKIN, Texas (AP) — Police in East Texas have arrested a woman after she called them to complain about the quality of the marijuana she had purchased from a dealer.
 
Lufkin police Sgt. David Casper said Monday that an officer went to the home of 37-year-old Evelyn Hamilton to hear her complaint that the dealer refused to return her money after she objected that the drug was substandard.
 
Casper says she pulled the small amount of marijuana from her bra when the officer asked if she still had it.
 
She was arrested Friday on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
 
Hamilton said Monday that she spent $40 on "seeds and residue." She says she called police when she got no satisfaction from the dealer's family.
 

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Got Bud?

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, April, 8th 2014 by THCFinder

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How To Get Your Marijuana Clones To Root Faster

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, April, 8th 2014 by THCFinder
rooting-clones-fasterMarijuana cuttings will naturally root rather quickly if they are kept in perfect conditions and are prepared correctly. They don’t have any roots, so their ability to get and maintain water is limited. In order to avoid a water shortage (a cause of wilting and, ultimately, death), you need to trim your plants well. The cuttings need to be 3 to 5 inches tall, and you should remove all leaves except for those in the crown. Those leaves should be trimmed to 1 or 1.5 inches in diameter.
 
Keeping both the roots and tops at a temperature of 72 to 74*F is ideal. That along with high humidity, moist rooting medium, and moderate light intensity that’s high in the blue spectrum will encourage faster root growth. To begin, trim the cuttings. You may have heard that you can’t cut them with scissors or that they must be cut underwater, but that’s not true; you can use scissors.
 
Then, line up according to their crowns in groups of 10, and then cut the ends of the stems so that everything is equal in height. Dip them in a rooting solution or gel and then quickly place them in a sterile planting medium in 1.5- to 2-inch square pots or 1.5-inch square Oasis or rockwool cubes. Download my free marijuana grow bible for tips about making marijuana clones.
 
Keep the marijuana cuttings in a tray and ensure moisture with a clear plastic top. If the surface of the shelf is cold, you can insulate the tray with a Styrofoam sheet so that the temperature of the medium remains consistent with the surrounding air. If the temperature of the air itself is low, you may need to use a horticultural heating mat. When three days have passed, remove the top and irrigate the plants with a watering can.
 
Add hydrogen peroxide at a strength of 0.5%. The first watering should be unfertilized, but the second and third waterings need to have a flowering formula like 15-30-15 or 5-8-3 or something else that has a high phosphorous concentration (the middle number indicates the percentage of phosphorous) at 0.25-strength or a concentration of 400 parts per million (ppm). After that, start using a vegetative formula like 18-18-21 or 16-16-16 at normal strength.
 
Keep the garden lit up with 5,000 Kelvin fluorescent tubes like the GE Chroma or something similar. Keep about one tube per foot of width (e.g. a cloning space sized at 1′ x 4′ would be illuminated by a single 4-foot tube). If you’re using compact fluorescents, use only one 13-watt lamp per square foot.
 
After about 7 to 10 days, the roots should start showing. At that point, you should increase the concentration of the vegetative formula to 800 ppm. If you want to wait to plant the marijuana clones, keep the lights at 10 watts per square foot. Usually, the plants will grow slowly, but, to increase their rate of growth, you should add more lighting tubes (around two tubes per foot of width). After doing this for week, you should have plants with vigorous new vegetative growth.
 

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Cherry Pie OG (Indica)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, April, 8th 2014 by THCFinder

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Cherry Pie OG - Indica

Cherry Pies parents are Grand Daddy Purple and OG Kush. With buds that are dense and full or orange hairs and a touch of purple, the scent of this strain smells of sweet and sour cherry pie. The high has been known to come on in minutes and stick around for a couple hours. Great for stress, pain relief and depression.


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Retail marijuana sales in Washington face regulatory delays

Category: News | Posted on Tue, April, 8th 2014 by THCFinder
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SEATTLE — Drive down virtually any thoroughfare in Seattle and you are likely to pass several medical marijuana dispensaries. On Rainier Avenue, in southeast Seattle, the Northwest Cannabis Market sits between a fish store and an Italian bakery. A mile or so down the road, another dispensary occupies an old drive-in burger stand. There are about half as many medical marijuana dispensaries in Seattle — about 200 — as Starbucks locations.
 
But unlike in Colorado, where retail sales of marijuana for recreational uses began on New Year’s Day, a year after voters passed a ballot initiative legalizing the drug, Washington state regulators have taken months to craft new rules, and to comb through the thousands of applications for growing and retail licenses. More than 16 months after voters approved legalization, anyone hoping to score some dope in Seattle still has to have a medical prescription.
 
The state Liquor Control Board, tasked with overseeing marijuana sales, estimates the first of what will ultimately be 334 stores that receive licenses will be open by July.
 
The delay is a product of ambiguously-worded 15-year-old legislation and strict structures in which marijuana growers will have to operate; it has served to heighten pre-existing tensions between the state’s thriving medical marijuana industry and retail sellers eager to turn a profit. And the delay is costing businesses eager to begin selling, and the state hungry for tax revenue, millions of dollars.
 
“There’s people that are spending money and taking risk” to set up retail stores, said John Davis, CEO of the Northwest Patient Resource Center, a Seattle dispensary. “The Liquor Control Board being all over the place, this could very easily turn into a lawsuit.”
 
Part of the blame for the delay rests with the authors of a 1998 ballot initiative that legalized marijuana for medical use. That law allowed patients to possess up to a 60-day supply of marijuana, though what constituted a 60-day supply was never defined. The state legislature passed a bill that would have imposed regulations on the medical marijuana industry in 2011, but then-Gov. Christine Gregoire (D), worried that those regulations would put state officials at risk of arrest by federal agents, vetoed it.
 

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