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Tags: anti-legalization, cannabis prohibition, Doe Maar, genetically engineered, indica, Legalisation, marijuana, misconceptions, skunk, society, softdrugs, the Netherlands, UK, weed
Categories : cannabis lies, Society and Cannabis
With this post we want to clarify some of the misconceptions that a lot of people seem to have on skunk.
Firstly, let us point out that Skunk is nothing more then a name for (mostly indica) potent weed. It is NOT some genetically engineered super dangerous new type of weed. (special announcement for the media; did you guys notice the word NOT? )
For your information, the Dutch ska band “Doe maar” made an album called skunk back in 1981! So the term has been around for a while. However, even if it was a new kind of weed.. Will this new super potent weed be somehow more dangerous than the weed smoked 20 years ago? So what if weed is more potent? This only means that you have to smoke less of it.. Isn’t that supposed to be a good thing? And what about hash? Shouldn’t this be even more dangerous? Even in the seventies people smoked hash which is a lot more potent than any skunk you can buy nowadays.
The third argument that the anti-legalization lobby likes to use is that skunk/cannabis use somehow causes schizophrenia? Let’s pretend for a moment that this is proven to be true ( scientists still seem to disagree ) isn’t that all the more reason to have a legal and regulated market for it? What is the worst that can happen? In the Netherlands adults are allowed to buy small amounts of weed and this has worked just fine for the last 20-odd years.
Just to compare the two systems.. 9.7 percent of youngsters (15-24) use cannabis at least once a month in the Netherlands, compared to 15.8 percent in the UK. ( source )
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Tags: America, California, cannabis, cannabis club, dank, dope, economy, grass, indica, kush, legalize, Measure F, Medicinal cannabis, medicinal marijuana, Oakland, Oaksterdam, sativa, skunk, tax, weed
Categories : Cannabis News, medicinal, Society and Cannabis
The city of Oakland became the first place in America to impose a tax on the sale of medicinal marijuana this week in what has been seen as a huge step on the path towards marijuana’s eventual decriminalization. Famed for its liberal stance on the subject, Oakland (fondly dubbed Oaksterdam by the cannabis community) city council backed the move by unanimously voting through a proposition to allow voters a chance to have their say on Measure F.
Proposed by the city’s 4 “cannabis clubs” themselves as a way of contributing towards the local economy, Measure F imposes a tax of 1.8% on the sale of medical marijuana – $18 on every $1000 sold. “It is important because the city of Oakland is facing a massive deficit like many jurisdictions in California,” says Steve DeAngelo, a leader of one of the city’s cannabis clubs.. “And we decided to step up to the plate and make a contribution to the city in a time of need.” Measure F was passed into state law last Tuesday with 80% of voters backing the proposal in a special postal ballot.
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Tags: Cannabis Seed Companies, cannabis seeds under 25 euro, cheap cannabis seeds, easy to grow, fast growing, indica, lowbudget quality strains, marijuana, quality, sativa, top 5
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For the growers among you with a limited budget we have composed a top 5 of cheap marijuana seeds under 25 Euro per 10 seeds. When we say cheap we are obviously talking about the price and not the quality of the seeds. ;)
If you are planning to order some marijuana seeds online and want a good balance between price and quality have a look at the following strains:
- White Skunk (16 Euro) Good Strain for a first time grower.
- Double Gum (19 Euro) Strong plants with a very distinct smell.
- The Pure (20 Euro) High yielding Indica/Sativa mix.
Note: Look out for any dodgy websites selling cheap seeds. To be sure you get what you ordered and good quality it is always best to buy directly from one of the big brands.
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Tags: cannabis, flowering, gender, Growing, How to, indica, marijuana, sativa, sex determination, Tutorials
Categories : general growing info, How to
The number of light-hours a cannabis plant receives in each 24-hour cycle is the chief determinant of whether that plant is in its growing or flowering phase.
Plants that receive 18 hours or more of light in each 24-hour cycle are in their growing or vegetative phase and in nearly all cases will remain in this state until the number of light-hours drops. They gain height quite rapidly. Vegetating plants will often display pre-sexing spurs at their internodes, but will very rarely show their gender. Their foliage is generally a lighter green than that of flowering plants. How long vegetation continues depends on the grower, the growing area, the variety being grown or the natural light cycle. There is no set length of time for the vegetative period.
Cannabis plants that receive 12 hours of light and 12 hours of UNINTERRUPTED darkness per 24-hour cycle for a period of two weeks or more will enter their flowering phase. Flowering Indica varieties will slow their upward growth in favour of producing female or male flowers. Sativa varieties will often continue their upward growth while producing flowers. Flowering plants (especially Indicas) often turn a darker green as they mature. The flowering period for each variety of cannabis is a set length of time, usually between 6 and 12 weeks.