Sunday, September 16, 2012

MARIJUANA - Even White Girls Smoke Kush

MARIJUANA -
Even White Girls Smoke Kush

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Marijuana in the Summertime (Outdoor)

Some of us are forced to harvest our outdoor marijuana crops early during the summer season. Wether it be due to pest infestation or simply the climate settings.
Feel free to share your issues and I will be certain to address them in the order received.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Getting the best from your outdoor Ganja this season

Well it's that time of year again. For those of us who love the challenge of growing marijuana outdoors, we've already gotten started. Well at least we should be ready to go as soon as the weather permits. This post is meant to encourage comments from the reader, so please feel free to do so. What does one do to deal with pests when growing outdoor ganja? I like to take the organic route when it comes to this but always open for any new suggestions.
How many times would you consider transplanting your marijuana plants? I try to keep it under three, however, I've had to go four on a few occasions when dealing with certain sativas.
Well it's that time of year again. For those of us who love the challenge of growing marijuana outdoors, we've already gotten started. Well at least we should be ready to go as soon as the weather permits. This post is meant to encourage comments from the reader, so please feel free to do so. What does one do to deal with pests when growing outdoor ganja? I like to take the organic route when it comes to this but always open for any new suggestions.
How many times would you consider transplanting your marijuana plants? I try to keep it under three, however, I've had to go four on a few occasions when dealing with certain sativas.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Medical Marijuana Indoor Product


Many marijuana smokers attempt to grow marijuana for the first time and, usually find themselves disappointed with the outcome.  They are expecting to harvest something similar to what is pictured above without having any experience on how to grow marijuana indoor properly.  One must understand that in order to produce premium, pristine marijuana flowers there are some impeccable factors that must be taken into consideration.
      
     1)   Lighting schedule - Remember That Marijuana Plants Will Begin To Flower Once They Are Placed                                  On A 12 Hour Lighting Schedule.  This Means, 12 Hours Of Light And 12 Hours Of Dark Uninterrupted.
In Order To Keep The Marijuana  Plant in It's Vegetative Stage Try Using A Schedule Consisting Of 18 Hours Of Light And 6 Hours Of Dark.

     2)  Proper PH Level - A Very Common Mistake When It Comes To Indoor Marijuana Gardens Is Maintaining the Proper PH Level.  
Without The Proper PH Level, The Marijuana Plant Is Unable To Absorb The Necessary Nutrition To Reach Their Potential.
Be Sure That You Keep Your PH Levels Between 5.6 and 5.9

     3)  Proper Flushing - Marijuana Must Be Properly Flushed.  No One Wants To Taste All Of The
Different Nutrients And Fertilizers That Were Used To Grow The Marijuana.  
Therefore, We Must Take The Time To Flush Or Leach Out These Elements In Order To Preserve The Natural Flavor Of the Marijuana Flower.
I Personally Would Flush My Marijuana Plants Anywhere From 2 To 4 Weeks 
Before Harvest.  I Use Distilled Water As It Has No Trace Elements.

     4)  Proper Curing - Marijuana Can Come In A Variety Of Flavors, But How?
Many Novice Marijuana Growers Have A Hard Time Practicing This Method Properly.  While It Would Be Great, We Can't Simply Cut, Dry, And Smoke.
In Order To Let Your Marijuana Reach It's Full Potential, Patience Is The Key.
                                         

Good Luck With Your Growing Ventures...
                                                                     A.J. Silva

Sunday, January 8, 2012

The Great Push To Legalize in 2012





 


Full legalization for marijuana in California was voted down in November 2010. But it was close enough to give pot backers hope for another try.
And that try is officially coming in 2012, at least by all appearances. The Coalition for Cannabis Policy Reform 2012 formed a committee to explore a fresh run for legalization.


While Coalition for Cannabis Policy Reform 2012 contains some of the same folks who were behind last year's failed attempt, Dale Gieringer, California NORML's state coordinator, says if a ballot measure will happen in 2012, it will be carried by CCPR.

"That coalition is very serious about doing an initiative," he tells the Weekly. "They're going to do some public opinion research. I'm aware of half dozen initiatives that have been proposed. I don't know of any that would have serious funding other than this one."
Gieringer notes that billionaire George Soros backed Prop. 19 and would likely get behind this effort.
However, cannabis entrepreneur Richard Lee, who spearheaded Prop. 19 almost as a one-man show -- an element of the campaign that might have hurt legalization efforts -- "has moved himself to the background on this," Gieringer says.
"There's more confidence that whatever emerges is more likely to be from the marijuana community than there was with Prop. 19," he said.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Police Raid Indoor Gardens ALL the Time



Indoor Marijuana Raids - Such as the one depicted above seem to happen all of the time.  When will law enforcement finally open their eyes and come to accept the fact that MARIJUANA IS MEDICINE ???





Tuesday, December 13, 2011

A Strong Passion For Curing Cancer With Cannabis


Cannabis Indoor
Marijuana Indoor