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  1. Kentucky’s House Judiciary Committee have temporarily shelved a bill that would legalize and regulate medical marijuana statewide, while giving cities and counties discretion over whether to allow it. Historically opposed to any type of cannabis legislation, Kentucky is now considering legalizing access to marijuana for medical purposes. This month, Kentucky’s House Judiciary Committee heard three-straight days of testimony related to House Bill 166, a bipartisan measure that would strictly regulate and license use of medical marijuana for patients with particular qualifying conditions. Yesterday, the committee shelved the bill with a 14-4 vote, putting off consideration of the measure for now. Supporters, however, have pledged to continue their fight. “House Bill 166 is not about a party,” said Jaime Montalvo, president of the group Kentuckians for Medicinal Marijuana. “It’s not about having fun. This is about sick patients, qualifying patients, having safe access to a plant created by our Creator.” The bill’s lead sponsor, State Rep. John Sims, Jr., said he doesn’t expect the proposal will be revisited in this year’s legislative session, but “anything is possible.”
  2. NPK ratings

    Thanks for the info
  3. Strain Review of 707 Headband

    Classification: Indica-dominant Parents: NYC Diesel x OG Kush x Master Kush Growing Environment: Indoor/outdoor Garden Skills: Intermediate Flowering Time: 9 - 11 weeks Yield: Moderate to heavy Medical Uses: Pain relief, anxiety, depression, inflammation, nausea, muscle spasms Breeder: The Breeder's Lab 707 Headband was developed in the Bay Area of California and has proved itself to be a highly potent and flavorful strain of weed. It's a cross of NYC Diesel x OG Kush x Master Kush and was bred by The Breeder's Lab. The buds are round and fairly dense, with loads of sticky trichromes. Most who cultivate 707 Headband will find an often heavy yield of highly potent and flavorful buds. These ladies love organic soil, but will thrive in nearly any medium and flower for 9 to 11 weeks indoors. She�s not a particularly hard strain to grow, but she is somewhat picky on amounts of nutrients, so most gardeners have to play with that until they figure out her preferred amount. 707 Headband offers excellent flavors of citrus, earth, dank and fuel, leaving the patient in a pleasantly relaxing state of being. The high lasts over an hour and most who smoke this bud will gladly come back for more at $55 an eighth.
  4. Crowded and too tall

    I'm just left speechless
  5. Hello guys, I want to introduce a strain of what we all love getting engrossed in. Take a look below: Classification: Indica-dominant Parents: Skywalker OG x Rare Dankness #1 Growing Environment: Indoor/Outdoor Garden Skills: Intermediate Flowering Time: 7 - 9 weeks Height: Medium Yield: Moderate to Heavy Medical Uses: Pain relief, insomnia, chemotherapy, Crohn's Disease, Tourette's syndrome Breeder: Rare Dankness Seeds The buds from 501st OG have almost every color of the rainbow in them. These beautiful nugs include shades of purple, green, blue, orange, white, gray and red. They mostly appear white, due to the immense layering of frosty and sticky trichomes. Seriously, these buds are caked with potent little trichomes. They also have a moderate amount of purple on them, with even more once you break the buds open. The aroma is of deep Kush, hash and grapes with an identical flavor. Needless to say, 501st OG is a connoisseur-grade strain with excellent bag and smoke appeal. A great nighttime medication, it will provide soothing yet powerful effects that are great as a sleep aid, pain reliever and more. This bud will flower anywhere from 7 to 9 weeks and can produce up to a quarter-pound per plant when grown outdoors or in a greenhouse, making it a heavy yielder. Don't hesitate to feed these ladies plenty of nutrients, as they only require a long flush before harvest and are not sensitive to nute burn. Anyone who considers themselves a lover of fine indica bud should consider adding 501st OG to their garden.
  6. Free Pot Books etc.

    Great download spot
  7. Helix TCS, Inc. (OTCQB: HLIX) has signed a merger agreement with Bio-Tech Medical Software, Inc. dba BioTrackTHC. The combined company will trade under the Helix stock symbol, HLIX, on the OTC QB. Both firms will continue to operate independently, but will rationalize common business functions. Patrick Vo will continue as CEO of BioTrack, and Zachary L. Venegas will continue as the CEO of Helix, with the additional duty as the board Executive Chairman. “After a very lengthy and competitive process, we have agreed terms with the company and major shareholders, and have signed a definitive agreement, creating the largest ancillary cannabis company in the industry. The combined firm will offer industry-leading services to clients, improving their ability to serve their customers while increasing efficiency and profitability,” stated Mr. Venegas. Since its founding in 2015, Helix continues to progress towards becoming a market leader in the legal cannabis industry, operating in the security, transportation, and compliance sectors. In 2016, it acquired Cannabase, the industry’s oldest electronic wholesale marketplace. Venegas further added: “The synergies between Cannabase and BioTrack are significant, and we will use them as a starting point for an industry defining platform. The combined firm’s increased scope, linked with our focus on execution, will continue to set the standard for M&A in the industry”. As one of the largest software providers in the legal cannabis industry, BioTrackTHC has secured nine (9) government contracts for its government seed-to-sale traceability software and provides commercial inventory management and point-of-sale solutions to over 2,200 licensed cannabis operations across 29 states and 5 countries. “We are confident that this merger will enable the combined companies to accelerate growth and thereby enhance the value of our products and services to the customers who rely on us,” said Patrick Vo, President and CEO of BioTrackTHC. “With the continued expansion and maturation of the cannabis industry, we are in an ideal position to rapidly adapt with the evolving needs of our clients.”
  8. Grow wizzard's 2010 outdoor

    Buzzing and bubbling in the yard ....
  9. Type: Indica/Sativa Yield: Heavy Flowering Time Required: between 49 and 70 days; Cross: Unknown Afghan Lineage Bred by: Unknown Albert Walker marijuana is a strain that not much is known about. However, she has been around for years and continues to create demand amongst good-toking medicinal cannabis patients everywhere. Because no breeder has credit for her, perhaps none feel the responsibility to stabilize her. As she is, taking anywhere between 7 and 10 weeks to mature, she displays phenotypic differences that make her difficult to grow with consistent, projectable results. f you are a medical marijuana patient searching for medicine that relieves bodily pains while simultaneously exciting the mind, then definitely toke a sample of Albert Walker cannabis. She is a well-meshed blend of the best of both worlds. She thrives indoors under quality lighting and with organic nutrients. She's a hearty grower and will yield heavily for you. You just have to do a little extra work to sort out the phenotypes that you may find less desirable. Cull them away and attempt to keep your canopy even with ladies of the same Albert Walker marijuana strain phenotype.
  10. Would like to know what makes it the ''world's greatest......"
  11. Current Strain Guide from Colorado

    Correct guys in here....just having fun
  12. Almost three weeks after the head of California's Bureau of Cannabis Control told operators of a popular website to stop "engaging in activity that violates state cannabis laws," Weedmaps continues to advertise unlicensed cannabis retailers. Hundreds of dispensaries and delivery services advertise on Weedmaps in California, far more than the number of companies licensed by the Bureau of Cannabis Control. I think that dispensaries should be mapped adequately for us users to have a hassle-free time locating them in the hood.
  13. The number 420, of course, was chosen because modern marijuana smokers use the term not just as a way to refer to pot, but as a way of declaring that they are users of the drug at all. That's all very well and good, but how did the number 420 become significant in drug culture in the first place? I need more insights if you know the story