rev_ER_smoking_weed_w_the_pres
Oct
4

SPECIAL NOTICE

SPECIAL NOTICE (Applies Only in Non-Legal or Non-Medical States) I have noticed that the DEA has not been able to keep the seizures at 10% of estimated production and imports. Out of concern for the DEA agents’ morale I have started a special citizens group to aid them in their efforts. The Special Alternative Forces […]

YIPPIE
Sep
30

THE HIPPIES WON

In 1968 a study concluded that most Americans thought that personal happiness was more important than a successful career. This report sent a shudder through corporate America. This was a first-time event that portended future conflict between industry and the public. The capitalist ideologues started funding various right-wing think tanks to figure out how to […]

powderymildew -MJ
Sep
28

POWDERY MILDEW TIME

It’s powdery mildew time. Protect your outdoor harvest from autumn’s fog and showers. Powdery mildew spreads quickly. Don’t wait for it to appear—be pro-active and spray preventatively. An easy solution is right in your refrigerator: milk. As long as your plants are at least two weeks from harvest, a mix of 10 percent milk to […]

Gandhi
Sep
27

THE HUNDRED YEAR STRUGGLE

In 1912 President Wilson campaigned against getting involved in the European War. He won overwhelmingly on a peace ticket and then, before his term was out, declared war on Germany. In 1952 General Dwight Eisenhower campaigned on a platform of ending the Korean War. He won, but then oversaw the build-up of what he called […]

Flag_of_Massachusetts
Sep
11

MEDICAL MARIJUANA COMES TO MASSACHUSETTS

As I look forward to teaching at the Massachusetts Cannabis Knowledge Forum, I can’t help but reflect on the fact that, last November, the people of Massachusetts did a wise and wonderful thing: They approved a medical marijuana law that allows some patients to grow their own plants. On November 6, 2012, 63 percent of […]

canabis
Aug
20

GROW TIP: DUST IN THE BUD

As we all know, fresh-growing marijuana bud is quite sticky. Very often, whether grown outdoors or in, it catches dust, dirt, dander, hair and fur, small insects, and other airborne particles. For that reason, it’s a good idea to filter the air using a HEPA filter indoors and to keep pets and anything else that […]