This one was the highest of the yielders and came in third in buzz with the plants that were killed off. Not a
distant third just third. The plant matured in approximately 8 weeks. This ma actually has production potential
based on what has been seen so far.
This baby was the lowest of the yielders but came in a strong second in buzz. It also finished in
approximately 8 weeks.
This was the rebel of the bunch. Difference in growth weren’t that noticeable during veg but this plant
showed its colors during flowering. The others had bud formation up and down the stem while this one grew
chunky buds at every node. This made for a longer manicure but it was worth it since this plant has the best
buzz at this time by a noticeable margin. It’s probably the best weed in the stable right now even while still a
pup. This was an 8 to 9 week baby. It’s at the very least good enough for a head to head with the current
champs Top 44 and NxS right now. cussions, see Peter L. Berger, Invitation to Sociology (Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday,
1963), Berger and Luckmann, The Social Construction of Reality (Garden City, N. Y.:
Doubleday, 1966); Berger, The Sacred Canopy (Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1967);
Herbert Marcuse, One-Dimensional Man (Boston: Beacon, 1964); Ernest Becker, The
Birth and Death of Meaning (New York: Free Press, 1962). (back)
28. Brotman and Suffet, op. cit., p. 10. (back)
29. C. Robert Jennings, "Truman Capote Talks, Talks, Talks," New York, May 13, p.68,
30. Randolfe Wicker, "Odds and Ends," The Marijuana Newsletter 1, No. 2 (March,
1965): 9. (back)
31. Howard Smith, "Scenes," The Village Voice, August 3, 1967. (back)
32. "Stephen Nemo," Letter to the editor, Avant-Garde no. 2 (March 1968): pp. 9-10.
Often the same individuals who report the drug's pacifist-inducing properties will also
relate, with sadness, the fact that it does not always work. A recently returned veteran of
the Vietnam conflict, a confirmed pothead, describes several "head" colleagues in his
company's tank crew: "These guys would start at one end of a village and run over the
roofs all the way down to the other end, and crush every man, woman, child, chicken, cat,
dog, everything. Dead. Then they'd cross the street and go down over the roofs on the
other side.... And when everything stopped moving, they'd take the machine gun.... These
cats are, you know different.... These guys turn on, but they've got war in their hearts."
See Ken Weaver, "Viper Vision Vietnam" (an anonymous interview), The East Village
Other, November 1, 1968, p. 17. (back)
33. Jerry Rubin, "The Yippies Are Going to Chicago, The Realist, September 1968, p.
34. Rubin, "An Emergency Letter to My Brothers and Sisters in the Movement," The
New York Review, February 13, 1969, p. 27. (back)
35. Jerry Rubin, quoted in Peter Schjeldahl, "Thoughts of Chairman Jerry," Avant-
Garde, No. 7 (March 1969): p. 33. (back)
36. The following remarks are based on Prof. J. W. Spellman's talk given at the "New
Worlds" Drug Symposium at the State University of New York at Buffalo, February 28,
1969; Spellman is a Canadian professor of Asian Studies. (back)
37. See, for instance, Sylvan Fox, "Marijuana Still a Mystery to Scientists," The New
York Times, February 2, 1969, pp. 1, 58, for an exploration of the extent of disagreement
and lack of knowledge among scientists concerning marijuana's effects, both long-and
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38. Michael Town, a law student, has argued precisely along these lines: the state must
"show a compelling interest" in the "infringement of the individual's rights" regarding
marijuana possession. The burden of proof as to the drug's dangers rests with the state, and
as yet no adequate defense of the deprivation of liberties has been submitted. See Michael
A. Town, "The California Marijuana Possession S Metabolites Functionalized in the Alicyclic Ring
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190 The Total Synthesis of Cannabinoids
by dehydrochlorination with sodium hydride in THF e a 60% ‘Body Stone’ and a 40%‘Head High’. A Sativa
plant that is crossed slightly with an Indica plant will give a 60%
‘Head High’ and a 40% ‘Body Stone’. The 60/40 ratio is most
common but some breeders can change that ratio. When choosing a
seed, check to see if it is pure or if it has a ratio. Most seed sellers will
have this listed along with their seed type. So when we look at some
strains that are crossbreeds we must understand which species the
plants are leaning towards. Along with the cross you can expect that
the plant will look different. Some Sativa plants may be shorter
because of the Indica breeding in them and some Indica plants may be
taller because of the Sativa breeding in them. This is okay though
because later on we will find that as a grower we have control over
how a plant will look and grow. As a grower we can influence height
and plant features. We can also harvest the plant in such a way that we
can produce a different high type. The later you harvest the plant the
more you will help produce a couch-lock effect. Harvesting just before
peak will induce a cerebral high. If you are working with strains that
are for either cerebral or couch-lock highs then you can harvest early
or later and help produce some of these ‘high type’ properties.
Figure 2.2 - This is a wonderful harvest picture by GIYO.
Hopefully with the knowledge you have been given so far you
are equipped to choose a plant that fits your needs in terms of height,
potency and high type. There is no point trying to grow an 8-foot
Sativa Bush indoors if you do not have the space for it. 2 foot Indica
plants outdoors may not survive if other plants compete with it for
light. As a rule we can always shorten the plants lengths through
pruning, but rarely can we double the plants height if the strain's genes
only allow the strain to grow 2 or 3 feet.
Figure 2.3 - A small grow room by Mr.Zog.
HOWTO GET SEEDS
The best way to get seeds is from a friend who has grown a
type of plant that you enjoyed to smoke. This, by far, is the best way
because, (1) You will get the seeds for free and (2) you know what the
high type will be because you have already tasted it.
The next best way is the Internet. The Internet is full of seedbanks
that wish to sell you seeds, but there are a few problems that you
may encounter. The first problem is that some of these seed-banks will
rip you off. The second is that some of these seed-banks do not ship
worldwide. The third is that some of these seed-banks misrepresent
their stock. The fourth is that seeds can be very expensive. Some seedbanks
sell seeds anywhere between (US Dollars = $, UK Sterling = £)
$80/£70 and $300/£290 for 10 - 16 seeds. There are rip-off artists out
there, but then again some of these seeds are worth the money because
the strain is excellent in vigor and production. So how do we choose
our seed-bank and how do we really know what seeds to pick?
CHOOSING A SEED-BA Perez-Reyes, Int
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E Ohloff, and A Little, Inc as typical. In the open air of the user's habitat, the
recreational model will be found to be more fruitful.
A second model which, in my opinion, yields more mileage than the traditional and
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conventional images of use is the subcultural or life-style conception of the user.
Marijuana use is the product of the same essentially normal values and beliefs of large
groups of people that guide other kinds of everyday activities and choices. Voting for a
political candidate, making a purchase, reading a magazine or newspaper, listening to
music, playing and watching sports—all of these are influenced by the social groups to
which we belong. No one questions the fact that Jews are more likely to vote Democratic
than Protestants, that a heavier proportion of working-class men read the New York Daily
News than read The New York Times while among professional workers, it is the reverse,
that residents of large cities spend proportionally more of their time and money on
"serious" art and music than do residents of more rural areas. These sorts of subcultural
appeals are well-known and entreat our common sense.
But if our attention turns to less common and more condemned activities, we find it
necessary to ignore these broad and essentially normal appeals and to search out
pathological motives. If it is the young to whom marijuana appeals, we must assume that
they are rebelling against authority, or trying to kill their fathers, or escaping from
boredom or reality, or whatever. If it is the urban dweller who is more likely to use
marijuana, we point to an anomic, disintegrating urban society. If it is the affluent, then
we complain about how the affluent are overindulging their young, and intone darkly
about the hazards of affluence.
Different social groups in society have somewhat different marijuana potentials.
Greater or lesser proportions of their ranks are likely to try and use the weed because of
characteristics relating to that group. Patterns of use are not accidental, and they are not
pathological. They emerge out of the social fabric of the values and the circumstances of a
segment of society. They do not typically occur as a result of some dark, unconscious
motive. The subcultural attitudes and values of some groups support such an action as
marijuana use, while those of other groups oppose it. In addition, opportunities for use are
differentially dispersed throughout society. Simply by being around the stuff ecologically,
groups differ in their likelihood of taking it.
Thus, when we say that men are more likely to smoke marijuana than women, it is not
permissible to say that men are more likely to be psychiatrically disturbed than women.
Rather, it makes more sense to say that there is something about the role of men in this
society that is related to marijuana use—a greater emphasis on experimentation,
adventure, masculine daring, a greater infl Metabolites Functionalized in the Alicyclic Ring
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Shayana Cannabis studying this reaction in greater detail, Razdan et aU 9 found (Chart 1
Taste: Distorted by feeding- nothing to write about nothing to bitch about. Good but not great.
Yield 5 has production potential and was kept for that reason. The yield from the others was at least average.
As a whole taking all plants into consideration yield was better than average and there is a possibility of all
getting much better with time and choice of method used to grow em. Good ScrOG potential with this strain.
Comments: The day this is puffed when it’s older will be a great day I’m sure. Also curious to see how the yield
compares to the rest of the stable. If it gets just a tad bit better in the buzz department with age this will be
the new stone champ without doubt. It could be already NL x Shiva is dusting off the belt for transfer." - flick fied their use of drugs, so that such use resulted in
harmless pleasure, increased conviviality, did not lead to violence, could be
regulated, did not lead to addiction, and was much less harmful than the use
of alcohol, which is socially and openly sanctioned in our society.
Parenthetically, we would invite any group of educators, scientists, welfare
workers or police officials to try to meet effectively the well-buttressed
arguments, based on personal experience and observation that our youthful
drug users present in frank, open, and uncowed discussion. In sum, we
learned that youthful drug users are just not interested in abstaining from
This finding—and I encountered it in my own survey—has not only practical but
theoretical interest. Some deviants differ from each other as much as they differ from
conventional society. It must be remembered that deviance and deviant are nonevaluative
terms from our point of view. Society condemns the deviant, but we are only taking note
of society's condemnation, not approving of it—nor disapproving of it. (We may also, as a
person, humanist, civil libertarian, conservative, or anything else, approve or disapprove;
but for the moment, we are merely observing. Unless we know what is happening, we are
not in a position to condemn or praise.) However, many participants in deviant and
criminal acts disapprove of what they do. A child molester, for instance, agrees with
society's judgment of his act as depraved and immoral—so much that he denies having
committed the act for which he was sentenced while condemning other child molesters as
depraved and immoral.40 Thus, an extremely important distinction among various kinds
of deviance and crime has to do with the attitudes of the authors of the prohibited activity
toward its moral rectitude. Marijuana smokers do not look upon themselves as deviants.
Most realize that society at large sees their acts in negative terms. But they do not feel that
what they are doing is wrong. They do not agree with society's judgment.
Many deviant activities generate a mythology that reflects society's condemnation—the
fall from grace motif. As Goffman points out, we find it among inmates of mental
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institutions.41 Prostitutes explain to the customer how she became corrupted, and took
to "the life." I did some interviewing on the Bowery and the same stereotyped themes
emerged. Homosexuals who are uneasy about their status will sometimes relate their
version of the fall from grace. The essential elements include a normal, or even idyllic,
past, an accidental occurrence which, linked with the deviant's fatal flaw, produced the
downfall, along with some superficial genuflections at warning the population at large not
to tread the same path. There is a need to construct rationales for their failure to live up to
society's expectations. These tales are streamlined and sim Hughes, and H
Bhang, which is used in India, is a concoction made with milk and water from
the flowering tops of the plant and is ingested by mouth , 25, 768 (1971) , 6, 493 (1963)
Shayana cannabis -- Saturday, August 27, 2016 6:38:56 AM
ll be better than the street hash you find on the market. Street hash
tends to be made from the less finer skuff material to make more
blocks of hash at a lesser quality. If you smoke homemade hash then
you will probably understand why 90% of street hash is sold at rip-off
prices. Those big ounce chucks you buy probably only contain 10% of
the good stuff, if any at all!
Many countries use most of these techniques to make hash.
You can almost imagine that in order to achieve bulk amounts you will
have to use a lot of skuff in conjunction with a lot of employees or
several drum machines working around the clock.
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Acidity: Acidity is Indicated by a pH value Below 7.
Aerate: Loosening or puncturing the soil to increase water penetration.
Afghani: A short Indica land race strain from Afghanistan. Very
Air layering: A specialized method of cloning a plant which is
accomplished by growing new roots from a branch while the branch is
still connected to the parent plant.
Alkaline: Having a pH value of above 7.
Alternate host: One of two kinds of plants on which a parasitic fungus
must develop to complete its life cycle.
Alternate: To be "located directly across from", or it can apply to
stamens when between the petals.
Annual: Completing one life cycle.
Bactericide: A chemical compound that kills or inhibits bacteria.
Bale: Any package of marijuana weighing over 10 lbs.
Ballast: A transformer used mainly with HID lighting equipment.
Bhang: An Indian and Middle Eastern drink made from cannabis.
Biennial: Completing the life cycle in two growing seasons. Cannabis
is not biennial.
Biological Control: Total or partial destruction of pathogen
populations by other organisms.
Blight: Rapid death of a leaf.
Blotch: A disease characterized by large irregular spots on a leaf.
Blue light: Mercury based light or a Metal Halide light.
Blunt: A joint rolled in a tobacco-leaf wrapper.
Bong: A water-cooled pipe made from glass.
Bonsai: The art of growing carefully trained plants.
Bract: A small leaf or scale-like structure associated with and
subtending an inflorescence or cone.
Bud: Female flower.
Caespitose: Growing in tufts.
Calyx: Outer whorl of flowering parts; collective term for all the sepals
of a flower.
Cambium: The thin membrane located just beneath the bark of a plant.
Canker: A canker is a necrotic often sunken area on a stem, trunk, or
branch of a plant.
Cannabinoids: The psychoactive compound found in cannabis.
Chillum: A small fat pipe made of clay.
Chlorophyll: The green pigment in leaves. When present and healthy
usually dominates all other pigments. It is important in the conversion
of CO2 and H2O into glucose.
Chlorosis: Chlorosis is the yellowing of normally green tissues due to
the destruction of the chlorophyll or the partial failure of the
chlorophyll to develop.
Chronic: A strain of cannabis or a high-quality cannabis weed.
Clasping: Leaf partly or wh
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