An entirely different approach, which utilized a Diels-Alder reaction on an
appropriately substituted cinnamic acid derivative(Chart 1 young and the young at heart.
Vegetative Time: For indoors a suggested minimum of two weeks. For outside - germinate May or by the end
of spring. Flowering Time: For indoors a suggested time of 9 weeks. For outside it will be ready early autumn. A
substantial yield will be expected.” – Green House Seed Co. Catalog"
"“El Nino is Haze xSuper Skunkx Brazilianx South Indian. Tastes very earthy with a hint of Haze. Dense, highly
resinous buds, but a low yielder. The high could have and should have been better when you look at the
parents. Tried it at last years Cup, didn't even finish the spliff.” –Geronimo"
"“The strain called ""5 in one"" was my favorite. Very high calyx to leaf ratio. There was hardly any trimming to do
on these awesome buds!!! It was all bud I swear to ya!!! They reached maturity at about 15 inches and each
plant had many medium size nugs. The stems on these babies were strangely thin, so thin that as they were
growing up I thought they were going to suck. I used shiskabob sticks to hold the buds up though and the
closer they were held to the light, the denser and bigger the bud was. The smell was awesome, definitely
something fruity. The taste was great too, actually the first time I can say I actually could feel the different
taste of this awesome strain. These babies yielded almost a Z a piece so needless to say I am happy with
them."" -James Hetfield"
"“Four Way #1 is a hybrid of 4 different strains, 25% Indica, 25% Ruderalis, 25% Northern Light, and 25%
Skunk #1. As a whole the Four Way #1 cross has the Indica appearance. The plants are strong and easy to
grow. Some of the plants give very high yields, so select a clone. The plants have a minimum amount of
leaves and grow well developed buds. A very good smoke in taste and high. Not susceptible to spidermites.” –
Sensi Seed Bank"
"“Developed: inbred 10 plus years Stabilised hybrid Sativa/Indica: California Sativa crossed with Indica
Appearence: big long clusters, green to goldish at harvest Smell/taste: sweet smell
Type high/strength: good taste and strong Height: 3-4m Yield: very high Harvest date (Netherlands natural
photoperiod): begin Sept. 12hr day exposure harvest (# of weeks): 7-9 indoor / greenhouse / outdoor” -
Positronics seedbank catalog"
"“I grew KC 36 from KC Brains, it is a very unstable strain, out of 30 seeds I got 2 good plants, I could discern 3
""varieties"" one has very fluffy Buds and small calyxes, this one you can forget. Another one has extreme big
calyxes but very few. The ""real one"" has big calyxes and extremely big buds and is a very good yielder. One of
the good plants tends to get Bud rot cause of the massive Buds, the other is not so tight. They start to flower
immediately after you turn the lights to 12/12 (about 5 Days). Flowering time app. 50 days. Take care that the
mothers do not start flowering, give them 20 hours light, my most promising plant just started flowering under
16 hrs light. Resin production is
19 has also been developed 24 to produce 50 g lots of 1 of very high
Whatstrainofcannabishasdarkleaveswith58leafletsandsolidthickwhitehairs align="left"> their disposal: informants, undercover agents, and patrol. The most common type of
informant, in spite of frequent police denials, is the "arrestee informant." They cooperate
with the police because they have themselves been arrested and promised lenience if they
supply the names of marijuana violators known to them, usually their own dealers.
more names, and the bigger the names given to the police, the more lenient the police are.
However, since most sellers known to the average marijuana user are probably his friends,
this procedure is likely to bring conflicting pressures to bear on the suspect.
It is not
unknown for the informant to select the names not on the basis of the volume of sales,
which is what the police are interested in, but on the basis of his attitude toward the person
he is about to incriminate. The list of names often reaches down the distribution ladder,
rather than up.
The use of the undercover agent is designed to allow the police to observe a criminal
scene from inside. The agent poses as a user, seller, artist, poet, or student, and takes part
in marijuana use and selling transactions himself.
Often the agent will attempt to purchase
progressively larger amounts from progressively bigger dealers to
Shayana cannabis reach and eradicate the
source, in which case, he will often ignore the petty dealers.
Another procedure is simply to arrest anyone on whom incriminating evidence has been
gathered, as occurred with the Stony Brook arrests of 1968 and 1969. The agent will
frequently use the technique of entrapment—i.
, request a purchase or sale himself, thus
"creating" the crime de novo, although it is illegal. Often, instead of trying to make a case
for selling, an extremely difficult proposition involving solid evidence, the agent will
collect names on whom "probable cause" will be exercised—that is, their premises will be
searched on the presumption that a quantity of marijuana will be found.
Actually, although these two methods, the use of informants and undercover agents, are
dramatic and infamous in marijuana storytelling lore, they result in a small minority of
arrests. A 100-page monograph published in the UCLA Law Review in 1968, based on
1966 data, attempted a complete exploration of marijuana arrests, carrying the cases down
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to their complete post-arrest disposition.10 I will rely heavily on this report, which I will
call the Los Angeles study, in the following exposition.
Much valuable information, not
available anywhere else, is presented in this document. For instance, the Los Angeles
study revealed that very few marijuana arrests are the result of preplanned strategy on the
part of the police. In the sample of arrestees in the study, only 3 percent of the adult
arrestees and 7 percent of the juveniles were the work of undercover agents, while 23
percent and 15 percent of the adult and juvenile arrests, respectively, resu
Sikemeier, Helv , 25, 768 (1971) Presently three such drugs
are being actively pursued in the clinic
They found that (±)-t,1-3,4-cis-THC
(3) was converted to (±)-t,6-3,4-trans-THC (2) on treatment with BBr3 f not, then the breeder will note that the trait is
homozygous (We will call the trait - M). Now it can either be MM or
mm. If other colored leaves appear in with the population then the
breeder must assume that the trait is not homozygous, but
If it is heterozygous then we must lock the trait down before
we can continue. This is done through selective breeding. Let is look
closely at the parents for a moment.
If both parents where MM we would not have seen the
variations in the population for this trait. It is a locked down trait. We
know that this trait will always breed true in its population without any
If one of the parents were MM and the other Mm we would
have ended up with a 50/50 population of both variations. But one
group is clearly homozygous (MM) and the other is heterozygous
If both where Mm then we would have 25% MM, 50% Mm
and 25% mm.
Even though we can see the frequencies we still do not know
if the Pale green leaf trait is Dominant or Recessive, but we can find
this out by performing A Test Cross.
Now we are not going to go through the Test Cross chapter
again but we can show you how to isolate the genotype that you need,
which is either MM or mm because we want to breed that trait true.
We must also keep track of the parent plants being used here.
To keep parent plants alive, clone them! The exact same
genetic material will be passed on from clone to clone.
In this this cross do you see MM offspring and the mm
offspring? Well by their very nature they can not be the same. By
running several Cross Tests we can isolate the plant that is either MM
or mm and break away anyMm from the group. Whether it is MM or
mm, we can still breed the trait true by breeding it with other parents
that are onlyMM or mm respectively. So we may have to do several
test crosses to find a male and female that have either MM or mm for
that trait. Once we have done this we have isolated the genotype and it
will breed true within the same population.
So if we ran a seed-bank company called “PALE GREEN
LEAF ONLY BUT EVERYTHING ELSE IS NOT UNIFORM LTD”
then the seeds that we create will ALL breed PALE GREEN LEAVES
and the customer will be happy. In reality though they want the exact
same plant that won the cannabis cup last year.....or at least something
close to it. So we will have to isolate all the traits that helped that
strain of cannabis to win the cup before people are happy with what
they are buying. I think you get the point.
How many tests it takes to know the genotype is not certain.
You may have to use a wide selection of plants to achieve the goal, but
never the less it is still achievable and much more so than nonselective
breeding in the wild. Each trait must be locked down in a
population, so that the population for that trait is homozygous. The
next step is to lock down other traits in that same population.
Now here is the hard part.
When you are wor , 94,
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On De Cannabis De this basis Uliss et a1
,96, 5860 (1974)
Wilson and E Why is it so hard to get her to turn back to vegetative growth after 12/12? I ask because one female was
"sexed" for maybe 2 weeks and then the lights were turned back to 18 hours on. but she still wants to
flower...she is growing new growth but calyxes are growing with the new growth...and they have resin glands." –
Eric It was with this background that at the time we had indicated
both the structures for cannabicyclol in the absence of definite proof such as now
provided by X-ray STRATEGY IN THE SYNTHESIS OF (_)_~I- AND ~6-THCS AND THEIR
The syntheses under discussion may be divided into two main categories: stereospecific
syntheses and other approaches
of this material proved to be tedious
52, 1102 (1969) The purification
of this material proved to be tedious
cluster boom marijana -- Friday, June 22, 2018 4:37:21 PM
Strategy in the Synthesis of (-)-1:1'- and 1:1 6·THCs and their Metabolites 205
KIN") IPO, op. cit., p. 30. (back)
16. Blum et al., op. cit., p. 66. (back)
17. Louis Harris, "Parents Draw the Line at Drug Use," The Philadelphia Inquirer,
March 4, 1968. (back)
18. Hundreds of articles, books, and studies have discussed and tested these
relationships. See Albert K. Cohen and Harold M. Hodges, "Lower-Blue-Collar-Class
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Characteristics," Social Problems 10 (Spring 1963): 303-334; Melvin L. Kohn, Class and
Conformity (Homewood, III.: Dorsey Press, 1969). See also the relevant papers in Rose
Laub Coser ed., Life Cycle and Achievement in America (New York: Harper Torchbooks,
1969), and Alan L. Grey, ed., Class and Personality in Society (New York: Atherton
Press, 1969). (back)
19. AIPO, op. cit., p. 30. (back)
20. American Institute of Public Opinion, Views of College Students on Drug Taking,"
unpublished manuscript (June 1967), and William J. Bowers, "A Study of Campus
Misconduct," unpublished manuscript (Boston: Northeastern University, The Russell B.
Stearns Study, 1968). (back)
21. Columbia Broadcasting System News, Generations A part: A Study of the
Generation Gap, conducted for CBS by Daniel Yankelovitch, Inc., 1969, p. 18. (back)
22. Bowers, op. cit., table 3. (back)
23. CBS, op. cit., p. 82. The question of whether a "no religion" stance influences one's
political orientation, or vice versa, is not relevant at this point. (back)
24. Blum et al., op. cit., p. 66. (back)
25. Richard Brotman, Irving Silverman, and Frederic Suffet, Some Social Correlates of
Student Drug Use," unpublished manuscript (New York Medical College, Division of
Community Mental Health), p. 13. (back)
26. Blum et al., op. cit., pp. 69-70. (back)
27. CBS, op. cit., p. 62. (back)
28. AIPO, op. cit., pp. 9 12, 21, 23, 24,30. (back)
29. For two Marxian analyses of the role of cannabis in the class struggle, see Allen
Krebs, "Hashish, Avant Garde and Rearguard," Streets I, no. 2 (May-June 1965): 17-22,
and B. W. Sigg, Le Cannabism Chronique, Fruit du Sous-developpement et du
Capitalisme (Marrakesch, 1960-Algiers, 1963). An exposition on the latter work, which is
inaccessible (as is the former) may be found in Blum et al., op. cit., pp. 73-76. For another
article which emphasizes the political apathy-producing effects of marijuana see Hunter
Thompson, "The 'Hashbury' is the Capital of the Hippies," The New York Times
Magazine, May 14, 1967, pp. 29, 123, 124. (back)
30. See L. T. Frey, "Memorandum to All Marine Aircraft Group 11 Personnel,"
excerpts printed in Avant Garde, no. 4 (September 1968): p. lo, and Paul G. Rogers,
"Transcript of Panel Discussion, Drug Abuse Control Amendments of 1965," in
International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association, Sixth Annual Conference Report
(Miami Beach, Fla. September 26-October 1, 1965), pp. 20-21. (back)
31. One of the most comprehensive of the many studies exploring this relationship is
Lee Rainwater, "Some Aspe Sikemeier, G The decarboxylation product of these
naturally occurring consitutents is cannabielsoin (152), which is also the major
product obtained by pyrolysis"? of cannabidiol in air at 70°C Sensiseds dow: This plant at 60 days did not have the advertised heavy resin (only one candidate...maybe not
a good sample). smell was minty sweet. plant is fluffy and leafy. looks like NL. head is 20% body, 80% head.
high is a bit racy, and both I and my co-sampler found it made all the blood drop from the brain when
standing up. tendency to feel faint. Very easy to clone. buds fluffy. Plant is prone to powder mildew on the fan
leaves. Not recommended.” - Splif Lipsit"
"“I'm also growing DP white widow. I have also found the fragrance to be very sweet in a skunky kind of way.
This stuff is stony, but the taste leaves much to be desired. There's not much body to the flavor. I still have 3
mothers and can't decide which one is the keeper. Overall, I'm kind of disappointed in white widow, what with
all the hype about it. I too have not had the good fortune to get buds that are caked with white frosting, but,
hey, I had to see for myself. I, too, have had the problem with the powder mildew (if that is the correct term)
on the leaves when it gets close to harvest. I have had to do lots of manicuring. I currently have more WW
stash that I really want around. It doesn't get smoked.” - potattic"
"“I voted for the WW at the 8th Cann Cup. It was fantastic, Arjan at the awards show said the seed would come
in 2-3 years. I returned and got these seeds from his shop and they are excellent. Out of 5 females, 1 was
short and dense, not very branchy, just over 7 wks. The rest were taller and less side branching, 8+ wks. All
had a consistent heavy crystal, great smell and great stupefying high. I have quite a tolerance to the kind, but
my first harvest of WW was A+++, I had to actually concentrate when driving if I smoked it. The crystals are
profuse and on the big fan leaves. Taste is very good, def. KIND. Taller ones had very slight taste differences.
I assume the taller are dominant to the Sativa side and have the taste influence of it. I kept 4 out of 5 for
mothers. All females where KIND, but I couldn’t keep all so I gave up only one. I intended to keep 1 or 2 but
they are very consistent except for the one Indica dominant plant. I want to have several chances to evaluate
the 3 sativa dom. ones. I suggest this strain (I got mine at the Greenhouse in Amsterdam) to anyone. Great
for personal stash, one of the best tasting strains I ever had and one of the best all around highs, VERY
strong, stupefying yet not sleepy. Should be best crossed with fast, heavy yield Indica for communication
growers.""- Wood Duck."
"""The WW-'s finished pretty tall, at about 15-18 inches and yielded about 21 grams each. They had 2 or 3 nice
stalks that grew tight buds with a spicy smell. I didn’t get that ultimate WW look and the crystals never reached
the fan leaves like some say it does, but while budding the buds were pretty crystally and did spread to most
of the trim leaves. I am having a little trouble drying this strain as it seems to dry unevenly the way Metabolites Functionalized in the Alicyclic Ring
E Ohlsson, and M
ced with many fruits, but because of the strength of the crystals - the
only real taste goes hand in hand with the expectorant effects of the THC. You better try it for yourself. Smell:
A strong pungency first hits you, then follows a sour sweetness with the final whiff ... turning sweet. If a plant
could have a strong body odour then the White Widow needs a deodorant. Visuals: If you have ever seen a
green plant grown in a snowfall then that's it. It has a dense covering of the sort of hairy crystals we all craving
for. Touch: If you manage to touch this plant without sticking to the leaves or stem then you probably did not
grow it properly. It has intense crystal formation that needs to be touched to be believed! Stone: After the first
puff, that daunting warm feeling of impending stoniess comes over you. You feel it just under your eyes and
throughout your body in time. It is a serious heavy highness. Family Heritage: Originally the union came from
a Brazilian and an Indian - Suffice to say the combination is 60: 40 sativa to indica ratio. – Green House Seed
"Vegetative Time: At least 2 to 4 weeks if on Bio. On Hydro it is only recommended to grow it for 2 weeks.
Flowering Time: On both mediums it is suggested to flower (12 hour light) the White Widow for 8 weeks, but 10
weeks will really give you the crystals you are after. We suggest the final 2 weeks of the flowering cycle to turn
the lights off altogether - or at least down to 8 hours. This keeps the flowers from regrowth and stresses the
plant into giving up its last drop of goodness as crystal to protect the flower...try it! Achievements: 1st Place -
BIO - HTCC - Award 1995.” – Green House Seed Co. catalog"
"“The most rewarded variety of recent years in Holland. The plants are white with THC glands, even on big parts
of the fan leaves. A very soft smoke and great high. Very potent.
Specifications: ~ Flower: 8 weeks ~ Harvest: end of Oct.” – Dutch Passion seedbank catalog"
"“It is a serious heavy high. Heritage: Originally the union came from a Brazilian and an Indian. Suffice to say
the combination is 60% Sativa to 40% Indica. The most rewarded variety of recent years in Holland. The plants
are white of THC-glands, even on big parts of the fan leaves. A very soft smoke and great ""High"". Very potent.
1st place winner 8th Cannabis Cup. 1st place winner 8th international Hydroponic Cup. A compact, medium
height, Indica dominated variety with a sweet 'Skunky' high. Incredibly resinous with profuse white, crystallized
flowering heads. Delicious odor and taste.
Flowering period 8-10 weeks for crystals (50-60 days), outside 10-14 weeks.
Height: Height: inside: 60-75 cm, outside 1.50-2.00m
Yield: up to 150 gr.
Harvest time under natural light: End of October.
Appearance: very strong plant with big leaves.” – Sensi Seedbank catalog"
"“This fabled bio probably derives its name from its whitish appearance creat
These therapeutic aspects are being vigorously pursued at present Sathe, and M , 94,
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