how your marijana to plant ppm best
"The trick is to not allow too much upward growth- on node 7 or 8, pinch out. Take the bottom 2 branches of.
You should be left with about 6 branches which will rapidly bush out to form a 'goblet' shape. These branches
will, in turn, produce branches growing into centre of plant. These secondary branches should be cut back to
about 3 or 4 nodes on the same day that flowering is started. Durban starts to flower very rapidly- you should
see signs within a week. After about 10- 14 days, pinch main branch-tips of. These will have shot upwards to
form a crown that will now fill out into colas. Final plant should be just over 2 foot from seed or 1.5 foot from
cutting. High is totally unbelievable- its like the first time you got stoned, but better- its clean, spacey,
cerebral and euphoric. Yield is average, nothing a cash-cropper would be impressed about but for personal its
"Mel Frank says that he knows the breeder in California that developed Durban Poison, and that it came from
2 females out of 16 grown from 1 variety out of six that came from South Africa. Only those two plants were
worth a damn. What he doesn't say is that there must have been some other plants in the mix; a male, eh?
He notes that genetics among growers in SA were already all jumbled up from the sources they had to draw
on, so the claims that Durban is a pure sativa have to be taken with a grain of salt." - SCW
"I'm trying some Durban from Aloha out right now in SOG. I've harvested a small test clone from the female
and it was good quality so I have a little sea of her going now.. 4 per foot in organics, mostly castings. She
stretched more than I wanted or expected under the 1K Agrosun MH, I was aiming for 2 foot high at finish but
will probably hit 2.5. You can train and prune and tie her all over but it won't change the node spacing which
makes for the lankiness. Budding them around 6 to 8 inches, or 5 days of veg is about where I'd do it next
time. The yield should be good, not great.. it won't be huge like a good indica, but weight has more to do
with flowering times and amount of resin (how many cycles per year can you get, and resin weighs alot). I
have no idea if these plants are even distant relatives of the seeds you might get." - ~shabang~
"I messed around with Durban in a 24" sog setup, and it just wouldn't work, but I did have one plant that
stayed fairly short, so I cloned it for a mother and put it aside for some months. Recently I switched to scrog,
and thought of the Durban, so I cloned it up and ran 5 of them under the screen in a 2 x 2' space with a 220
HPS conversion bulb. The Durban wanted to run a bit, but that was OK with the screen method. What I have
now is a number of 4-8" flower spikes about the size of large cigars, and there has been no vertical stretching
for a couple of weeks. I think it will mature nicely, which is good, as Durban is our #1 favorite day smoke. A
bit spindly, yes, but I can live with final 2 weeks of this abuse takes its toll on bud production. It's best to keep them well
supported...you'll get a fine yield.
One C99 distinction that helps is the high flower to leaf ratio. When your buds are made up of MOSTLY flowers
and less leaf - that's a BETTER kind of yield."" -Soul"
"“Jack Flash does go a bit long in the flowering, it grows in two types one very Sat/Haze influenced, tall 5'-6' with
huge ""Heads on Sticks"" that dried at over 1 oz. each! there were 5 of them on one lady in a 5 gal pot, she
took about 76 days, but was worth every day. The other type grows very Indica-like, there was one special lady
like this type, that was very fruity with a nice trippy high that gave way to a indica high after the first hour and
the indica-dom. takes about 60 days to flower, also very well worth the wait, several connoisseurs said that it
was amongst the best Indica they had ever smoked, and the taste cured is fantastic. And the strain is very
easy to take care of. It was really nice, and it yields great in both forms. Out of 7-8 different strains grown
Romberry and Jack Flash are definite repeats, as they are both in the Veg closet again. There's really only one
place to get Sensi stock (IMO) but the price is OK considering they give ya 16 beans, in that respect there only
a/b 5$ each. Sorry for the long post but its a favorite and I wanted to give ya my $.02.” - Budm"
“Afoaf has grown and continues to grow Jack Flash, its a great strain, although variable, IMO the variations are
unique and all are quality in there own way. Here's the way the first grow went, 3 ladies were in pots of BCGA's
Super Soil recipe, there were 3 different ladies, one was in a 5 gal pot she was a haze dominated phenotype,
she grew out in a ""heads on stick"" fashion, big huge heads, she was toped once at the 6 node, she grew into 6
big heads, each dried to 20-35 grams she yielded just over 5 oz's, of great tasting wake and bake, uplifting
sativa smoke. Another lady was sort of the runt, she was in a 3 gal pot also pinched at the 6th node, she had
more of a indica phenotype, nice tight colas with red pistils, great smoke very fruity, but yield was bad, at
about 20 grams. The 3rd lady was awesome, also in a 3 gal pot, pinched at the 6th node, she grew the
densest nugs, smelled like lemon, tasted like lemon/hash, and the high was awesome, trippy and thought
provoking, but its best attribute was its wonderful taste, she yielded about 1.5 oz. All said I really like this
strain. The haze influenced lady was crossed with a Posi Big Bud in hopes of bring down its size (5.5') and
flower time 63 days under 80 watts/s.f. of mixed spectrum light.” -Budm"
“This is a really good plant. it finished at 50 days has a lemon taste/ with a peppery aftertaste. High is UP with
no sleepiness. I was afraid that it would be too similar to my Cinderellas due to their background, but the Jack
Flash is very different in taste and high. jack flash is lemo ssociation,
attitudinal shifts generally take place relative to drug use and drug-associated identities.
The more that one smokes, the greater the likelihood that he will see himself as a
marijuana smoker and the higher that drug-connected identities will rank on his "who am
I?" responses. The more that one will look for drug cues in others, the more he will think
of others in drug-associated terms; also the more one will think it necessary that others
with whom he associates smoke. The more that one smokes, the greater the salience that
marijuana has in his life. (The evidence for this assertion is presented in Table 8-3.)
Salience of Marijuana by Amount of Use
Percent saying "yes" to the following questions:
"When you meet a person for the first time, is the fact that he smokes marijuana one of
half-dozen things you think about?"
"Is it preferable that your friends smoke marijuana, or not?"
"Do you think that you would turn on your younger brother or sister, if you had one?"
Daily 81 56 88
3 to 6 times per week 69 53 73
1 or 2 times per week 45 37 65
1 to 4 times monthly 39 33 57
Less than monthly 16 31 41
It is impossible at this point to draw causal arrows. We must rather, think of the
relationship between our variables in dialectical terms. One variable, the amount of
marijuana smoked, influences a person's conception of himself as a smoker which, in turn,
also influences how much he smokes. The simple cause and effect model is inadequate
here. All of the factors form a kind of configuration. The amount a person smokes is
easily quantifiable, but it is itself a partial consequence of other factors. To attempt to
separate a strand does violence to the whole.
Moreover, the more an individual smokes marijuana, the greater is the likelihood that
he will also be involved in drug-related activities which further strengthen his social ties
to the drug-using group. For instance, the more he smokes, the greater the chances of his
having bought and/or sold marijuana. The more he smokes, the greater the need to
purchase marijuana; the more he smokes, the greater is the chance of being able to take
(7 of 24)4/15/2004 1:07:52 AM
The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 8
advantage of the economy in large purchases, and the greater the likelihood of having a
surplus to sell; the more he smokes, the more he associates with others who smoke,
especially heavily, and thus the more centrally located he is in the marijuana distribution
system, and the more knowledge he has about buying and selling.
But the arrows move in both directions. The more he buys and sells, the greater the
number and the intensity of his personal acquaintances in the marijuana network, and the
more reinforced will be his marijuana-related activities, including smoking; the more that
he buys and sells, the more marijuana there will be around— the greate Started with 10 seeds, all 10 germinated and sprouted. Had 6 females and 4 males with this variety all but one
practically identical. They grew and looked like clones from the same Ma and they grew well. No males were
kept after indicating sex, probably a mistake. This variety was a pleasant surprise with yield and especially
buzz, what a buzz.
Of the 6 females 5 of them were just about identical in growth both during veg and flowering. They had leaves
somewhere between the indica dark and sativa light green with midsize width blades. The one loner plant
showed its differences during flowering. While the majority had bud covering most of the stem this one grew
nuggets at the nodes, thick tight ones.
Because they were so similar in growth just three were kept to be grown from clones. They were all worthy
mothers though. As a matter of fact if you had to or wanted to do a seed crop from plants grown out in Jr. as of
now these would be a better choice than even my favorite the NL x Shiva because of the uniformity. NL x Shiva
also from Posi The purification
of this material proved to be tedious 19
of Petrzilka's procedure (Chart 1 Eschenmoser,Helv
Presently three such drugs
are being actively pursued in the clinic Although
the quality of 1 was excellent, the isolated yield provided no advantage over the
p-mentha-2,8-dien-l-ol route , 62, 2197
basic hydrolytic conditions 54 gave the benzofuran 55 in 90% yield Some of these are depicted by the general
formula 189,191, and 192 and have been reviewed in detail by Mechoulam3b,c
and Pars et al 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 8
An entirely different approach, which utilized a Diels-Alder reaction on an
appropriately substituted cinnamic acid derivative(Chart 1
Dalzell, and R
Shayana cannabis Comment Planter En Pot Marijuana
Shayana cannabis , 681
(1979) 1£ the
reflux time was extended to 18 h, 169 was isolated This plant is especially developed for Skunk lovers. Crossed of best Skunks to their Afghani ancestors. Brush
against this plant and the room becomes immediately filled with powerful Skunk aroma. Despite the smell a
very pleasant high with a little more body to it than the Skunk #1. One of the winners of the 1990 High Times
Harvest Festival where it clearly defeated Skunk #1.
Similarly 236 (R = CH3 or C2Hs) condensed with 11 to give the corresponding
ester, which on treatment with dimethylamine followed by LiAlH4 reduction
formed the analogs 239 (n = 2 to 5) , 89, 5934
Shayana cannabis 4 5 Thc Dans Le Sang
Wittig -- (±)-t
Shayana Cannabis -- Saturday, October 20, 2018 4:47:09 AM
Synthesis of THC Analogs
anation for selling.
Every marijuana user is not only a marijuana user, he is invariably also a friend, and his
friends also smoke. There is a positive and linear relation between the amount one smokes
and the percentage of one's friends who also smoke (see Table 10-3).
Percent of Closest Friends Who Are Regular
Daily 4 35 62 26
3 to 6 times weekly 14 36 50 42
1 to 2 times weekly 35 24 41 54
1 to 4 times
42 31 28 36
Less than monthly 72 19 9 43
a Designated as at least once per week.
This would create, therefore, a certain amount of pressure to sell. The more that one
smokes marijuana, the higher the proportion of one's friends who are marijuana smokers;
the higher the proportion of one's friends who are marijuana smokers, the greater is the
probability that they will buy and sell from one another, particularly as their turnover in
supply is so much greater (see Table 10-4).
Selling by Closest Friends Who Are
Regular Marijuana Smokers
"Have you ever sold marijuana?"
Percent saying "yes"
(9 of 18)4/15/2004 1:08:20 AM
The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 10
Percent of One's Friends
Who are Regular
60-100 68 73
30-59 43 56
0-29 21 72
Moreover, not only is a higher proportion of the heavy smoker's friendship network
more likely to smoke, but he is also more likely to have access to information concerning
the availability of periodically appearing quantities of marijuana on the market. He is
more likely to know others who buy and sell and who are higher up in the distribution
He is more acquainted with the price system, which fluctuates even in the short
run. He knows more about some of the rules and precautions to take to avoid arrest, thefts
"burns" and being short-changed, as well as buying adulterated goods.
He can buy and sell
successfully and with confidence. Anyone arriving on the marijuana scene in a completestranger
situation would encounter great difficulty in making a large purchase.
There is a two-way process at work here. On the one hand, one must be implicated in a
web of social relations to be able to purchase the drug. In this sense, friendship patterns
are a necessary condition for selling to take place.
But one's friendship network is not
merely a passive requirement for selling and buying; it is also an active force which
insures one's involvement in selling as an activity, since friends who smoke make requests
and demands that often relate to marijuana sales. In addition, selling further implicates one
in social relations that are marijuana-based. By buying and selling, one extends one's
network of acquaintances, almost all of whom are marijuana users. In short, friendships
and sales intersect with one another; they are inseparable elements of a single dimension.
Their relationship with one another must be seen in dialectical terms, rather than simple
Presently three such drugs
are being actively pursued in the clinic 6-isomer of cannabidiol is not known Canabis marijuna
medical Canabis marijuna
medical Gros marijuna
"I've grown skunk 1 and hybrids made from it for nearly 20 years. To get a really a good quality crop outdoors
you need to be less than 40 deg from the equator it will need at least 10 weeks from the equinox to finish.
With good cultivation will make 3 to 4 meters high and yield a pound or so of good bud per plant. Indoors it
needs a minimum of 50 w per sq. ft and preferably double and takes 9 to 12 weeks to finish on 12 hrs. Its
75% sat and cant be grown like a modern indica hybrid but when grown properly gives all the modern var.'s a
good run for the money." - Oldtimer1. They found that (±)-t,1-3,4-cis-THC
(3) was converted to (±)-t,6-3,4-trans-THC (2) on treatment with BBr3 The synthesis of
cannabielsoic acid A (ISla) was achieved by Shani and Mechoulam'" from cannabidiolic
acid (150) by a novel photooxidative cyclization process (Chart 2
the to best to best marijana your marijana
Of the 3 normal females, 2 are average and one is outstanding. The outstanding female (mother) was topped
and has 4 colas about 18" long each. These are really packing on the weight now. The secondary budding is
amazing. I pruned all the lower branches and leaves before flowering but this has all grown back now.
Everywhere you look is bud. Even the lower buds that don't get much light are frosted with crystal (not as dense
as the upper bud but I'm sure it will be tasty).
I noticed what seemed to be a male flower on one of the "normal" females and pulled it at 5 weeks. I thought
it was a male flower because it had a stem. I noticed the same thing on the outstanding female but left it. It
turned out to be a female flower "with a stem!". I grew Kali Mist ancestral stock in the early 80's in Oakland and those plants matured in late November, and
into December. The looser, somewhat feathery buds of Kali Mist would present a problem for indoor growers
looking for weighty buds. Despite these shortcomings, I liked it very much -it was my favorite high- and if I
were to grow for personal stash, I would grow Kali." -Mel Franc, High Times Magazine, May 1997 “I grew Sensi Seeds NL#5 and it was one of the best plants I had ever seen. VERY distinctive aroma and taste,
I agree with Skunkman, its like a psychedelic couchlock, the buzz goes for loooong. Plus its one of the best
indoor plants I ever saw, very short and compact, mega-phat top-cola, pretty fast (8 weeks), wont grow much
longer after inducing bloom, excellent flower/leaf ratio. I had good 400 gr./s.m. which I consider nice. Only
drawback I noticed was you better watch the air humidity, they have a tendency to catch bud rot, and the colas
are just too fat and sticky so the air won’t go into. But when you keep moisture down to max. 50% rh. you
should do well. To my experience they are true-breeding, but on the other hand I heard that too much
inbreeding out of a small number of species might cause some problems and show up some indica aspects
you may not want to have. I heard of NL#5 F2 that smelled and tasted like shit and had a very dull buzz.” -
"(For multiple sclerosis) my friend is currently using a pure indica (NL#5) with good results..." - pot newz h
only display one facet of the drug crystal. Yet, piecing together several incomplete stories
might very well give us a more comprehensive one. In asking the marijuana smoker the
(14 of 34)4/15/2004 1:07:27 AM
The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 7
effects of the drug on himself, we tap only the subjective vein, a valuable but fragmentary
source. This information should properly complement clinical findings, not contradict
them. Thus, since we have asked for the effect of the drug on the person taking it, we have
largely sidestepped the objective-subjective dilemma which is so often a source of
confusion. We do not ask the smoker to be a scientist, reporting objectively on drug
effects, but to re-create the drug experience itself, to convey the expressive character of
the marijuana high.
One-third of the responses to the open-ended question reported that their senses were
more receptive, more sensitive. We straddle two realms here. Tests can be constructed to
measure the ability of the subject to discern stimuli. But for the subjective impact of sensestimulation,
we have to abandon the laboratory approach, because it does not tell us
anything; we must ask the subject himself. Most responses have this dual character. And
the subjective meaning of phenomena and sense-impressions forms a vast and uncharted
territory, with a logic and integrity of its own—yet one of immense significance.
Why should music be so often singled out as a locus wherein marijuana is said to have
such a pronounced impact? There are, after all, five senses, thousands of sources of sound,
an infinitude of possible changes in thinking, doing things, feeling; why music? There are
at least three explanations:
1. The physiological and psychological explanation. There actually is something
about the effects of marijuana that relates specifically to music, to rhythm,
movement, sound, and pitch.
2. The culture explanation. Marijuana smokers happen to be people who enjoy music
and merely project onto marijuana, which they also enjoy, the positive effects of
any activity toward which they feel positively.
3. The logistical and ecological explanation. It just happens that, given the personnel
and the setting ( in one's living room for the most part ), it is highly likely that
music is one of the activities in which marijuana users will be engaged while high.
There is no doubt that reasons (2) and (3) operate powerfully; the question is, do they
account for all of the variance? Is there any pharmacological thrust at all?
A quarter of a century ago, an objective test of musical talent was done on incarcerated
individuals, experienced with marijuana's effects, who had been administered parahexyl, a
marijuana-like compound.16 The study found that the drug did not increase musical
ability. The typical test result (except for rhythm) was to improve very slightly without the
drug as a practice effect, and then to drop back to the original, pre-practice leve I’m on my second Blueberry crop and first Flo crop. I’m one of the few people that do not like blueberry. Its
strong, and has a unique taste. the plant yields pretty well, and the buds are kid of leafy. Lots of resin on the
joint, sometimes after the first hit. The Flo's have thinner , more sativa like leaves. grows long, Superskunk
looking buds, with lots of purple clusters, they mature very fast and have pretty big buds. I have been pleased
with the growing performance. Now the high... Flo is very strong, lots of resin like blueberry. Unfortunately , one
toke is enough to tell you that this plant is 50% blueberry. Same taste but more intense. There's a peppery
taste in addition. Flo is the better high and plant of the two, and finishes a week or two earlier than Blueberry.
If you like the taste of purple indicas like blueberry you will love Flo. I am partial to the oranges, and sweet
hash tastes. Abbie Hoffman Razdan and G