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2014-03-08 09:49:33 PM

Headso: if he's a libertarian he also wants tax and environmental law that is only good for oligarchs, so you won't have any money to buy weed anyways.


You do realize that there are many libertarians who are not opposed to regulations? The thing is that libertarians want the regulations to be minimal and specific. Anarchy is an entirely different philosophy.
 
2014-03-08 09:51:56 PM

studebaker hoch: They call it "weed" because it grows like one.  Even the good stuff.

Throw some seeds on a good growing spot and stand the hell back has been my experience.

If you can grow tomatoes you can grow marijuana.


Exactly just don't do it on land you own because seizure laws.

/At least in most states.
//Yes I know article is on Canada.
 
2014-03-08 09:56:54 PM

Old Man Winter: If the weed is legal why do they need to protect it?


s27.postimg.org
 
2014-03-08 09:59:39 PM

ciberido: fusillade762: stuffy: Not sure but sounds like someone trying to Troll.

It's certainly has the trifecta of hot-button issues going for it. Maybe he needs to spice it up a bit.

"I want gay married couples to be able to protect their immigrant-cultivated pot with guns while having an abortion."

I would think the best part about being gay is that you'd never need to worry about abortions, or any form of birth control.


Or being able to watch an entire football game with the love of your life and never have to talk.
 
2014-03-08 10:02:53 PM

ciberido: fusillade762: stuffy: Not sure but sounds like someone trying to Troll.

It's certainly has the trifecta of hot-button issues going for it. Maybe he needs to spice it up a bit.

"I want gay married couples to be able to protect their immigrant-cultivated pot with guns while having an abortion."

I would think the best part about being gay is that you'd never need to worry about abortions, or any form of birth control.


Gay people with ovaries still use hormonal BC for other indications, though.  My ladyfriend and I both have Mirena because we got tired of our blindingly painful, sucktacular periods.
 
2014-03-08 10:06:38 PM

Mad_Radhu: That's the kind of small government I can get behind.


get behind?

SAY NO MORE!! A nod is as good as a wink to a blind man.
 
2014-03-08 10:10:04 PM

EdgeRunner: Headso: Hobodeluxe: TheOther: Old Man Winter: If the weed is legal why do they need to protect it?

Nobody ever swiped your stash, legal or not?

if they legalize growing then you'd probably want to do it indoors since they would likely limit you to a few plants. it would also protect it from natural predators like rodents and deer etc. plus you'd have longer light cycles and higher production per plant per cycle.

you'd do greenhouses, big huge greenhouses and only use lights for clones and mothers, that would bring your electricity costs way down. I  guess though ideally you'd have both going some big indoor operation for year round and then huge greenhouses for the traditional season.

Unpossible. I was assured in a previous marijuana thread that trying to grow weed is so incredibly difficult and time-consuming, no one would ever raise their own if they could just legally buy it from the pros.

/of course, it's possible the stoner I was talking to was just a really lazy bastard.


it is incredibly hard to grow good indoor. It is a full time job for more than one person.
Anything with value is a target for theft. Legal grows will still get ripped.
 
2014-03-08 10:19:24 PM
It's too bad our supposed libertarians here in the the US aren't like those up there.

No, of course we get stuck with the Ted Nugent, Rand Paul, Supply Side Jesus racist, fundamentalist christian version of libertarianism.

farking assholes.
 
2014-03-08 10:21:56 PM

EdgeRunner: Headso: Hobodeluxe: TheOther: Old Man Winter: If the weed is legal why do they need to protect it?

Nobody ever swiped your stash, legal or not?

if they legalize growing then you'd probably want to do it indoors since they would likely limit you to a few plants. it would also protect it from natural predators like rodents and deer etc. plus you'd have longer light cycles and higher production per plant per cycle.

you'd do greenhouses, big huge greenhouses and only use lights for clones and mothers, that would bring your electricity costs way down. I  guess though ideally you'd have both going some big indoor operation for year round and then huge greenhouses for the traditional season.

Unpossible. I was assured in a previous marijuana thread that trying to grow weed is so incredibly difficult and time-consuming, no one would ever raise their own if they could just legally buy it from the pros.

/of course, it's possible the stoner I was talking to was just a really lazy bastard.


You can grow sensimilla in cut out milk jugs with CFL bulbs.

It's not going to be the kind of stuff you'd expect if you were paying $20/g for it. But it would be smokeable if cured right and of sufficient potency to get you lit if you smoked a bowl or two.

Growing the HIGH end stuff is what takes skill and/or automation.
 
2014-03-08 10:25:17 PM

iq_in_binary: Growing the HIGH end stuff is what takes skill and/or automation.


That's the truth and you have to have good seed stock.
 
2014-03-08 10:28:12 PM
I agree, but this is sooooooooo discriminatory towards good honest meth, crack and heroin makers/dealers who need to protect their supply!
 
2014-03-08 10:32:39 PM

SumoJeb: EdgeRunner: Headso: Hobodeluxe: TheOther: Old Man Winter: If the weed is legal why do they need to protect it?

Nobody ever swiped your stash, legal or not?

if they legalize growing then you'd probably want to do it indoors since they would likely limit you to a few plants. it would also protect it from natural predators like rodents and deer etc. plus you'd have longer light cycles and higher production per plant per cycle.

you'd do greenhouses, big huge greenhouses and only use lights for clones and mothers, that would bring your electricity costs way down. I  guess though ideally you'd have both going some big indoor operation for year round and then huge greenhouses for the traditional season.

Unpossible. I was assured in a previous marijuana thread that trying to grow weed is so incredibly difficult and time-consuming, no one would ever raise their own if they could just legally buy it from the pros.

/of course, it's possible the stoner I was talking to was just a really lazy bastard.

it is incredibly hard to grow good indoor. It is a full time job for more than one person.
Anything with value is a target for theft. Legal grows will still get ripped.


No.

For even the kind of quality you expect to find at dispensaries, you can get away with a hydro rig that you have to check at most twice a week. 2 hours a week of upkeep, trimming, and dialing in your nutrients is all it takes if your setup is even half assed, and we're talking a setup that will yield 1.5 lbs anually. If you're talking about an industrial sized grow? Yes. 5-10 plants in veg/flower and a couple mothers to clone from to keep up on personal use/yourself plus a couple friends? Nope.

Now, if you're an idiot you're paying out the ass for the lights. If you're smart you find somebody who knows their way around a soldering iron and you have them build the lights for you for 1/10th the retail price. Yes, LEDs have taken over the hobby indoor grow niche, don't get suckered into paying more than $.35-.40/W. And do keep in mind you need less than half the wattage using LED's than if you were using filament systems, as the wavelengths can be tailored to the 3 wavelength ranges plants use for photosynthesis as opposed to having a filament system blare it out across the whole spectrum.

Growing is easy, growing decent quality is easy, doing it cheap and making sure no males mature in the flowering room are the hardest part nowadays.
 
2014-03-08 10:36:08 PM

kling_klang_bed: I agree, but this is sooooooooo discriminatory towards good honest meth, crack and heroin makers/dealers who need to protect their supply!


You may think you are trolling I can't say, but I would support making those basically prescription drugs instead of outright criminalization. For one the the FDA would be involved so peoeple would get cleaner safer stuff. We already have methadone clinics so, why not, but buy it at the convenience store um no.
 
2014-03-08 10:36:21 PM
1000W HPS FTW!
 
2014-03-08 10:36:51 PM

neongoats: It's too bad our supposed libertarians here in the the US aren't like those up there.

No, of course we get stuck with the Ted Nugent, Rand Paul, Supply Side Jesus racist, fundamentalist christian version of libertarianism.

farking assholes.


I don't identify as a libertarian (or anything close to it) but I would love it if a true Libertarian party and cadre of worthwhile candidates actually made some noise in our political system. It actually pisses me off when I see contributors for Reason and other "libertarian" publications practically carry the water for some Republican candidates when, if you hold them down and make them state their opinions on issues line-by-line, they don't stand anywhere near them politically.
 
2014-03-08 10:38:11 PM
"Libertarian white men of a certain age are swooning for Moen"


Impugning their motives by questioning their sexual orientation. Really?
 
2014-03-08 10:38:14 PM

iq_in_binary: SumoJeb: EdgeRunner: Headso: Hobodeluxe: TheOther: Old Man Winter: If the weed is legal why do they need to protect it?

Nobody ever swiped your stash, legal or not?

if they legalize growing then you'd probably want to do it indoors since they would likely limit you to a few plants. it would also protect it from natural predators like rodents and deer etc. plus you'd have longer light cycles and higher production per plant per cycle.

you'd do greenhouses, big huge greenhouses and only use lights for clones and mothers, that would bring your electricity costs way down. I  guess though ideally you'd have both going some big indoor operation for year round and then huge greenhouses for the traditional season.

Unpossible. I was assured in a previous marijuana thread that trying to grow weed is so incredibly difficult and time-consuming, no one would ever raise their own if they could just legally buy it from the pros.

/of course, it's possible the stoner I was talking to was just a really lazy bastard.

it is incredibly hard to grow good indoor. It is a full time job for more than one person.
Anything with value is a target for theft. Legal grows will still get ripped.

No.

For even the kind of quality you expect to find at dispensaries, you can get away with a hydro rig that you have to check at most twice a week. 2 hours a week of upkeep, trimming, and dialing in your nutrients is all it takes if your setup is even half assed, and we're talking a setup that will yield 1.5 lbs anually. If you're talking about an industrial sized grow? Yes. 5-10 plants in veg/flower and a couple mothers to clone from to keep up on personal use/yourself plus a couple friends? Nope.

Now, if you're an idiot you're paying out the ass for the lights. If you're smart you find somebody who knows their way around a soldering iron and you have them build the lights for you for 1/10th the retail price. Yes, LEDs have taken over the hobby indoor grow niche, don't get suckered into paying mor ...


I think a now online crush, blush : )
 
2014-03-08 10:38:55 PM

iq_in_binary: SumoJeb: EdgeRunner: Headso: Hobodeluxe: TheOther: Old Man Winter: If the weed is legal why do they need to protect it?

Nobody ever swiped your stash, legal or not?

if they legalize growing then you'd probably want to do it indoors since they would likely limit you to a few plants. it would also protect it from natural predators like rodents and deer etc. plus you'd have longer light cycles and higher production per plant per cycle.

you'd do greenhouses, big huge greenhouses and only use lights for clones and mothers, that would bring your electricity costs way down. I  guess though ideally you'd have both going some big indoor operation for year round and then huge greenhouses for the traditional season.

Unpossible. I was assured in a previous marijuana thread that trying to grow weed is so incredibly difficult and time-consuming, no one would ever raise their own if they could just legally buy it from the pros.

/of course, it's possible the stoner I was talking to was just a really lazy bastard.

it is incredibly hard to grow good indoor. It is a full time job for more than one person.
Anything with value is a target for theft. Legal grows will still get ripped.

No.

For even the kind of quality you expect to find at dispensaries, you can get away with a hydro rig that you have to check at most twice a week. 2 hours a week of upkeep, trimming, and dialing in your nutrients is all it takes if your setup is even half assed, and we're talking a setup that will yield 1.5 lbs anually. If you're talking about an industrial sized grow? Yes. 5-10 plants in veg/flower and a couple mothers to clone from to keep up on personal use/yourself plus a couple friends? Nope.

Now, if you're an idiot you're paying out the ass for the lights. If you're smart you find somebody who knows their way around a soldering iron and you have them build the lights for you for 1/10th the retail price. Yes, LEDs have taken over the hobby indoor grow niche, don't get suckered into paying mor ...Growing is easy, growing decent quality is easy, doing it cheap and making sure no males mature in the flowering room are the hardest part nowadays.


Do you have a newsletter?
 
2014-03-08 10:39:03 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: iq_in_binary: Growing the HIGH end stuff is what takes skill and/or automation.

That's the truth and you have to have good seed stock.


I'd actually be willing to posit that environmental control, ie being able to maintain as uniform a growing environment as possible and having control over the different factors that promote growth and plant health will affect both your yield amount and potency more than having a "Kennedy" level seed pedigree.

The guys that have Cannabis Cup level strains don't like to tell you that they're not pulling those buds from the same grow rooms as their general cash crop. Those plants are grown in as close to laboratory conditions as they can figure out how to accomplish. When it becomes legal nationwide, expect the guys with automation experience to turn out the most and highest concentration THC/CBD buds, not the greenthumbs.
 
2014-03-08 10:46:30 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: kling_klang_bed: I agree, but this is sooooooooo discriminatory towards good honest meth, crack and heroin makers/dealers who need to protect their supply!

You may think you are trolling I can't say, but I would support making those basically prescription drugs instead of outright criminalization. For one the the FDA would be involved so peoeple would get cleaner safer stuff. We already have methadone clinics so, why not, but buy it at the convenience store um no.


Nah, no trolling, just being my usual sarcastic self. But, to your point: making them prescription drugs wouldn't even be a reality. From some trials that've been done, meth supposedly has some health benefits, but the consequences from using it all far outweigh that. Buuuuuuuuuuuuuut, by that iota too, same case with 75% of the drugs Pfizer and the gang shove on the public on a daily basis. Still, the FDA wouldn't dare legalize any of those in any degree, and I'd be afraid of the kind of party those kinda addicts would be having if they heard about that!
 
2014-03-08 10:47:34 PM

Porous Horace: 1000W HPS FTW!


I'll take my 300W LED array, TYVM. Why waste 700W of power pushing out wavelengths that go to waste because they're not used in photosynthesis?
 
2014-03-08 10:50:42 PM
With LEDs you don't have the greater danger and paranoia!
Or a room full of sunshine in winter.

Kidding really, LEDs of course are the way to go now.
 
2014-03-08 10:51:03 PM

iq_in_binary: tinfoil-hat maggie: iq_in_binary: Growing the HIGH end stuff is what takes skill and/or automation.

That's the truth and you have to have good seed stock.

I'd actually be willing to posit that environmental control, ie being able to maintain as uniform a growing environment as possible and having control over the different factors that promote growth and plant health will affect both your yield amount and potency more than having a "Kennedy" level seed pedigree.

The guys that have Cannabis Cup level strains don't like to tell you that they're not pulling those buds from the same grow rooms as their general cash crop. Those plants are grown in as close to laboratory conditions as they can figure out how to accomplish. When it becomes legal nationwide, expect the guys with automation experience to turn out the most and highest concentration THC/CBD buds, not the greenthumbs.


I can see that and I've been out to Cali years ago and they had stuff that blew the doors of anything grown here and I agree nutrients and creating optimime growing conditions would be the primary factor. I mean you could gets the best seeds from the Amsterdam seed bank and give them to two different people. One someone thats been "pro" for years and an avid vegie gardener and I know who would win.
 
2014-03-08 10:51:38 PM
Head thread.
 
2014-03-08 10:52:55 PM

Porous Horace: With LEDs you don't have the greater danger and paranoia!
Or a room full of sunshine in winter.

Kidding really, LEDs of course are the way to go now.


The only biatch is finding diodes that output in the UV-B range.

If they weren't $350-$500 PER DIODE......
 
2014-03-08 10:56:23 PM
Rather have the mellow pot-heads with the guns than the angry drunks any day.


i.kinja-img.com.
i.imgur.com
 
2014-03-08 10:57:15 PM
 
2014-03-08 10:57:27 PM

ChubbyTiger: You do realize that there are many libertarians who are not opposed to regulations? The thing is that libertarians want the regulations to be minimal and specific.


Yeah, but they never say how minimal and how specific they should be. They usually just go on with more vague platitudes which sound pretty but really offer nothing in substance.

Not to mention their lack of ability to understand what  externalities are.
 
2014-03-08 10:58:53 PM
 
2014-03-08 10:59:34 PM
yeah, sounds great.


/for certain values of married anyway.
 
2014-03-08 11:01:14 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: iq_in_binary: tinfoil-hat maggie: iq_in_binary: Growing the HIGH end stuff is what takes skill and/or automation.

That's the truth and you have to have good seed stock.

I'd actually be willing to posit that environmental control, ie being able to maintain as uniform a growing environment as possible and having control over the different factors that promote growth and plant health will affect both your yield amount and potency more than having a "Kennedy" level seed pedigree.

The guys that have Cannabis Cup level strains don't like to tell you that they're not pulling those buds from the same grow rooms as their general cash crop. Those plants are grown in as close to laboratory conditions as they can figure out how to accomplish. When it becomes legal nationwide, expect the guys with automation experience to turn out the most and highest concentration THC/CBD buds, not the greenthumbs.

I can see that and I've been out to Cali years ago and they had stuff that blew the doors of anything grown here and I agree nutrients and creating optimime growing conditions would be the primary factor. I mean you could gets the best seeds from the Amsterdam seed bank and give them to two different people. One someone thats been "pro" for years and an avid vegie gardener and I know who would win.


Give them to a guy at a Makerspace. He'd blow the doors off the lot of them.

There's a reason I have an Arduino on my desk hooked up to CO2, proximity, liquid particulate sensors and a random array of solenoids......

Expect plenty more when it's legal.

/Oh, and Aero is the way to go. Quickest feedback, best way to automate cameras into the system to detect nute burns before they become serious and adjust accordingly. Only way I can see to "thread the needle" in real time and allow automation systems to affect growth in ways that the human element will never let us be capable of.
//Automation of Cannabis grows will lead the way to automated grow operations doing away with overland grows for practically all of our vegetable crops, you've heard it here first.
///And I plan on being at the ground level
 
2014-03-08 11:04:08 PM

kling_klang_bed: tinfoil-hat maggie: kling_klang_bed: I agree, but this is sooooooooo discriminatory towards good honest meth, crack and heroin makers/dealers who need to protect their supply!

You may think you are trolling I can't say, but I would support making those basically prescription drugs instead of outright criminalization. For one the the FDA would be involved so peoeple would get cleaner safer stuff. We already have methadone clinics so, why not, but buy it at the convenience store um no.

Nah, no trolling, just being my usual sarcastic self. But, to your point: making them prescription drugs wouldn't even be a reality. From some trials that've been done, meth supposedly has some health benefits, but the consequences from using it all far outweigh that. Buuuuuuuuuuuuuut, by that iota too, same case with 75% of the drugs Pfizer and the gang shove on the public on a daily basis. Still, the FDA wouldn't dare legalize any of those in any degree, and I'd be afraid of the kind of party those kinda addicts would be having if they heard about that!


Oh I understand, I've just seen and or heard the qualities (and therefore safety) of things like LSD,Ecstasy, Meth Amphetamines has gone way done and more trash drugs are out now. Keeping it all underground and illegal insure lack of quality and more availability to all age groups.

/Just my two cents.
//It was easier back in my day to get a joint than a beer, just sayin'
 
2014-03-08 11:07:50 PM
The recent surge in popularization for MJ legalization is nothing more than the latest efforts of the feminazi movement.

"OMG, male plants are bad and we need to eradicate them completely."

Male MJ plants have feelings, too.

*sobs quietly into pillow*
 
2014-03-08 11:09:14 PM
In Canada we call them Red Tories. They're extinct.

Along with Moderate and Liberal Republicans.
 
m00
2014-03-08 11:11:07 PM

ChubbyTiger: You do realize that there are many libertarians who are not opposed to regulations? The thing is that libertarians want the regulations to be minimal and specific. Anarchy is an entirely different philosophy.


So much this.

Plenty of things are commonly owned by the citizenry -- air, water, public land. And they should absolutely be protected as such by specific regulation that has teeth. For example, no corporation or individual has the right to pollute water that belongs to us all. That's good and useful regulation.

Bad regulation is when government raises the cost of doing business asymmetrically in such a way that "coincidentally" benefits lobbyists.

Being against bad regulation does not mean a person is against regulation.
 
2014-03-08 11:16:02 PM

kling_klang_bed: From some trials that've been done, meth supposedly has some health benefits, but the consequences from using it all far outweigh that.


Meth is indistinguishable pharmacologically from Adderall. I recommend Carl Hart's High Price as a reasonable introduction to the lack of rationale behind US drug policy; one of the simplest and most damning critiques is that the claimed harms from most drugs are flat-out lies (Reefer Madness); only seen in about 5% of the population of users, who seem to have a predisposition toward addictions of all sorts; or results of the draconian prohibition regime itself.
 
2014-03-08 11:17:09 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: kling_klang_bed: tinfoil-hat maggie: kling_klang_bed: I agree, but this is sooooooooo discriminatory towards good honest meth, crack and heroin makers/dealers who need to protect their supply!

You may think you are trolling I can't say, but I would support making those basically prescription drugs instead of outright criminalization. For one the the FDA would be involved so peoeple would get cleaner safer stuff. We already have methadone clinics so, why not, but buy it at the convenience store um no.

Nah, no trolling, just being my usual sarcastic self. But, to your point: making them prescription drugs wouldn't even be a reality. From some trials that've been done, meth supposedly has some health benefits, but the consequences from using it all far outweigh that. Buuuuuuuuuuuuuut, by that iota too, same case with 75% of the drugs Pfizer and the gang shove on the public on a daily basis. Still, the FDA wouldn't dare legalize any of those in any degree, and I'd be afraid of the kind of party those kinda addicts would be having if they heard about that!

Oh I understand, I've just seen and or heard the qualities (and therefore safety) of things like LSD,Ecstasy, Meth Amphetamines has gone way done and more trash drugs are out now. Keeping it all underground and illegal insure lack of quality and more availability to all age groups.

/Just my two cents.
//It was easier back in my day to get a joint than a beer, just sayin'


Back home in Southside Chicago, weed is just as easy to get as beer! And the cops don't care about either.
 
2014-03-08 11:18:09 PM

iq_in_binary: tinfoil-hat maggie: iq_in_binary: tinfoil-hat maggie: iq_in_binary: Growing the HIGH end stuff is what takes skill and/or automation.

That's the truth and you have to have good seed stock.

I'd actually be willing to posit that environmental control, ie being able to maintain as uniform a growing environment as possible and having control over the different factors that promote growth and plant health will affect both your yield amount and potency more than having a "Kennedy" level seed pedigree.

The guys that have Cannabis Cup level strains don't like to tell you that they're not pulling those buds from the same grow rooms as their general cash crop. Those plants are grown in as close to laboratory conditions as they can figure out how to accomplish. When it becomes legal nationwide, expect the guys with automation experience to turn out the most and highest concentration THC/CBD buds, not the greenthumbs.

I can see that and I've been out to Cali years ago and they had stuff that blew the doors of anything grown here and I agree nutrients and creating optimime growing conditions would be the primary factor. I mean you could gets the best seeds from the Amsterdam seed bank and give them to two different people. One someone thats been "pro" for years and an avid vegie gardener and I know who would win.

Give them to a guy at a Makerspace. He'd blow the doors off the lot of them.

There's a reason I have an Arduino on my desk hooked up to CO2, proximity, liquid particulate sensors and a random array of solenoids......

Expect plenty more when it's legal.

/Oh, and Aero is the way to go. Quickest feedback, best way to automate cameras into the system to detect nute burns before they become serious and adjust accordingly. Only way I can see to "thread the needle" in real time and allow automation systems to affect growth in ways that the human element will never let us be capable of.
//Automation of Cannabis grows will lead the way to automated grow operations doing ...


Okay, it may be more than a crush. Anyway, my dream is for cannabis leas to be sold in the veggie section next to the baby spinach leaves.Buds would be replacing the smokes in that one aisle with the cigs (yay, I quit tobacco).

Also yea, yea I know the benefits of high CO2 levels in a greenhouse type environment. I sorta a self taught horticulturist, etc...
 
2014-03-08 11:22:33 PM

chrylis: kling_klang_bed: From some trials that've been done, meth supposedly has some health benefits, but the consequences from using it all far outweigh that.

Meth is indistinguishable pharmacologically from Adderall. I recommend Carl Hart's High Price as a reasonable introduction to the lack of rationale behind US drug policy; one of the simplest and most damning critiques is that the claimed harms from most drugs are flat-out lies (Reefer Madness); only seen in about 5% of the population of users, who seem to have a predisposition toward addictions of all sorts; or results of the draconian prohibition regime itself.


I'll keep that in mind, after I get through my massive backlogs of books to finish.
 
2014-03-08 11:24:02 PM

kling_klang_bed: Back home in Southside Chicago, weed is just as easy to get as beer! And the cops don't care about either.


When I new the right people it was way cheaper than beer.
 
2014-03-08 11:31:06 PM
What Marijuana and a Pistol might look like.
 
2014-03-08 11:31:28 PM

Rat: [img.fark.net image 320x240]

I even heard Glock is coming out with a javelin pistol to help
Lamar with his limp-wristed throwing shooting style.

© and I'm ok with that


Actually, Glocks and many other semi auto pistols including the blessed 1911 platform are prone to jamming due to a limp wrist during recoil.
 
2014-03-08 11:35:04 PM
This IS the law where I am.
 
2014-03-08 11:40:11 PM
He's running in Fort Mac. He knows his target audience...the only people up there who don't have weed crops spent their money on meth and hookers instead.
 
2014-03-08 11:45:24 PM

SumoJeb: EdgeRunner: Headso: Hobodeluxe: TheOther: Old Man Winter: If the weed is legal why do they need to protect it?

Nobody ever swiped your stash, legal or not?

if they legalize growing then you'd probably want to do it indoors since they would likely limit you to a few plants. it would also protect it from natural predators like rodents and deer etc. plus you'd have longer light cycles and higher production per plant per cycle.

you'd do greenhouses, big huge greenhouses and only use lights for clones and mothers, that would bring your electricity costs way down. I  guess though ideally you'd have both going some big indoor operation for year round and then huge greenhouses for the traditional season.

Unpossible. I was assured in a previous marijuana thread that trying to grow weed is so incredibly difficult and time-consuming, no one would ever raise their own if they could just legally buy it from the pros.

/of course, it's possible the stoner I was talking to was just a really lazy bastard.

it is incredibly hard to grow good indoor. It is a full time job for more than one person.
Anything with value is a target for theft. Legal grows will still get ripped.


If marijuana were free, wouldn't it be a lot cheaper, and thus less of a target for theft?  I always assumed if it were made totally legal it would end up being grown on farms like tobacco.  I don't hear a lot of stories about people raiding tobacco farms.
 
2014-03-08 11:57:53 PM

ciberido: SumoJeb: EdgeRunner: Headso: Hobodeluxe: TheOther: Old Man Winter: If the weed is legal why do they need to protect it?

Nobody ever swiped your stash, legal or not?

if they legalize growing then you'd probably want to do it indoors since they would likely limit you to a few plants. it would also protect it from natural predators like rodents and deer etc. plus you'd have longer light cycles and higher production per plant per cycle.

you'd do greenhouses, big huge greenhouses and only use lights for clones and mothers, that would bring your electricity costs way down. I  guess though ideally you'd have both going some big indoor operation for year round and then huge greenhouses for the traditional season.

Unpossible. I was assured in a previous marijuana thread that trying to grow weed is so incredibly difficult and time-consuming, no one would ever raise their own if they could just legally buy it from the pros.

/of course, it's possible the stoner I was talking to was just a really lazy bastard.

it is incredibly hard to grow good indoor. It is a full time job for more than one person.
Anything with value is a target for theft. Legal grows will still get ripped.

If marijuana were free, wouldn't it be a lot cheaper, and thus less of a target for theft?  I always assumed if it were made totally legal it would end up being grown on farms like tobacco.  I don't hear a lot of stories about people raiding tobacco farms.


More reasons I love you, and hey when you can actually call the cops and they help you instead of arrest you it's a good thing.
 
2014-03-09 12:00:58 AM
I'm cool with that.
 
2014-03-09 12:11:55 AM
i.kinja-img.com
 
2014-03-09 12:17:24 AM

TinyFist: The recent surge in popularization for MJ legalization is nothing more than the latest efforts of the feminazi movement.

"OMG, male plants are bad and we need to eradicate them completely."

Male MJ plants have feelings, too.

*sobs quietly into pillow*


you have been smoking WAY too much mary jane. seek professional help immediately. i am sure there is some medication that you should be on.
 
2014-03-09 12:24:34 AM
And nuke the gay whales for Jesus.
 
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