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2021-04-10 9:34:49 AM  
Cannabis dude.
 
2021-04-10 9:41:44 AM  
But not spelling
 
2021-04-10 10:16:14 AM  
Cannabusses need maintenance too! 

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2021-04-10 10:28:09 AM  
I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.
 
2021-04-10 10:33:15 AM  

Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.


From personal experience I say say with 100% accuracy an entire year's worth of smoking every day can be grown in a 20x20 plot with nothing but rainwater in Virginia.  Nothing needed but seeds.
 
2021-04-10 10:46:44 AM  

Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.

From personal experience I say say with 100% accuracy an entire year's worth of smoking every day can be grown in a 20x20 plot with nothing but rainwater in Virginia.  Nothing needed but seeds.


I can also make moonshine at home (if I were so inclined, though I'm not), but that won't make it a fine sipping Scotch.

Grew up in Humboldt County.  Been around pot growers for nearly 50 years.   The changes in the way it was grown by a boyfriend in 1972 (speaking of seeds..and stems, too.) to what is being produced now is amazing.  Clones seem to be all the rage.

I don't use cannabis, but my husband does.
 
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2021-04-10 11:11:24 AM  
Cannabus?

Like, a Scottish version of the OBD protocol used for automotive systems communication?
 
2021-04-10 11:35:57 AM  
You can always try the cannavan if the bus is too much

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2021-04-10 11:42:54 AM  

Dewey Fidalgo: Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.

From personal experience I say say with 100% accuracy an entire year's worth of smoking every day can be grown in a 20x20 plot with nothing but rainwater in Virginia.  Nothing needed but seeds.

I can also make moonshine at home (if I were so inclined, though I'm not), but that won't make it a fine sipping Scotch.

Grew up in Humboldt County.  Been around pot growers for nearly 50 years.   The changes in the way it was grown by a boyfriend in 1972 (speaking of seeds..and stems, too.) to what is being produced now is amazing.  Clones seem to be all the rage.

I don't use cannabis, but my husband does.


What I grew was top drawer.  Don't know what point you are trying to make but making fine scotch is immeasurably more difficult than growing good weed - that's why it's called weed.  If you don't smoke I suspect you don't know what you're talking about.  Hint:  pick indica seeds.
 
2021-04-10 12:48:41 PM  

Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.

From personal experience I say say with 100% accuracy an entire year's worth of smoking every day can be grown in a 20x20 plot with nothing but rainwater in Virginia.  Nothing needed but seeds.

I can also make moonshine at home (if I were so inclined, though I'm not), but that won't make it a fine sipping Scotch.

Grew up in Humboldt County.  Been around pot growers for nearly 50 years.   The changes in the way it was grown by a boyfriend in 1972 (speaking of seeds..and stems, too.) to what is being produced now is amazing.  Clones seem to be all the rage.

I don't use cannabis, but my husband does.

What I grew was top drawer.  Don't know what point you are trying to make but making fine scotch is immeasurably more difficult than growing good weed - that's why it's called weed.  If you don't smoke I suspect you don't know what you're talking about.  Hint:  pick indica seeds.


Oh I know than you might think.  And I have personally gone down to the local pot shop and told them to NOT sell my husband Sativa.   He will not shut up when he uses it.

But it's nice you have your own little patch.   I grow all kinds of things in my garden.  But I wouldn't extrapolate my delicious vegetables to massive commercial grows.
 
2021-04-10 1:47:09 PM  

Dewey Fidalgo: Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.

From personal experience I say say with 100% accuracy an entire year's worth of smoking every day can be grown in a 20x20 plot with nothing but rainwater in Virginia.  Nothing needed but seeds.

I can also make moonshine at home (if I were so inclined, though I'm not), but that won't make it a fine sipping Scotch.

Grew up in Humboldt County.  Been around pot growers for nearly 50 years.   The changes in the way it was grown by a boyfriend in 1972 (speaking of seeds..and stems, too.) to what is being produced now is amazing.  Clones seem to be all the rage.

I don't use cannabis, but my husband does.

What I grew was top drawer.  Don't know what point you are trying to make but making fine scotch is immeasurably more difficult than growing good weed - that's why it's called weed.  If you don't smoke I suspect you don't know what you're talking about.  Hint:  pick indica seeds.

Oh I know than you might think.  And I have personally gone down to the local pot shop and told them to NOT sell my husband Sativa.   He will not shut up when he uses it.

But it's nice you have your own little patch.   I grow all kinds of things in my garden.  But I wouldn't extrapolate my delicious vegetables to massive commercial grows.


I'm 70, I've had gardens since I was 5.  I had a 30 acre farm in Virginia, 2 acres of vegies, 1 acre of berries, an acre of fruit trees and the rest ornamentals - a 30 ACRE garden.

Haven't smoked for quite some time now - it's bad for the lungs especially when you're older.

But your concerns about the environment and hemp are misplaced.
 
2021-04-10 1:55:30 PM  

Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.

From personal experience I say say with 100% accuracy an entire year's worth of smoking every day can be grown in a 20x20 plot with nothing but rainwater in Virginia.  Nothing needed but seeds.

I can also make moonshine at home (if I were so inclined, though I'm not), but that won't make it a fine sipping Scotch.

Grew up in Humboldt County.  Been around pot growers for nearly 50 years.   The changes in the way it was grown by a boyfriend in 1972 (speaking of seeds..and stems, too.) to what is being produced now is amazing.  Clones seem to be all the rage.

I don't use cannabis, but my husband does.

What I grew was top drawer.  Don't know what point you are trying to make but making fine scotch is immeasurably more difficult than growing good weed - that's why it's called weed.  If you don't smoke I suspect you don't know what you're talking about.  Hint:  pick indica seeds.

Oh I know than you might think.  And I have personally gone down to the local pot shop and told them to NOT sell my husband Sativa.   He will not shut up when he uses it.

But it's nice you have your own little patch.   I grow all kinds of things in my garden.  But I wouldn't extrapolate my delicious vegetables to massive commercial grows.

I'm 70, I've had gardens since I was 5.  I had a 30 acre farm in Virginia, 2 acres of vegies, 1 acre of berries, an acre of fruit trees and the rest ornamentals - a 30 ACRE garden.

Haven't smoked for quite some time now - it's bad for the lungs especially when you're older.

But your concerns about the environment and hemp are misplaced.


Where was your 30 acre garden?   It is absolutely an issue up in the hills of Humboldt County.

I certainly have no problem with hemp/cannabis growing.   But like a lot of other industrial scale food/cotton, etc. it can take up massive amounts of water.   Fun fact, the north flowing Eel River has water taken from it over the hill into the Russian River drainage.  Those grapes in Sonoma County won't water themselves.    Not to mention the trans-basin diversion of water from the Trinity River through tunnels to the Sacramento Valley.

So, there is limited water for industrial scale agriculture, which cannabis growing is.
 
2021-04-10 2:21:18 PM  

Dewey Fidalgo: Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.

From personal experience I say say with 100% accuracy an entire year's worth of smoking every day can be grown in a 20x20 plot with nothing but rainwater in Virginia.  Nothing needed but seeds.

I can also make moonshine at home (if I were so inclined, though I'm not), but that won't make it a fine sipping Scotch.

Grew up in Humboldt County.  Been around pot growers for nearly 50 years.   The changes in the way it was grown by a boyfriend in 1972 (speaking of seeds..and stems, too.) to what is being produced now is amazing.  Clones seem to be all the rage.

I don't use cannabis, but my husband does.

What I grew was top drawer.  Don't know what point you are trying to make but making fine scotch is immeasurably more difficult than growing good weed - that's why it's called weed.  If you don't smoke I suspect you don't know what you're talking about.  Hint:  pick indica seeds.

Oh I know than you might think.  And I have personally gone down to the local pot shop and told them to NOT sell my husband Sativa.   He will not shut up when he uses it.

But it's nice you have your own little patch.   I grow all kinds of things in my garden.  But I wouldn't extrapolate my delicious vegetables to massive commercial grows.

I'm 70, I've had gardens since I was 5.  I had a 30 acre farm in Virginia, 2 acres of vegies, 1 acre of berries, an acre of fruit trees and the rest ornamentals - a 30 ACRE garden.

Haven't smoked for quite some time now - it's bad for the lungs especially when you're older.

But your concerns about the environment and hemp are misplaced.

Where was your 30 acre garden?   It is absolutely an issue  ...


Virginia, as I said.  Drip irrigation solves most water usage problems, nothing like the water needs of irrigating cotton in California.  Nowhere does it say that you have to grow stuff in Humboldt and nowhere does it suggest that growing wine is more environmentally sound than growing weed.  In fact, growing hemp does more carbon sequestration than wine vines and improves the soil more.  This is a silly discussion.  Also, I live in Iowa now which is the best farm land in the world.
 
2021-04-10 2:31:36 PM  
But your concerns about the environment and hemp are misplaced.

Porkbelly: Virginia, as I said.  Drip irrigation solves most water usage problems, nothing like the water needs of irrigating cotton in California.  Nowhere does it say that you have to grow stuff in Humboldt and nowhere does it suggest that growing wine is more environmentally sound than growing weed.  In fact, growing hemp does more carbon sequestration than wine vines and improves the soil more.  This is a silly discussion.  Also, I live in Iowa now which is the best farm land in the world.


My concern are about the lands that I reside in, which are not VA or IA.   It is very different out here.  I agree that weed doesn't need to be grown in Humboldt (or the Emerald Triangle...though that term gets on my last nerve, right up there with Lost Coast).  However, "Humboldt" has a certain cache, that frankly I'd be happy to see go away.

There are big firms that do come into Humboldt for exactly that reason.   Education in the best way to grow pot is what I am talking about.  Much like logging, at one time clear cutting was the way to go, then the effects of erosion, etc were recognized and selective logging became more accepted.   Paradigms change.

Also, someone who says what it is like in VA or IA and that that applies everywhere is kind of right up there with a certain person who said California should just rake it's forests.  The environment of California is being impacted by the Greenrush grows.
 
2021-04-10 2:56:37 PM  
I home schooled my self in both of those.  I don't need no stinkin degree
 
2021-04-10 2:58:57 PM  
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Good. Grand. Wonderful.
 
2021-04-10 3:00:18 PM  

Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.

From personal experience I say say with 100% accuracy an entire year's worth of smoking every day can be grown in a 20x20 plot with nothing but rainwater in Virginia.  Nothing needed but seeds.


What variety though?
 
2021-04-10 3:19:00 PM  
Bless your heart, subby.
 
2021-04-10 3:19:39 PM  
Art History is at the forefront of understanding cannabid production.

Cannabis, Duvall (uchicago.edu)

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Good book, full colour, scholarly, lots of pics, informative, introduces cannabis growing and production from different cultures and continents. 5/5 would read again. Amazon link.
 
2021-04-10 3:20:37 PM  

mudpants: I home schooled my self in both of those.  I don't need no stinkin degree


Maybe they'll give you credit for life experience?
 
2021-04-10 3:24:29 PM  

TWX: Cannabus?

Like, a Scottish version of the OBD protocol used for automotive systems communication?


No, the Northern New Mexico College is located in Española, NM. it's also the low-rider capital of the USA. This is probably the bus he's referring to:

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Hopefully they'll teach classes in El Rito, home to the El Faralito restaurant. I highly recommend their food as they have their own variety of green chili.
 
2021-04-10 3:27:33 PM  
There aren't too many things more tedious than arguments about how to grow pot.  Maybe that time I sat through three engineering students debating how to perfectly divide a pie into seven equal pieces.
 
2021-04-10 3:30:50 PM  

North_Central_Positronics: Cannabusses need maintenance too! 

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Is the body made from Fibergrass?
 
2021-04-10 3:53:35 PM  

Dewey Fidalgo: But your concerns about the environment and hemp are misplaced.

Porkbelly: Virginia, as I said.  Drip irrigation solves most water usage problems, nothing like the water needs of irrigating cotton in California.  Nowhere does it say that you have to grow stuff in Humboldt and nowhere does it suggest that growing wine is more environmentally sound than growing weed.  In fact, growing hemp does more carbon sequestration than wine vines and improves the soil more.  This is a silly discussion.  Also, I live in Iowa now which is the best farm land in the world.

My concern are about the lands that I reside in, which are not VA or IA.   It is very different out here.  I agree that weed doesn't need to be grown in Humboldt (or the Emerald Triangle...though that term gets on my last nerve, right up there with Lost Coast).  However, "Humboldt" has a certain cache, that frankly I'd be happy to see go away.

There are big firms that do come into Humboldt for exactly that reason.   Education in the best way to grow pot is what I am talking about.  Much like logging, at one time clear cutting was the way to go, then the effects of erosion, etc were recognized and selective logging became more accepted.   Paradigms change.

Also, someone who says what it is like in VA or IA and that that applies everywhere is kind of right up there with a certain person who said California should just rake it's forests.  The environment of California is being impacted by the Greenrush grows.


My last job, which was a retirement gig, was high school Earth science teacher.

If you want to find the boogie man of California growing look no further than the almond growers.  Also, there are MUCH better places to grow weed than Humboldt County.  It was convenient in the past for reasons other than the agronomy of the area.
 
2021-04-10 3:59:41 PM  

The more you eat the more you fart: Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.

From personal experience I say say with 100% accuracy an entire year's worth of smoking every day can be grown in a 20x20 plot with nothing but rainwater in Virginia.  Nothing needed but seeds.

What variety though?


Truthfully I don't know and it doesn't matter, weed seeds are open pollinated deals and 50 seeds from the same plant will produce 50 different varieties in the next generation.  Only by cloning do you get a true variety in the next generation.  This particular crop was VERY tiny all black seeds that same from a warehouse grow operation in Richmond that a friend of mine did.  That there were any seeds at all was because they failed to get rid of a male plant apparently.  I was not disappointed to discover the seeds in one large bud within the ounce bag that came my way.  This all occurred about 15 years ago anyway.

About 45 years ago I planted some seeds from Columbian red bud with very interesting results, although I had to harvest early because a certain farmer was snooping around his corn crop looking to figure out the harvest date and 25 year old me panicked.  Needed 2 or 3 more weeks.
 
2021-04-10 4:02:28 PM  
All the handwringing about cannabis' water and electricity demands is the same sort of fake concern we see about "the rights f unborn women" or your individual carbon footprint. The really bad actors, the mega corporations, the religious nuts, and the worst of industrial agriculture and fossil fuel extraction want to deflect attention from the really big sins.
 
2021-04-10 4:08:50 PM  
Apparently they are now offering Doctoral degrees...

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2021-04-10 4:14:35 PM  

Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.


Vote for Pedro.
 
2021-04-10 4:19:54 PM  
A bus cannae produce. Everyone knows this.
 
2021-04-10 4:36:36 PM  

oa330_man: the low-rider capital of the USA. This is probably the bus he's referring to: [i.pinimg.com image 640x394]


:D  That bus looks straight out of Roger Rabbit's Toon Town.
 
2021-04-10 4:52:45 PM  

Porkbelly: Dewey Fidalgo: I'd like to see courses on the economics of cannabis production.   The ethics of water use and land use as well.

Though, it would be amusing to see the FFA start working with those little future pot growers.   Seeing a trimmigrant wearing the blue corduroy jacket would make me smile.

From personal experience I say say with 100% accuracy an entire year's worth of smoking every day can be grown in a 20x20 plot with nothing but rainwater in Virginia.  Nothing needed but seeds.


20 20? Holy s*** that's huge!

Give me a 4x4 closet and I'm a very happy person. That equals six dense plants with lots and lots of colas. 4x4 for 4 months gives me a year easy.
 
2021-04-10 5:19:54 PM  
I now see that in drafting my art history my doctoral dissertation, I failed to mention cannabis or buses. I hope my committee doesn't pick up on that oversight.


/Given that I was working in the interwar period, there were, however, as many Nazis as in the Indiana Jones series.
//Art history is history that uses art as a central point of inquiry and not art appreciation, subby. But hey, I had a student complain in an evaluation that there was too much history . . .  in an art history survey course.
 
2021-04-10 5:23:22 PM  

oa330_man: Hopefully they'll teach classes in El Rito, home to the El Faralito restaurant. I highly recommend their food as they have their own variety of green chili.



Is that the restaurant that Peter van Dresser started?
 
2021-04-10 5:58:26 PM  

gilatrout: Cannabis dude.


Makes the claim about being a student of art history credible, that.
 
2021-04-10 6:00:17 PM  

North_Central_Positronics: Cannabusses need maintenance too! 

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Funny, that's what I thought. Catch the cannabus! Coming soon to repertory theatres near you as part of the Cheech and Chong film festival.
 
2021-04-10 6:02:07 PM  
Study art history, but have a pratical, in demand career to fall back on.

Agriculture is good.
 
2021-04-10 6:50:21 PM  
typo=instagreen
 
2021-04-11 12:19:56 AM  

oa330_man: TWX: Cannabus?

Like, a Scottish version of the OBD protocol used for automotive systems communication?

No, the Northern New Mexico College is located in Española, NM. it's also the low-rider capital of the USA. This is probably the bus he's referring to:

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Hopefully they'll teach classes in El Rito, home to the El Faralito restaurant. I highly recommend their food as they have their own variety of green chili.


Ok I have you farkied as Albuquerque.  Pretty much no one in ABQ knows about El Rito and El Faralito.  Excellent food indeed.  I'm going to have to update my farky for you.

We have a place up near Cañon Plaza.
 
2021-04-11 7:04:35 AM  
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Home Schooled...
 
2021-04-11 7:13:43 AM  
If I were younger, I'd get into the drug business, sell marijuana to kids who wanna get high since it's legal now. If I knew drugs would become legal, I wouldn't have gone to university. You can become a millionaire without higher education as long as what you do is profitable, and in today's world, it's you still make loads of money via sex and drugs. If you're ugly, you obviously won't make money using sex (no, kidnapping people to sell as sex slaves doesn't count, we're talking about legal businesses here). So your main option is selling legal drugs.

All hail to the government for making marijuana legal! Let people who wanna get high get baked! I really wish I got into this business earlier then I'd be living in paradise now.
 
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