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(Boston Herald)   Massachusetts pot regulators welcome Big Weed   ( bostonherald.com) divider line
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2013-04-04 12:33:06 PM  
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I'm waiting to see how the CO. regs work out (6 plants for personal use).

Any yahoo with half-a-brain and and cheap fluoro setup (three 48" shop fixtures and 6 GE Sunlight F40's), with excellent seed stock, can keep a garden going indoors, for cheap, forever.  Sure, the horticultural purists and those who wanna shoot weed porn will cluck their tongues at the lack of perfect foliage and drooping colas.  However, with an excellent Sativa cultivar, one can simply keep the lights riding the tops of the plants and start to snipping away on the third set of plates; nuke the greenery in the microwave - two hits from vaporizer not sufficient?  Get a better cultivar (old Santa Marta/Thai will do).

Damn plant doesn't warrant any more than a listing in Park/Thompson Morgan seed catalogs:  Attractive, reseeding, annual, ornamental.

Couple more State's voters push through CO style reform and the jig is up.  The difference between ditch weed and `bottled in bond' is choice of seed (primarily).  State sanctioned, overpriced `medicine'?  Niche market.
2013-04-04 12:13:58 PM  
1 vote:
Just another pipe dream.
2013-04-04 11:44:45 AM  
1 vote:

powtard: Here come Marlboro Greens.

Menthols? Blech.
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