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    Making Music with my Computer, Working in the wood-shop.

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  1. They're getting along well now. Day before yesterday it was 115-120 around here. Today it was in the 60's with mist. That's Vegas heat! I don't know how people live there.
  2. You may not have heard of Chris Conrad and Mikki Norris, but we’ve all been affected by their work. The Power Couple of Pot have traveled the world working for justice, created organizations, books, museums and exhibits and were instrumental in California’s legalization of both medicinal and adult use cannabis. From Prop. 215 to Prop. 64, they have worked side by side with every major cannabis reform organization such as the Drug Policy Alliance, NORML and the Marijuana Policy Project. Their efforts and those of the many cannabis legalization activists have been critical in the success of brining cannabis out of the shadow of prohibition and into the light of safe, reliable, local and affordable legal access. Chris and Mikki will be the featured speakers at the teleconference at 1 p.m. on Saturday, September 5 of the Marijuana Anti-Prohibition Project speaking on Prop. 64, Kamala Harris and the ancient and once again burgeoning movement for the spiritual uses of cannabis. Their historical perspective on cannabis legalization in California is legendary. Not only involved in the creation and passage of. Prop. 215, the first medical marijuana initiative in the nation, they were committed to making it work after passage. In 2004 Chris became a member of San Francisco’s Medical Marijuana Task Force where he worked with then SF District Attorney Kamala Harris. A great deal of controversy surrounds Ms. Harris’s tenure as DA and Chris will present a first-person perspective on whether she helped or hindered implementation of Prop. 215 in SF. He will also present a nuanced and reasoned look at her position and actions on medical marijuana and legalization as California’s Attorney General and U.S. Senator as well as what her role would be as Vice-President in advancing legalization if Biden wins the presidency. The point people specifically working with the medical marijuana community for the passage of Prop. 64, Chris and Mikki will reveal the much heralded and derided story behind the story of the passage of California’s legalization initiative. Mikki has become extensively involved in the spiritual uses of cannabis and is working to create a welcoming environment for the many different types of spirit-centered cannabis ingestion. She will review the legal landscape surrounding the increasing use of cannabis for spiritual enlightenment and what needs to be done to make it as acceptable as any other sacramental plant. Join Chris and Mikki on Saturday, Sept. 5 at 1 p.m. for the free MAPPteleconference for the stories of the plant that have shaped your life. There will be plenty of time for questions following the presentations. ------------------------------------------------------------- I withheld the Contact info if you want to join in the call send me a PM and I'll send you the info.
  3. tacman7

    Purple

    No we don't smoke any, we Bhangen maahn. I try and get a variety of clones but I throw those labels away right off, I could never keep track of them. We do a gradual harvest of the ripest buds top down so it's a blend that's pretty consistent for the season. People I get clones from are all into those strains. I get flowers from them some times which is where I got the purple.
  4. So this was a full page ad in todays LA Times.
  5. tacman7

    Purple

    Yeah, I don't know what those hairs are, looks parts from a different plant but they showed up in two random grabs for pictures. The workload to trim up enough in the Summer to last the rest of the year got too much. Especially with the way we consume it, big waste of time. Weezard used to advocate to leave them alone, those little leaves protect the bud etc. It just seemed nuts to me because what you're trimming is about half covered in tricombs. Let the blender sort it out. I've been doing so much better with my arthritis but I hesitate to claim it's the purple but it's definitely part of the solution.
  6. tacman7

    Purple

    Thought I would update this post. I dried these out with my new method of not trimming them, just remove large fans and sticks. I like the new workflow. Also I'm not putting them in jars, using plastic bins, lazy dog ranch. Really good medicine, I'm able to get some work done with it.
  7. Early flower is looking pretty good. One box didn't get going but is coming back. They won't be able to catch up but they will be some good little plants I believe. 101 today and started to rain. I thought, this feels like Texas. Got some wilted leaves few days back on a 107 degree day. I'm running swamp cooler 1/2 hour on 1/2 hour off when it gets that hot.
  8. Sorry, didn't realize this was such an old post. Not spaced out, just took me that long to think about the question.
  9. Still have one bed back on the right that is doing ok, just not keeping up with everyone else there. Just sprayed Diatomaceous earth on the leaves last night. Only have one click on the lights left then I'll be running no lights and they can flower when they want.
  10. Cool, I'll be adding some on top of the beds. Friend has an electric sprayer, pretty cool. He added some kelp and CaMg and things and some Diatomaceous earth. They do that regularly, this might be all I need.
  11. House Passes Major Federal Legalization Bill The House of Representatives passed the Blumenauer-McClintock-Norton-Lee amendment to the annual federal appropriations bills which prevents the Dept. of Justice from spending any money to enforce federal marijuana prohibition laws in states that have legal medical AND adult-use. With almost one in every four Americans now living in states that allow for the adult-use of marijuana, the importance of this legislation cannot be underestimated as it will stop almost all federal enforcement action against legal licensed cannabis businesses. Since 2014, Congress has passed annual spending bills that have included language protecting those who engage in the state licensed use, production, and dispensing of MEDICAL cannabis from most prosecutions by the Department of Justice. The Blumenauer-McClintock-Norton-Lee amendment expands these protections to also include activities specific to the production and sale of cannabis to adults in the eleven states that have LEGALIZED the plant for anyone age 21 or older. Passing with a very respectable 254 to 163, cannabis has been touted as a bipartisan issue. Maybe, but if it really is a bipartisan it has to be one of the most lopsided bipartisan issues passed in 2020 with 97% of the Democratic caucus (222 of 228) voting yes and only16% of the Republican caucus (31 of 188) voting yes. An almost identical amendment was passed by the House last year, but failed to be included in the Senate’s appropriation bill. With Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) still in control of the Senate, the same fate probably awaits it. But who knows? Senators like Cory Garnder (R-CO), who is in a tight re-election campaign and is probably a bigger booster of legalized cannabis then his Democratic opponent, former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, would definitely get a boost if the Senate passed it. With the Republicans in danger of losing the Senate, maybe they will pass it to help him get re-elected but I would advise against holding your breath. There was also a major success at the California Democratic Party's Executive Board meeting last weekend where a resolution was passed in favor of allowing cannabis lounges to operate independently with a licensing system similar to obtaining one to sell beer and wine at restaurants and taverns. For those who understand the licensing for alcohol, a licensing system similarto beer and wine for cannabis lounges would be a tremendous step in the right direction in making cannabis far more available then it currently is under the byzantine system currently in operation.
  12. Can you run some light? I put cheap led bulbs around my plants and extend the daylight a little in the morning and evening to keep them in Veg. Probably not what you want to do if you live next to a police station or something. But you can keep them in veg long as need be. Then you got the whole Winter to flower in. I'm just now weaning the plants off the light to start flower in a few weeks.
  13. So that can be a foliar spray? seen some that come with a duster. You put on the soil and water in or dust/spray leaves? Thanks
  14. My grow is off to a good start but I've seen this color thing on a few plants. Is that magnesium deficiency? What would I do for that? Epsom salt? Thanks
  15. tacman7

    Purple

    This really seems to help with inflammation I have from arthritis. Not too stony either but seems to add something to the mix. I drink 3 different bhangs. Old fashioned from grows before 2019 and regular which was last years crop and now purple. Don't have to label the jar, you can see which one is purple.
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