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Maryland medical marijuana law is a farce

Maryland Medical Marijuana Law Is a Farce

As a legal Washington state medical marijuana grower and patient, I was disappointed when my employer transferred me to Baltimore, Maryland. My disappointment came because if you’re an individual who wants to grow your own Maryland medical marijuana, it’s illegal, with no exceptions. Before I got transferred to Maryland, I’d mistakenly believed the state had […]

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Canadian marijuana legalization

Justin Trudeau & Canadian Marijuana Legalization: The Real Story

Here in Canada, marijuana growers are relieved that Justin Trudeau and the Labor Party defeated Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservatives. Stephen Harper is a right-wing drug warrior who tried to destroy the medical marijuana grower licensing system that allowed 30,000 Canadian medical marijuana patients to grow their own medicine. Harper increased penalties for […]

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Marijuana carbohydrates boost growth

Marijuana Carbohydrates Boost Growth, Root Function, Bud Size, & THC

Why do some marijuana growers give molasses or hydroponics carbohydrates products like Bud Candy to their marijuana plants? The answer is that added carbohydrates fuel healthier, higher-yielding cannabis plants. Here’s how it works… Marijuana plants use photosynthesis to create carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are the primary internal energy source for marijuana plants. But being an energy source […]

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California law harms marjiuana growers

New California Medical Marijuana Law Harms Marijuana Growers

In 1996, voters legalized California medical marijuana by passing Proposition 215. It was the country’s first successful medical marijuana ballot proposal, and it started the marijuana legalization revolution that we see today in Colorado, Oregon, Washington, Michigan and other states. In October 2015, Governor Jerry Brown and the California legislature killed Prop. 215, making life […]

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Marijuana Op

Newbie Marijuana Grow Op Tips: Minimum Needs

As Oregon, Washington, Colorado, California, Michigan, and other states legalize marijuana cultivation, more and more people are wondering if they should become newbie marijuana growers. It makes sense to grow your own marijuana instead of buying it. It costs less to grow ounces of weed rather than buy them. Only when you run your own […]

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Oregon Marijuana

Marijuana Growers React to New Oregon Marijuana Law

Oregon marijuana growers aren’t happy about the state’s new “Measure 91” marijuana law, which was voter-approved in 2014 and went into effect in October, 2015. Oregon’s “Control, Regulation, and Taxation of Marijuana and Industrial Hemp Act” allows people 21 and over to purchase, possess, and grow marijuana. Individuals 21 and over can possess eight ounces […]

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Outdoor Marijuana

Outdoor Marijuana End-of-Season Harvesting Tactics

Outdoor marijuana season is in its final and most important phase in most parts of North America. The BigBudsMag.com team extends its sympathy to outdoor marijuana growers in Northern California, especially Lake County, where wildfires have consumed thousands of marijuana plants and dozens of indoor grow ops… along with homes, businesses, and other valuable property. […]

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Marijuana Plants

Why Marijuana Plants from the Same Strain Grow, Yield & Look Different

Sometimes on marijuana grower forums I see people claiming it doesn’t matter what you feed your marijuana plants. They falsely claim that genetics determine all your outcomes. However, I’ve seen plenty of evidence that nutrients and other factors affect how marijuana plants grow. Individual marijuana plants aren’t identical copies of their original genetics. They’re heavily […]

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