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Marijuana strains

The Landrace Before Time: Growing The Original And Legendary Foundational Marijuana Strains

Most marijuana strains we grow today are descendants of foundational landrace strains gathered by intrepid cannabis adventurers in the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s. Until the beginning of the 1990s marked the advent of accelerated hybrid cannabis breeding and a rapid increase in the number of breeders that accompanied marijuana cultivation legalization in North America, if […]

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Islamic terrorism

Marijuana Growers are Soldiers in the War on Islamic Terrorism

Republican Representative Trent Franks, a member of Congress from Arizona, says Islamic terrorism is imported into the United States in bales of marijuana! Franks, a right-wing conservative who supports unrestricted gun rights, opposes a woman’s right to choose abortion, denies that humans affect the climate, and is a long-time drug warrior, made the claim when […]

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Police Out of Control

Marijuana Growers Have Always Known Police are Out of Control

People watch videos of police killing non-violent, often-unarmed civilians, and they’re outraged. But members of the marijuana community already know that some police officers are criminals who abuse citizens they’re sworn to protect. We know that policing is dangerous work, and we appreciate the good that police do. But there are far too many occasions […]

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Injured Veterans Defy VA to Use Medical Marijuana

Kevin M. was 21-years-old and unemployed when he caused a DUI car wreck that injured two people. The judge gave him the option of going to jail, or going into the army. This was in 2006, when the Iraq and Afghanistan wars were both going full-throttle, when U.S. soldiers were being shot, blown up, and […]

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