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Buying & Shipping Marijuana Clones

Buying, trading, selling, and shipping marijuana clones has become big business since full marijuana legalization took hold in Colorado, California, Oregon, Washington, and other states. If you live in a legalized marijuana state such as California, you can get marijuana clones from sellers such as you see here, here, and here. If you live in […]

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Canadian Marijuana Growers Say: Don’t Import Sativa from Australia

Why does the Canadian government show blatant disrespect for Canadian marijuana growers? Even if newly-elected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau follows through on his pledge to “legalize marijuana,” what he means by that is the big government-licensed corporations that legally grow and sell Canadian marijuana will get a bigger monopoly and bigger market share. Marijuana […]

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Canadian Government Wants to Nark Out Marijuana Growers

The war on marijuana growers and medical marijuana patients isn’t over in North America, despite marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington. And one of the worst examples of this is in Canada. On April Fool’s Day (April 1st) the conservative Stephen Harper government was hoping to officially end the amazingly successful decade-plus program that allowed […]

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B.C. Bud: Canadian Marijuana Growing Industry Grow Tips

B.C. Bud. Fifteen years ago that was the marijuana many of us were smoking, especially on the west coast. Now there’s a 3-part video series that shows marijuana growers how the B.C. growers made their millions! Grown in massive British Columbia grow ops, and in one of every six houses in beautiful Vancouver, Canada, B.C. […]

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