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spider mites

A Mighty Fight: Stop Spider Mites, Russet Mites And Broad Mites On Marijuana Plants Before They Become A Problem

As marijuana growers know, mites are bad news. They ruin marijuana crops, according to the Environmental Protection Agency they’re partially responsible for bee extinctions, they mutate fast to build resistance to poisons, there are nearly 50,000 species, and — here’s the biggest ick of them all — some even colonize human skin. When it comes […]

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D.A.R.E.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Wants More Money for D.A.R.E.

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to again spend tons of taxpayer money on D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education), even though multiple studies show that the controversial anti-drug program is a waste of money. D.A.R.E. was created by police and politicians in the early 1980s. An average of $600 million taxpayer dollars per year were […]

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grow room

Summer Marijuana Grow Room Success Strategies

Some marijuana growers take the summer off, but many of us keep on running our marijuana grow rooms, even during summer heat. Let’s take a look at success strategies so you better manage the challenges of a summer marijuana grow room: Armor your plants with potassium silicate. Potassium silicate is present in rich soil, but […]

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marijuana dui

Marijuana and Driving: Marijuana DUI Police Warning

A recent Georgia traffic stop and arrest for alleged marijuana DUI typifies ongoing problems caused by marijuana DUI laws and police abuses. According to police reports, a Georgia traffic cop recently stopped driver Katelyn Ebner, a 23-year-old waitress who had just left work. Ebner was bewildered when Officer Tracy Carroll said Ebner had crossed the […]

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