It’s a cross of G-13 and OG Kush, crossed to Arcata Trainwreck. Should be pretty dank but you never know til you grow.
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Wild Rose – Sweet Seeds
Hibridación de una variedad poco conocida en Europa, pero que en Canadá y Norteamerica fue muy bien acogida, la Rosetta Stone de “The Brothers Grimm” que aporta unos tonos frescos y cítricos originales. La otra parte es una HOG, de la que hereda una dulzura a golosina degominola muy característica y sabrosa.
Es una planta con estructura de híbrido índico-sativo muy apta para el cultivo en interiorque en las primeras semanas de floración puede pasar desapercibida, pero que desde la tercera-cuarta semana sorprende por el engorde explosivo de sus cogollos que pueden llegar a triplicar su tamaño.
Wild Rose en una planta de fácil cultivo ideal tanto para cultivadores nóveles como para conocedores del cannabis que seguro quedarán satisfechos.
Indica / Sativa: 35-65%
THC: 15-20% CBD: 1,6% CBN: 0,5%
Producción en Interior: 400-550 gr/m2
Producción en Exterior: 350-550 gr/planta
Floración en Interior: 9 semanas
Cosecha en Exterior: mediados de Octubre.
Wild Rose 5 fem
This is a Hybrid of a little known variety in Europe but with a great following in Canada and North America, the Rosetta Stone of “The Brothers Grimm” gives the Wild Rose original fresh and citric touches. The another part is a HOG, giving it the sweetness of candy very characteristic and flavoursome. Wild Rose is a plant with an Indian/Sativa hybrid structure very well adapted for indoor cultivation. Wild Rose is an easy plant to cultivate both novices as well as the initiated in cannabis growing will surely be satisfied. 5 fem seeds / pack
Eureka’s New Medical Marijuana Dispensary
That’s the good news for us medical marijuana patients. The Hummingbird Healing Center is close to St. Joseph’s Hospital and near the bus.
Thanks to the stupidity of the Eureka City Council and City Manager this dispensary will provide NO TAX REVENUE to our cash strapped city because it is located OUTSIDE the city limits.
Way to go. Now maybe these idiots will come to their senses and allow reasonable medical marijuana in the city that is the capitol of the Emerald Triangle. One can only hope for intelligence in government. Of course I mean institutional stupidity. Councilmember Linda Atkins brought this forth courageously a few months ago and I hope she revisits it now that the dank is out of the bag.
Here is a link to the website for the Hummingbird Healing Center:
2701 Harrison Ave
Eureka CA 95501
38 people arrested in Mendocino pot raids
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT
MARCH IN SUPPORT OF MARIJUANA RIGHTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Don’t just sit there and hope you don’t get busted, come march and protest with us this wednesday september 16th.
We will meet at the corner of N Harbor and W Broadway @ noon, and march to the DA’s office from there.
Mendocino pot measure challenged in court
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT
Last Modified: Friday, September 11, 2009 at 7:03 p.m.
Medical marijuana advocates on Friday filed a lawsuit against Mendocino County officials over an ordinance that limits the number of pot plants that can be grown on a parcel of land and where those parcels can be located.
For Immediate Release: September 9th, 2009
San Diego Medical Marijuana Providers Latest Target as Aggressive Raids Continue
Enforcement action occurs the day after approval of San Diego medical marijuana task force
San Diego, CA — Americans for Safe Access (ASA), the nationwide patients’ rights advocacy organization, received reports today of several medical marijuana raids in the San Diego area by federal and local law enforcement. Today’s raids by the San Diego Police Department (SDPD), the San Diego Sheriff’s Department, with the support of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), occurred only a day after the San Diego City Council voted 6-1 to implement a medical marijuana task force to help the city draft local laws.
“Not only does the federal government have no place helping to enforce state and local medical marijuana laws,” said ASA California Director Don Duncan. “Local officials must regulate medical marijuana and enforce those laws with civil actions, not with the barrel of a gun.” According to local media, the raids were part of an ongoing investigation involving San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis, a notorious opponent of medical marijuana. “It is incumbent on District Attorney Dumanis to help pass local regulations in San Diego not to aggressively undermine safe access to medical marijuana,” continued Duncan.
Law enforcement was reported handcuffing and detaining several people on the scene of more than a half dozen raids. In typical fashion for such raids, medical marijuana, cash and other property has been seized. No violations have been alleged at this time. For years, safe access to medical marijuana in San Diego has been resisted by local officials, repeatedly calling on the federal government to conduct raids. In 2007 and 2008, continued federal and local raids forced the closure of more than 20 medical marijuana dispensing collectives. However, after the California Attorney General issued medical marijuana guidelines in August 2008, recognizing the legality of dispensing collectives, medical marijuana providers began operating again in San Diego.
Two weeks ago, the California Senate voted 23-15 on a resolution urging the federal government to end medical marijuana raids and to “create a comprehensive federal medical marijuana policy that ensures safe and legal access to any patient that would benefit from it.” Senate Joint Resolution (SJR) 14, introduced in June by State Senator Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) seeks to keep local enforcement in the hands of local officials and calls on Congress and the President to move forward with a new federal policy on medical marijuana.
Despite a presidential campaign promise made by Barack Obama, that he will not “be using Justice Department resources to try to circumvent state laws,” federal raids have continued under his Administration. “It’s of utmost importance that the Obama Administration give deference to local officials to implement local and state medical marijuana laws,” continued Duncan.
Senate Joint Resolution on medical marijuana: http://www.AmericansForSafeAccess.org/downloads/SJR_14.pdf
ASA fact sheet on SJR 14: http://www.AmericansForSafeAccess.org/downloads/SJR14_Fact_Sheet.pdf