Johnny Green

Johnny Green is a marijuana activist from Oregon. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Public Policy. Follow Johnny Green on Facebook and Twitter. Also, feel free to email any concerns.

Jan 302014
 January 30, 2014
Marijuana Businesses Need To Harness The Internet And Social Media

There are so many marijuana businesses popping up now that marijuana is mainstream, and I only see that trend growing more and more as time goes by. It seems like everyone and their grandma is scrambling to get in on the marijuana industry. I get e-mails daily from people asking what I think about a marijuana business that they just heard about, or what I think about a product or service that they are offering themselves. Something that is greatly lacking for most businesses in the marijuana industry is a [...]

What Are Feminized Marijuana Seeds?

 Posted by at 6:42 AM on January 29, 2014  Grower Tips
Jan 292014
 January 29, 2014
What Are Feminized Marijuana Seeds?

By Robert Bergman Feminized marijuana seeds are seeds that only produce female marijuana plants. But there are some misconceptions about marijuana, feminized marijuana seeds and hermaphrodites (plants that display intersexuality) which should be addressed. Unlike more complex organisms, marijuana is not firmly one sex or the other. It’s a very unusual plant in that it’s an annual plant that is also dioeciously (producing separate male and female flowers on different plants), but every marijuana plant has the ability to produce flowers of the opposite sex under certain circumstances. It’s a [...]

How To Make Cocoa Puff Marijuana Snacks

 Posted by at 6:37 AM on January 29, 2014  Cannabis Recipes
Jan 292014
 January 29, 2014
How To Make Cocoa Puff Marijuana Snacks

Cocoa Puff Cannabis Snacks Recipe Cereal is always pretty simple and easy, which is a favorite for stoners. But for those of us that like to get stoned, get motivated, do some awesome stuff, and then get more stoned, this recipe is for you. Taking a childhood favorite (Cocoa Puffs), this will teach you how to make dank Cocoa Puffs ganja treats that you’ll love and your friends will love, if you can even bring yourself to share them. Ingredients: 2½ tablespoons melted butter ½ cup cocoa powder 1 cup [...]

Jan 292014
 January 29, 2014
A Quick Note On Missouri Marijuana Reform Initiatives

By John Payne I realize that everyone is very excited about starting a signature gathering campaign immediately, but please remember that we are still not certain about a 2014 campaign. When we were drafting the proposed amendments, the goal was always to have legalization on the ballot by 2016. We hoped it could be done in 2014, but it was always an outside shot. According to the conventional wisdom, a legalization campaign in an off-year election like 2014, in a conservative-leaning state like Missouri should be doomed to failure. I [...]

Jan 292014
 January 29, 2014
NFL Should Look Into Medical Marijuana, Says Seattle Seahawks Coach

Courtesy of The Joint Blog Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll believes that the NFL should look into allowing the use of medical cannabis, as a means of taking the best possible care of its players. “I would say that we have to explore and find ways to make our game a better game and take care of our players in whatever way possible,”Carroll said in a press conference today, the first day of practice for the Seahawks prior to the Superbowl. “Regardless of what other stigmas might be involved, we have to [...]

Jan 282014
 January 28, 2014
Senator Schumer And Texas Governor Perry Support States Legalizing Marijuana

Growing Bi-Partisan Support on Heels of  Obama Calling New Laws Legalizing Marijuana in Colorado and Washington ‘Important’ NEW YORK: Today, Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) expressed his support for allowing states to move forward with taxing and regulating marijuana, telling MSNBC that “having the states experiment is a good idea.” Schumer, the senior U.S. Senator from New York and the third ranking Democrat in the Senate, made the statement just days after similar comments by Texas Governor and former Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry. At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Perry, defended the [...]

Jan 282014
 January 28, 2014
2014 Denver County Fair To Have Marijuana Contests

Courtesy of The Joint Blog In a historic first for a county fair in the United States, the Denver County Fair – being held on August 1st through the 3rd - will feature multiple cannabis-themed contests, from plant judging, to joint rolling. Cannabis is a major theme for the Denver County Fair this year; they even placed a cannabis leaf on the 2014 poster. “We thought it was time for us to take that leap and represent one of the things Denver has going on,” says Tracy Weil, the fair’s Marketing and [...]

Jan 282014
 January 28, 2014
Fire Anti-Marijuana DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart

DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart recently stated that the lowest point of her career was seeing a hemp flag flying at the Colorado state capital. Not her co-workers that died in the line of fire. Not when the DEA was working with drug cartels helping them smuggle drugs into the United States. It was when a hemp flag flew over the capital in Colorado…It makes one wonder, does Michele Leonhart have a lot of hate in her heart towards our founding fathers, who used hemp for flags quite often? Below is [...]

Jan 282014
 January 28, 2014
Afgoo Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures

Afgoo Cannabis Strain Review And Pics I have smoked a lot of Afgoo in my day. It’s very common in the Willamette Valley of Oregon where I live. I always love the abundant trichome coverage on Afgoo nugs. Most of the Afgoo I have smoked is dense, which isn’t uncommon for indicas. The smell is fruity, but not too pungent. The taste is not as desirable to me compared to other strains, but it’s distinct, and I think you get an acquired taste to it. Watch out, because Afgoo packs [...]

Jan 272014
 January 27, 2014
DEA Chief Faces Backlash For Criticizing Obama's Marijuana Comments

By Phillip Smith Criticism is mounting over reported remarks last week of DEA chief Michele Leonhart in a speech to the Major Counties Sheriffs Association. Leonhart criticized her boss, President Obama, for acknowledging in a recent interview that marijuana is not more dangerous than alcohol and that the experiments with marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington were “important.” Precisely what Leonhart told the gathered sheriffs is unclear because no media were allowed in the room, but the anti-legalization sheriffs ate it up, according to the Boston Herald, which spoke with some of them. “She’s [...]