Growing Marijuana – Soil Versus Hydroponic

 Posted by at 7:32 AM on January 7, 2013  Grower Tips
Jan 072013
 January 7, 2013
Growing Marijuana - Soil Versus Hydroponic

What is better, soil grown marijuana or hydroponically grown marijuana? It’s a debate that has gone on for a long, long time, and I doubt it will end anytime soon. The only other topic that is as hotly debated among marijuana growers is whether outdoor (sun grown) is as good as indoor. I would imagine those debates will continue in the comments below, which I encourage! Below is a video discussing the benefits of soil and hydroponics.

Jan 072013
 January 7, 2013
White House Refuses To Honor Petition For Medical Marijuana Provider

The White House accepts petitions, acting like if the petitions get enough signatures that there will be some type of action that comes out of it. Apparently if you are a medical marijuana provider facing a virtual life sentence for a harmless act, exceptions are made and a response is withheld. Below is the White House’s response to Montana medical marijuana provider Chris Williams’ petition. There’s a link at the bottom to tell the White House what you think…I encourage all readers to do so: Why We Can’t Comment on [...]

Jan 062013
 January 6, 2013
Michigan Embraces Cannabusinesses In 2013

Existing Entities Expand, Outside Interests Begin Operations At Outset Of 2013 by Rick Thompson A recent series of press releases heralds the marijuana industry’s upcoming contributions to a strong Michigan economy in 2013. Mediswipe has announced Birmingham, Michigan will be their new corporate headquarters for United States operations. The company specializes in electronically processing transactions within the healthcare industry. Their previous headquarters was located in Southern Florida. Per their press release: “While the states out west including Colorado and Washington figure out total legalization, we would prefer to focus on [...]

Jan 062013
 January 6, 2013
Arizona Rep. John Kavanagh Wants More Teens To Use Marijuana

By Romain Bonilla Some men just want to watch the world burn. Arizona lawmaker John Kavanagh goes further than that: he wants to see more teenagers burn. In 2010, Arizona voters approved Proposition 203, which established a medical marijuana program through which qualified patients could access cannabis-based medicines. Reforming marijuana policy in the state not only provided sick people with an effective remedy, but also led to a decrease in the rates of marijuana use among teenagers, according to a report by the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission. While teen marijuana [...]

Jan 052013
 January 5, 2013
How Long Does Marijuana Stay in Your System? Infographic

The data used to create this infographic is gathered from research on drug testing methods and the information presented by drug screen manufacturers. Some resources include Redwood Toxicology, Cannabis Drug Testing,California NORML. The information presented is only a guide or estimate since drug testing has many variables that can influence a positive or negative outcome. How Long Does Marijuana Stay in your System? is the most frequently asked question that we receive at HomeHealthTesting.com. While there is no definitive answer, we have presented some guidelines. The only way to really know if [...]

Jan 052013
 January 5, 2013
Early Bird Registration Extended For National Medical Cannabis Unity Conference

By Steph Sherer, Executive Director, Americans for Safe Access As we begin the New Year, Americans for Safe Access is pleased to tell you about some exciting new developments about the National Medical Cannabis Unity Conference taking place in February in Washington, DC! First, we are pleased to announce some of our new Convening Sponsors that will be assisting to facilitate the meetings, panels and workshops at the conference. The Convening Sponsors will ensure that the many different stakeholders involved in the medical cannabis community will be represented. Each of [...]

Jan 052013
 January 5, 2013
Obama Throwing Medical Cannabis Patients Into Prison At An Alarming Rate

This Month Will See A Number Of Patients Sentenced, Sent To Prison Despite Compliance With State Medical Marijuana Laws Washington, DC – Fallout from the Obama Administration’s aggressive federal enforcement in medical marijuana states has reached a fever pitch this month with three people being sentenced, two others due to surrender to federal authorities to serve out sentences of up to five years in prison, and one federal trial in Montana currently scheduled for January 14th. Two of the three people being sentenced in the coming month — Montana cultivator [...]

Jan 052013
 January 5, 2013
High Times Author Releases Book About Legalizing Marijuana In Colorado

Legalized It!: Inside Colorado And Washington State’s Historic Votes To End Marijuana Prohibition, And Other Tales Of Adventure From A Fully-Embedded High Times Reporter One of my prized possessions is a book that my father bought me called ‘The Official High Times Pot Smoker’s Handbook. I have shown that book to as many people as I can find that will look at it because it’s so full of education and entertainment. There is no equal to it on the market today. The author, David Bienenstock, is someone that I have admired [...]

Jan 052013
 January 5, 2013
Questions And Answers Regarding Medical Marijuana In Massachusetts

Massachusetts has put out a new document outlining the frequently asked questions, and answers, about medical marijuana in Massachusetts. A special thanks to Shaleen Title for bringing it to everyone’s attention! FAQ Regarding Medical Marijuana in Massachusetts In November 2012, Massachusetts voters approved a ballot question which allows qualifying patients with certain medical conditions to obtain and use medical marijuana. While the ballot question makes medical marijuana legal in the state, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health must consider several important issues to ensure safe and responsible use. To that end, DPH has [...]

Jan 052013
 January 5, 2013
What Michigan Medical Marijuana Patients Need To Know In 2013

Near the close of the 2011-12 legislative session, the Michigan legislature passed a  series of six bills that will alter the rights and obligations of patients participating in Michigan’s medical marijuana program. As originally introduced, many of these bill  contained language that would have been disastrous for patients and the medical  marijuana community. For example, HB 4834 originally called for making confidential  registry information available to police through the Law Enforcement Information Network. However, after MPP pointed out the potential negative consequences and vocal advocates throughout the state brought them [...]