Yearly Archives: 2016
9 Pounds of pot grown by a Cannagrapher.
Now that you grew all this, what are you going to do with it? Sometimes it is best to hang on to it for a better price, or a time when there is a shortage. Whatever, you best store it well so it stays fresh and smokeable over time.
What happens to cannabis as it gets older? The color changes to brown, the resins oxidate and lose their flavor and aroma, the potency of the high, or the desired medical effect is depleted.
Over time many methods were used to keep things… Continue reading
Flip Chip Opto releases a first-in-class 2400 watt high powered horticultural flip chip COB. The 2400 watt flip chip COB is part of their new Duet series geared towards the grow light industry. The Duet 2400 is based on the company’s 3-PAD Pillar Metal Core Printed Circuit Board technology. This technology allows a breakthrough in high powered horticultural flip chip LEDs, reducing junction temperatures to 0.003˚C/W on Duet 2400 at a maximum power of 2433 watts. Continue reading
Tissue Culturing is an interesting technique for replicating plants that has emerged over the last few years. Here we will explain what you need to know about, and how you might be using these plantlets, or so-called artificial seeds, in your own garden soon.
“The term “ tissue culture” is commonly used in a very wide sense to include in vitro aseptic culture of plant cells, tissue and organs. It is the term for “the process of growing cells artificially in the laboratory.” It involves both plant and animal cells. Tissue culture produces clones, in which all product cells have the same genotypes (unless affected by mutation during culture).” 
Can Cannabis Cure Autism? We Don’t Know, But It’s a Question Worth Asking
Cannabis is already helping children with autism
AutismOne, the world’s largest and most comprehensive autism conference, is delighted to announce a medical cannabis track for parents and professionals. The conference will be held May 25–29, 2016, at the Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel, Rosemont, IL.
Of tremendous interest is a scheduled presentation by Dr. Judy Mikovits titled “Can Cannabis Cure Autism? We Don’t Know, But It’s a Question Worth Asking.” Dr. Mikovits, whose long and distinguished career in immune dysfunction and retrovirology said, “Given the potential to mitigate human suffering and lost potential, not only is cannabis as a cure for autism a question worth asking, it is criminal not to do so.” Continue reading