It’s winter. Again. For all of you who grow cannabis outdoors it’s a nice time to think about what you’re going to do next year, perhaps read a book or two (or some blog posts). However, the best way to learn is to practice. So here I am to give you a little nudge inContinue reading “Cure the Winter Blues with a Winter Green”
Vol 2. I’m feeling nostalgic for the first cannabis plant I grew today. I didn’t think to clone her which was a pity. I will forever be chasing the carefree giddy high “Janie” supplied. Therefore for today’s post Christmas 420 Funsies I present: Canned Heat, by Jimiroquai. “Why?” You ask. Well … are you sittingContinue reading “Mix Master Grub vol 2”
I have a beef. It involves this article from the CBC: This only applies to residents of Manitoba, so most of us are in luck, but even that in itself is weird. Here is a quick summary for those of you who do not wish to read it: You can only legally carry cannabis inContinue reading “Plantiekatie Rantiekatie – Vol I”
Now that the outdoor growing season is over, many of you are planning for next year and now that you’ve got the grow bug in your brain you’re starting to consider a lil indoor plant. If you’re not a houseplant kind of person this can be very daunting so I’m going to spend the nextContinue reading “Jackie the First”
Well then. I’m tickled pink. This article from returntonow.net is an uplifting read. This is great news for bee populations across North America. Perhaps in the end, it will be the reintroduction of Hemp that saves us all.
I’m not the brightest bulb first thing in the morning. I’ll be the first to admit it. I am in one of two states when I wake up: Wildly energetic and ready to do everything a mile a minute while gushing all the thoughts that have been trapped in my head overnight (often much toContinue reading “Morning mishaps”
“Let’s start at the very beginning. A very good place to start.” – Julie Andrews in the Sound of Music When growing cannabis there is always the initial question: seeds or clones? This is up to personal preference as well as ability to nurture seedlings but for the pure joy of horticulture I highly suggestContinue reading “Making babies xo”
Before we get started it’s probably best to consider the possibility of a learning curve while trying to cultivate this oh so trendy (yes, I said it) plant. Let’s face it. Weed is in. Big time. It’s popularity is growing and so is your grandma. My best advice is to start by talking to someoneContinue reading “Before you start growing Cannabis”