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Phenotype was a surprise (even when Martijn said that this "haze" was of the #19 lineage "lightly" crossed with
a short node, short flowering indica for manageability), quite indica dominant: small leaves, up to five
medium-width short fingers, very light green, overall kind of "tender" looking. Very sensitive plant to minor
variations in nutrient availability, short plant with sparse foliage.
The female that was selected for cloning was VERY short, very OILY and with an unusual smell... in between
cellophane and grapes (imagine simultaneously smelling the clear plastic covering a new audio CD and Welch’s
concord grape juice, and you’ll have a close idea). High was intense, UP, heart-racing, but not overwhelming
(never over indulged it though, to avoid possible paranoia).
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oxious, boisterous, boring,
fatuous, inane, and often violent. A twenty-two-year-old college graduate, a "dealer,"
explains: "I go out in the drinking world, sorta.... A lotta my friends in school aren't hip to
drugs, and they don't think I am. It's really strange. When I'm stoned, I find it real hard,
'cuz, I don't know, their ways, you know, the jokes and slapping around and loud tones,
really gets to you after a while. But when I'm straight I can sorta take it. But not high." It
might be hypothesized that this sense of superiority grows out of real or imagined
criticism for partaking in a condemned activity. Regardless of the origin of the feeling, it
is genuine, and it forms an element in the marijuana subculture.
One of the more damaging antimarijuana arguments that users wish to demolish
revolves around the notion of the drug being capable of producing psychological
dependency. This item in the opposition's propaganda baggage is emphatically rejected;
users assert it simply does not happen. "I can take it or leave it," is an almost universal
response. Heroin addicts contrast sharply: they often can pinpoint the exact day they
realized they were hooked, and, at the more extended stages of use at least, almost never
deny their dependency, except insofar as it may be tactically advantageous. Anyone who
asserts that marijuana is as dependency-producing as heroin ("At this point the
marijuana user is just as 'hooked' as are the persons we used to call addicts")6 must
explain the vast difference between the claims of the two groups; true or false, we assume
that they tap some kind of underlying reality.
The following affidavit submitted by a former user in defense of a friend who was
arrested for marijuana possession illustrates the claim to the complete lack of power of
dependency in the chemical agent, cannabis; tobacco, the argument runs, in contrast, has
Marijuana is not harmful to my knowledge, because I have been using it
since 1949, almost daily, with only beneficial results. It has a relaxing effect
when tenseness is present. My depth of perceptions has been increased; this
carries over into times when I am not under the influence of marijuana.
Teaching children is my profession. I have been a teacher for thirty years
and at present am the teacher-principal of a public school. During school I
never feel the need of using cannabis sativa, however, each recess is eagerly
awaited for smoking cigarettes. I do not consider marijuana a habit-forming
drug, but to me nicotine is.7
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The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 4
After the furor which followed this public testament (given to a judge), its author wrote:
"... my house is 'clean.' I have had no marijuana in the house since then, nor have I
smoked it. This way I am able to prove that marijuana is not addictive or habit-forming,
any more than brushing one's teeth or listening to music is addictive."8
In an unp
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are then taken to the grow patch. A hole is dug in the ground and the
pot and plant is placed in the earth. The cardboard is removed and the
hole is filled in with soil. That way you have germinated your plant
and only need to worry about secondary factors such as light, security
and pests. The roots will find their way out of the bottom of the pot
and into the soil below. Don't worry about the roots not finding a way
out of the pot. They always do, that is their job.
Figure 3.17 - Picture by Slowhand.
Most outdoor growers favor this method. A patch near a river
is ideal. Easy access to water helps if there is a short draught.
Figure 3.18 - This is another picture of some great colas by
Here is a list of the basic items that are used to grow cannabis
plants indoors and out.
- Propagation tray.
- Rockwool cubes.
- Support sticks.
- Watering can.
- Water spray bottle.
- Spider Mite spray.
- Other bug sprays.
- A pair of scissors.
- A sharp knife.
- Grow nutrients.
- Rooting gels.
- Growth enhancing fertilizers.
- Large pitchfork.
- Small shovel.
As we advance to the latter stages of this book we will see that
the grower can equip himself/herself with much more items that can
help them on their quest for bigger buds!
The male plant is not a good smoke (Figure 3.19). This
however may not always be the case. Some strains have male plants
that produce more THC than other males of a different strain.
Sometimes the male can be stronger than a female from another weak
strain. Most male plants from good genetics are stronger than the
Ruderalis female. Males can be smoked or made into hash oil. Simply
wait until the plant is flowering and then clip the top 6 to 12 inches of
the plant away and remove the leaves. Throwaway any stems and
branches. Cure these leaves and then find out for yourself if the male is
any good or not. You may be in for a surprise.
Figure 3.19 - This is a good example of what a male plant looks like.
Instead of pistils we have small round pollen sacks. The picture is
from The Penguin.
Most seeds that fail to start germinating do so because their
shell is too hard to break open and allow water to seep in. At the end
of your germination period you may have found that 25% or more of
your seeds have not managed to pop out. You can help these seeds to
grow by using a method known as Scuffing.
Simply get a small box, like a matchbox. Line the inside of
the box with sandpaper. Place the seeds into the box. Cover the seeds
with more sandpaper. Close the box and shake the seeds in the box for
a few minutes. Now the seeds are scuffed and their outer shell should
be easier to pop open. Plant these seeds in soil and they should be able
Before we go any further we should really addr