2 Dan's Legal Medical Marijuana Garden.

dansdiamond

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6/14/2019- I have been growing Marijuana for the last 9 years.
It helped me through my cancer, and other old age ailments I have picked up. I do not sell any, but my family, friends, and neighbors love me. LOL
This is my start for 2019.
 

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dansdiamond

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These were my plants from last year. I had 18. The 2nd picture. The plant grew over eight foot tall.
 

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Doc

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You must have a green thumb. :wow:

So, how do you keep the male plants out? Females good, males bad, right?
 

dansdiamond

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A little over two week since I showed this years crop.
 

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QSis

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What are your containers, Dan, and where do you get them?

Do you ever change the soil, or amend it?

Lee
 

dansdiamond

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What are your containers, Dan, and where do you get them?

Do you ever change the soil, or amend it?

Lee
Amazon has them, they are not expensive. I use both 10 gal & 25 gal fabric pots.
"Porous fabric used in fabric pots allows air to enter the root zone from all surfaces of the container. This aeration provides a healthy environment for the roots as well as supports beneficial microorganisms and bacteria.Mar 1, 2018."

I do add nutrients to the soil weekly. Early before flowering, I use Jacks
20-20-20.
 

dansdiamond

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The 2 small plants are finally starting to grow. The big one is going to be a monster.
 

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dansdiamond

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My Big Plant 8/19/19
 

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dansdiamond

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My 2 small plants- We can grow till almost November here in Northern CA.
 

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dansdiamond

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February 13th 2020
I just picked this Clone up from the dispensary today.
The strain is Do Si Do . THC 20%+.
It is still too cold to grow outside. I'll keep her in my closet till early April.
"About Do-Si-Dos.
Named in the tradition of its parent strain Girl Scout Cookies, Do-Si-Dos is a soothing indica hybrid. This bud combines aromatic Girl Scout Cookies and the body-melting indica, Face Off OG. The product is a pungent and well-balanced strain whose effects seem to last longer than average."
 

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QSis

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Dan and Lucky, do you both smoke it?

I have a good friend who smokes pot to reduce anxiety. Problem is, she has COPD.

I would love to help her grow a couple of plants, but don't want to encourage her to smoke.

What are the cons of eating it? Takes too long to feel the effect?

Lee
 

dansdiamond

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Hi Lee-
Yep- We both enjoy smoking herb.(Not ever tobacco.) A few year back; I had part of my lung removed. (Cancer) I've hear a lot of stories about cannabis & COPD. You can google that and find a lot of information. Yesterday I had a CT Scan. I see my DR. next week for results. After my surgery; I couldn't walk 50 yards with out stopping to get my breath back. I can pretty much walk a couple miles now. I really believe that cannabis has help me. Again, I'll let you know what my results are when i talk to my DR next week. Edibles make good sense, There are plenty of recipes how to make edibles with your plants by googling. Brownies is most people's first attempt at making edibles.
Google- 1, Cannabis & Lung Cancer. 2. Growing Cannabis. 3. Cannabis Brownies. If you can buy your edibles at a dispensary. The packages are well marked how much THC is in the package. A candy bar might have 100mg THC, you can break off 10mg's at a time, so you can judge just how high you want to get. My 1st time I ate an edible. I ate 100 mg's, and I didn't feel it, so I went to sleep, woke up in the middle of the night to Pee, and I was bouncing off walls. I was stoned to the max. There are all types of edibles. My daughter loves the jellies. 10 jellies to a package, each has 10 mg THC. We both like to do 5 each or 50 mg's. We know we will be high in about 1 hour, and it will last a good 4 hours.
American Lung Association says smoking cannabis might not be good for you because you hold the smoke longer in your lung. To me, I think it has helped, because I feel I've stretched my lungs from smoking and holding the weed. The big question wither it has hurt me any, I'll know next week. Again about your friend growing the plants- It is good idea, especially if she wants to make her own edibles. The problem with that, It is hard to know how strong your edibles are going to be. I've made them, I prefer to buy them from a dispensary, so I know the exact dosage. I hope this helped a little Lee.
 

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I have a Medical Marijuana License, due to my Eye problems.......... that being said, I've been 'treating' myself to this consciousness altering tool since the "Stoned Age" of the sixties..... Difference is, it used to be 'Recreational' ; now it's 'Medical' ...
 
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