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How strong a smell is weed outside?

I think it’s fairly obvious answer in some respects, but whenever my friends have smoked it in the past at University they’ve always done it in their student house or outside with no worries.

However I have the house to myself all summer ( ) as my mum is away. She and her partner have bought a brand new house and I’m kind of the first person to live on it while they’re crusing. Now they told me not to have anyone smoking in the house. And maybe I could get rid of the scent by October, but still It’d be disrespectful to not do that for them, seen as they’re giving me somewhere to stay.

So I thought if my mates want to smoke weed they could in the back garden. Its a detached house and we have just one neighbour to our left who is some 70 odd year old woman on her own. Do you think it will be that overwhelming, and obvious that it was cannabis as I don’t want to give the wrong impression of what her new neighbours are like for my mum?

Just trying to think, It’d just be say during a BBQ having a few, and of course it’s illegal and shouldn’t condone it but just wanted peoples thoughts on how likely it is to be obvious for an old neighbour.

Also if say the police came (now I’m just over-thinking), if people were smoking, I could just refuse them to come in couldn’t I? Or have I just been watching too much of the bill 😛

How strong a smell is weed outside? I think it’s fairly obvious answer in some respects, but whenever my friends have smoked it in the past at University they’ve always done it in their student

How Long Does the Smell of Weed Last?

Weed is aromatic, without a doubt — cannabis is infamous for the strength and variety of its scents. Typically, the more pungent the aroma, the higher quality of cannabis. Many consumers “follow their noses” to find their favorite cultivars. While we love the delicious smell of each strain’s terpene bouquet, sometimes cannabis odors must be kept to a minimum.

Where Does Cannabis’ Smell Come From?

Cannabis’ signature scent comes from compounds inside the plants’ trichomes called terpenes , or terpenoids. Terpenes are organic, aromatic compounds that provide the aroma and flavor in cannabis and a variety of other organisms, including plants. Each cultivar has its own unique arrangement of terpenes, and there are more than 200 terpenes in cannabis alone. This is why different cultivars can deliver citrus, pine, coffee, spicy, diesel, herbal and tropical flavors — they each have distinct terpene profiles.

What Affects the Strength of Weed’s Smell?

Multiple environmental factors contribute to how powerful a cultivar’s odor is when you first open the cap. Are you smoking your flower indoors or outdoors? Is your AC running, and how good is the airflow in the room? Are your windows open? All of these play a role in how long strong your weed smells throughout the smoking problem.

Using different consumption gear can also minimize the strength of your weed’s smell. Glassware like a bowl or, even better, a bong produces less stink than a constantly burning joint or blunt. Vapes are even better, as they can burn cannabis at lower temperatures that reduce the smell. However, it’s important to keep your gear clean , as a dirty bong or vape can sometimes give off stronger aromas with the buildup of plant matter.

Storage also plays a huge role in the strength of your weed’s smell. Keep your flower in dark, glass jars in a cool, dark space—not only will this put a literal lid on your flowers’ smell, but proper storage also minimizes exposure to light and air degradation. When properly stored, well-grown and well-cured cannabis can maintain its terpenes and cannabinoids up to two years.

How Do I Minimize the Smell of Weed?

After a particularly strong-smelling smoke session, you may find yourself needing to minimize the odorous evidence. Helpful deodorizers like Febreeze or scented deodorant will mask the smell, though not eliminate it entirely. Burning incense or scented candles can also keep the smell at bay.

In real-time, blowing smoke out of an open window or into an air conditioner vent will help circulate the cannabis smell out of a room. You can also make a blow tube, sometimes called a sploof, to catch the smoke. A sploof is a tube of cardboard with a dryer sheet wrapped around one end that will “catch” and diffuse the smell of weed.

Finally, if you need to smoke in stealth mode, make sure to wash any clothes that smell like weed to completely remove the scent. When you burn cannabis, you release additional compounds into the air, including ones that stick to your hair, skin, clothing, and other surfaces. Even if you can’t smell it (thanks to the interesting phenomenon called olfactory adaptation , when aromatic molecules bind to the receptors in our noses and prevent us from detecting a specific odor), it’s worth it to do a cursory rinsing off of the evidence.

How Long Does the Smell of Weed Last? Weed is aromatic, without a doubt — cannabis is infamous for the strength and variety of its scents. Typically, the more pungent the aroma, the higher

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THE DRAGON KNOWS BEST

Welcome to the original Dragon Weed Barcelona. One of the oldest and most reputable cannabis clubs in Barcelona. We have been spreading happiness for more than 7 years now. In Barcelona, you can find more than 150 cannabis clubs, but less than 10 are worth a visit.

THE DRAGON KNOWS BEST

Welcome to the original Dragon Weed Barcelona. One of the oldest and most reputable cannabis clubs in Barcelona. We have been spreading happiness for more than 7 years now. In Barcelona, you can find more than 150 cannabis clubs, but less than 10 are worth a visit.

Dragon Weed Barcelona is right in the heart of the city but maintains its distance from the hecticness and crowded streets to keep your privacy and make your experience comfortable and just perfect.
When visiting Dragon Weed Barcelona, you’ll be mesmerized even before entering the club. Beautiful streets with trees, parks, and antique buildings prepare the stage for the amazing experience you’ll live when walking through the doors of the club.

We are proud to say that at Dragon Weed Barcelona, we offer one of the most exotic menus in the city. Including Californian weed, Canadian Weed, Top quality local strains, all types of extracts, and many edibles.

We don’t want to be spoilers, so we won’t say much more. What we can say is that we rotate the menu very often, so members don’t get bored of the strains. We work really hard to have exclusive products to mesmerize you.

Every visit is a different experience at Dragon Weed Barcelona, a place where you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

Dragon Weed Barcelona is right in the heart of the city but maintains its distance from the hecticness and crowded streets to keep your privacy and make your experience comfortable and just perfect.
When visiting Dragon Weed Barcelona, you’ll be mesmerized even before entering the club. Beautiful streets with trees, parks, and antique buildings prepare the stage for the amazing experience you’ll live when walking through the doors of the club.

We are proud to say that at Dragon Weed Barcelona, we offer one of the most exotic menus in the city. Including Californian weed, Canadian Weed, Top quality local strains, all types of extracts, and many edibles.

We don’t want to be spoilers, so we won’t say much more. What we can say is that we rotate the menu very often, so members don’t get bored of the strains. We work really hard to have exclusive products to mesmerize you.

Every visit is a different experience at Dragon Weed Barcelona, a place where you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

We are proud to say that at Dragon Weed Barcelona, we offer one of the most exotic menus in the city. Including Californian weed, Canadian Weed, the Top quality local strains, all types of extracts, and many edibles.

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Sunny D

breed by Dark Horse Genetics

Here you can find all info about Sunny D from Dark Horse Genetics. If you are searching for information about Sunny D from Dark Horse Genetics, check out our Basic Infos or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information – or list all Sunny D Strains (±2) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Sunny D is an indica/sativa variety from Dark Horse Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±70 days ) and outdoors . Dark Horse Genetics’ Sunny D is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Dark Horse Genetics’ Sunny D Description

Parentage: Orange Dot x Joe’s Lemonade
Flowering Time: 70 Days
Lineage: Hybrid
Description: Delicious sweet valencia orange meets powdered sugar lemonade in this lip smacking flavor delight! Tall big-yielding plants, with mouthwatering citrus flavors that jump out the jar and across the room

Sunny D Lineage / Genealogy

  • Sunny D »»» <(Afghan Kush x Blue Cheese) x (Harlequin x Sour Diesel)> x Joe’s Lemonade probably
  • (Afghan Kush x Blue Cheese) x (Harlequin x Sour Diesel)
    • Afghan Kush x Blue Cheese
      • Afghan Kush
        • Hindu Kush, Afghanistan »»» Indica
      • Blue Cheese
        • »»» Cheese x Blueberry
        • Cheese
          • »»» Cheese x Afghanistan
          • Cheese Exodus Cheese Cut
            • Skunk #1
              • Skunk #1
                • Skunk #1 (specified above)
          • Afghanistan »»» Indica
        • Blueberry F2
          • Blueberry Line F1
            • »»» Temple Flo x HTAF F1
            • Temple Flo F3
              • Floral Line
                • »»» Purple Thai x Afghani
                • Purple Thai
                  • »»» H.O.G. x Chocolate Thai
                  • H.O.G.
                    • Mexico »»» Sativa
                  • Chocolate Thai
                    • Thailand »»» Sativa
                • Afghani
                  • Afghanistan Probably Indica »»» Indica
            • HTAF F1
              • »»» Thailand x Afghani F1
              • Thailand »»» Sativa
              • Afghani (specified above)
    • Harlequin x Sour Diesel
      • Harlequin
        • »»» Columbian Gold 70s x Thailand x Swizerland x Nepal
        • Columbian Gold 70s
          • »»» Colombia x Colombia
          • Colombia »»» Sativa
          • Colombia »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
        • Thailand »»» Sativa
        • Swizerland »»» Sativa
        • Nepal »»» Indica
      • Sour Diesel
        • »»» Original Diesel x DNL
        • Original Diesel
          • »»» Chemdawg x
          • MassSuperSkunk x SensiNL
            • MassSuperSkunk
              • Super Skunk Probably
                • »»» Skunk #1 x Afghanistan
                • Skunk #1 (specified above)
                • Afghanistan »»» Indica
            • SensiNL
              • »»» NL #1 x NL #2 x NL #5
              • NL #1 IBL
                • Afghanistan »»» Indica
              • NL #2
                • Northern Lights (specified above)
              • NL #5
                • USA, Kalifornien »»» Mostly Indica
          • Chemdawg (specified above)
        • DNL
          • »»» x Northern Lights
          • RFK Skunk x Hawaiian
            • RFK Skunk
              • Unknown Skunk (specified above)
            • Hawaiian »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
          • Northern Lights (specified above)
  • Joe’s Lemonade
    • »»» Lemon Skunk probably x Alien Kush F2
    • Lemon Skunk probably
      • »»» Las Vegas Lemon Skunk x Unknown Skunk
      • Las Vegas Lemon Skunk
        • Unknown Skunk (specified above)
      • Unknown Skunk
        • Skunk #1
          • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia
          • Afghanistan »»» Indica
          • Mexico »»» Sativa
          • Colombia »»» Sativa
    • Alien Kush F2 F2
      • »»» Alien Kush x Alien Kush F2
      • Alien Kush
        • »»» Las Vegas Purple Kush x Alien Dog
        • Las Vegas Purple Kush
          • »»» Northern Lights x Hindu Kush Purple
          • Northern Lights
            • Afghanistan Indica Probably »»» Indica
          • Hindu Kush Purple »»» Indica
        • Alien Dog
          • »»» Chem Dawg d x Alien Technology
          • Chem Dawg d
            • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
          • Alien Technology
            • Afghanistan »»» Indica
      • Alien Kush (specified above)

Map of the Sunny D Family Tree

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Tree Seeds suitable for Bonsai

Please note that there is NO such thing as Bonsai Tree Seeds. Firms that claim to sell ‘Bonsai Tree Seeds’ are misleading to say the least. If you plant one of these so called ‘Bonsai seeds’, and if they germinate, they will grow into ordinary trees. Bonsai are created from trees and shrubs by shaping, pruning and wiring. They do not just happen. Certain species of trees and shrubs are suitable for bonsai – such as Japanese Maples and Pines. Many other species are also suitable.

As specialist Japanese Maple growers for over thirty years, we have a vast stock of maples and other exotic Japanese trees, which we use for harvesting seed and for propagating our own plants. The seeds we sell for bonsai are mainly Japanese Maples (Acers) as they are one of the most popular. We harvest our Maple seeds in the Autumn and we usually have them ready for sale around November/December. No need to contact us until then as we will have no further information.

Please note:– We do not ship seeds outside the EC as many countries such as Australia and USA do not allow seeds into their country for plant health reasons.

Instructions for storing and sowing the seeds.

After harvesting our seeds, we store them in sealed plastic bags ready to sell.
However, the seeds which we use for sowing are not stored but sown immediately into seed trays, using a general purpose compost.

The seed trays are then covered with a sheet of glass or plastic to overwinter in the open. The alternate freezing and thawing which follows in the winter will break the dormancy of the seed and encourage them to germinate in the Spring. This process is what is called ‘stratification’.

The other way of germinating Maple seed is to store them in sealed plastic bags with a bit of moisture in the bag, and leave the bag in the refrigerator till late Winter or very early Spring. In the early Spring, sow the seeds in seed trays and they should germinate fairly readily.

When the seeds germinate, leave them in the seed trays till they have grown the first pair of leaves. When the leaves have hardened slightly, that is the best time to prick them out for planting in individual pots.

We find that sowing the seeds immediately after they have been collected gives the best results.

Tree Seeds suitable for Bonsai Please note that there is NO such thing as Bonsai Tree Seeds. Firms that claim to sell ‘Bonsai Tree Seeds’ are misleading to say the least. If you plant one of

How to grow a bonsai

The oriental art of Bonsai is very well known in the west. It’s surrounded by mystery and generates curiosity at first sight. Sometimes this interest just goes away with time, but in some cases, people like to dig deeper and get to know more about this beautiful miniature gardening technique.

But to grow a bonsai it’s not only about gardening. It also has a therapeutic value, plus enables patience and fortitude and it’s a great activity for relaxing purposes. A bonsai can be with you until the end of your days. In fact, ancient Chinese believed that those who could take care of a miniature tree for a long time got eternity granted for their soul. For them a tree could be the connection between the holy and the human, between heaven and earth.

The first records of people growing bonsais are located in China. However the Japanese are responsible for developing and improving the art as we know it today. Contrary to what most people believe, bonsais are not genetically dwarfed plants, they are kept small by a series of techniques and steps that, if done properly, would allow the tree to live as long as their original specie. Any tree can be grown as a bonsai. However you have to think about many details before starting.

Before you start

Before asking yourself how to grow a bonsai, you should consider which specie you would like to plant and also the conditions of your home, surrounding environment and climate. There are a few options that could be good for starters, such as the Chinese elm and the Japanese black pine. Keep also in mind that any tree can become a bonsai, but details like leave size should be thought about. A lot of people prefer trees with small leaves, because are easier to model.

There’s also another consideration you should make when planning to grow a bonsai: There are many ways to do it. You could star from zero, which means buying seeds from a shop or picking them up near the trees around your home or in the wild. You could also find or buy a young plant, called a “prebonsai”, which consist of a germinated tree in early stage. That way the whole process becomes faster, even though remember: to grow a bonsai is also an exercise of patience. The last option may be the easiest but also the least educational: that is to buy a full grown bonsai. In that case you would only have to do caring activities. It’s important to know: There are no “bonsai seeds”. If someone offers you such a product he’s either lying or don’t know much about bonsai. The seed which a bonsai comes from is just a regular tree seed, the process of making a bonsai comes later, after it is germinated.

Cascade Style Bonsai

Bonsais are divided by its size: from the smaller ones, called Keshitsubo, to some of the bigger ones called Hachi-uye. There are also different styles of bonsais: formal and informal upright, slant, cascade, shari, forest, raft, and many more.

The cheapest and nicest ways

To grow a bonsai from seed is a slow and hard working process but is also the most rewarding way to do it. It may take years and you may fail at first, but as long as you keep trying and feel passionate about it you’ll be amazed by the results.

If you’re a starter then you’ll probably don’t want to wait that long for results. What most people recommend is to buy a prebonsai, or find one in a forest near your home (remember that a prebonsai is nothing more than a tree in its early stages). In case you decide the second option there are many considerations. You need permission from the landowner to do it. Also you have to be very careful on not damaging the roots when digging. There is also a specific time of the year to do it: the first weeks of spring.

When you grow a bonsai from seed you should do the planting on autumn, so they start germinating in spring. It’s always better to select trees that can adapt easily to the climate of the place you live; that way it’ll work in our favor.

Pruning and wiring

Pruning is one of the ways to create and shape a bonsai. It’s very important not to try to change too much the original silhouette of the tree. Pruning must be constant (it’s necessary not only to shape but as part of the caring process) and you should have regular spots for it on the tree, to achieve a beautiful and nice bonsai with strong and numerous leaves.

On the other hand, wiring has also been a useful option to grow a bonsai. Shaping angles, generating branches, all this can be done by wiring. However it’s very important to do it the right way, because it can be a disaster if not done properly.

There are more techniques that can be applied when you grow a bonsai. You can defoliate the tree to obtain smaller leaves, or to balance it shape. There’s also a well known technique called Jin & Shari which consist in making a bonsai look old and mature by creating areas of deadwood on the tree, just like happens in nature sometimes.

This site has a section dedicated only to bonsai training.

Bonsai caring

Keeping strong and healthy your miniature tree is all about good care. If you decide to grow a bonsai this is the last step of the way and, if you do it right, the most rewarding one. It’s also the longest procedure because it could last most of your life and even after, if you decide to leave it to your descendants. In Japan, families inherit bonsais from one generation to another.

As we said before, there are many types of bonsais as there are trees species, so the way you take care of them may differ from one to another. For the watering process you should constantly check the soil of the bonsai and keep it damp and when it gets slightly dry then water it again. It’s very important not to flood it.

Decorative Homemade Bonsai

Find a nice place for your bonsai. Some miniature trees need at least some direct sunlight on them, others not too much. Check the humidity and temperature of the room where you’re planning to put your bonsai and be aware of the needs of the tree of your choice.

When you grow a bonsai, there’ll be a point when you’ll have to think about taking it from an old pot to a new one, it’s called repot. Different species of trees means different repot periods, from 2 to 5 years.

Fertilization is also a convenient topic to know. There are many bonsai friendly fertilizers but you can use regular ones as well, but be very careful not to use too much though. Most commercial brands have instructions on how to use them.

Remember to always check for uninvited guest on your bonsai. Your miniature tree is no different from the original one when it comes to fungus, pests or diseases.

This site has a section dedicated only to bonsai caring.

Start to grow a bonsai now

We’ve been talking about how to grow a bonsai for a while now. So, if you still here that means you’re interested in knowing more about it. I’m going to recommend you what to do with the information I gave you and how to know more and become a pro.

You cannot start to grow a bonsai only with what’s written on this page. You need to go deeper. You can search on the Internet however this might be a double-edged sword. There’s way too much information around. Some of it may be useful but there’s a lot of BS out there.

If you’re thinking about buying a bonsai, you can visit our store here. We have all types of bonsai, kits for starters and we also recommend the best tree species for begginers. Take a tour on our online store.

After a very long research we also recommend two books on bonsai. Both have plenty of step by step and specific information about how to grow a bonsai. They also have plenty of graphics and were made by experienced miniature gardeners.

The best book we know on bonsai is The Bonsai Book by Dan Barton. This is one of the most famous works on the subject and without a doubt the most complete. Everything you need to know is there, and when we say everything we really mean it. You can read our review about The Bonsai Book by Dan Barton here or buy it directly on Amazon. This is the only book about bonsai on Amazon.com which all reviews give the top qualification of five stars, so our opinion that this is an amazing work is shared by many.

Update: We’ve been informed that The Bonsai Book by Dan Barton is not available on Amazon any more. You can only buy the used version. So, in case you don’t want to buy an old used book we are also recommending The Complete Book of Bonsai by Harry Tomlinson. It is as complete as The Bonsai Book and also very well explained. It has amazing graphic material with plenty of beautiful pictures and images. The Complete Book of Bonsai will provide you with all the info you need to know on bonsai, from its principles, evolution and origins to its styles, techniques and species. Everything you need to know about growing bonsai is there. We’ve been recommending 101 Essential Tips on Bonsai by the same author for a long time. You can read our review on The Complete Book of Bonsai by Harry Tomlinson here or buy it directly on Amazon.

On the right column of this site you can find more reviews on bonsai books and products.

How to grow a bonsai. We tell you everything you need to know to start growing your own bonsai today: techniques, styles, tools, online stores, etc.

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How To Revive Sick Cannabis Plants

When your cannabis plants are sick and stressed, it’s important to immediately identify the problem. That’s when the real process of reviving your cannabis begins. Here’s what to do to help your plants recover and thrive after a major setback.

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Your plant is wilting, you notice the leaves turning yellow or forming unsightly spots, or maybe it’s refusing to grow altogether. There are many reasons why cannabis plants can become sick, from issues with watering to pest infestations, inadequate lighting, heat stress, and more.

No matter the reason for your plant’s sickness, the first thing you’ll want to do is diagnose the problem. When you have addressed the cause(s) of your plant’s condition, you obviously want to revive it as fast as possible. Here are some things you can do to help plants recover from infestations, illness, and more.

PROBLEMS IN YOUR GROWING ENVIRONMENT

If your plant appears to be dying or suffering hard, it is unlikely that a minor issue is occurring. Most of the time, a rapid descent in the health of your plant signals a fundamental issue or invasion. This can involve problems with environmental conditions, microscopic infestations, and other culprits.

CHECK TEMPERATURES AND HUMIDITY IN YOUR GROW ROOM

If you’re growing indoors, the first step to reviving your plants is to check the temperature and relative humidity of your tent or grow room. The ideal temperature for cuttings and seedlings is between 20–25ºC. As the plants get older, they can tolerate a bit more, up to 28ºC. Everything above this is excessive and causes stress, which will make it much more difficult for your plants to recover.

Likewise, the humidity levels of your room must be kept within a certain range depending on the phase of growth. An optimal humidity level for flowering plants is 40–50%. Plants in the vegetative growth phase can tolerate a more humid environment, from 40–70%. If the humidity is too high, you need to look into better ventilation for your grow space. A dehumidifier is the best, albeit expensive option here. Your sick plants will have a hard time recovering if their environment is not stable and optimal.

AVOID HEAT STRESS OUTDOORS

Despite cannabis loves plenty of light and warm temperatures, if you grow outdoors in the summer, heat stress and excessive sun can be a problem, especially for plants recovering from illness. If you have your plants in pots and they look stressed from too much heat, move them to a shadier location. Less heat and direct sun will make it easier for sick plants to get back up to strength.

LOWER YOUR LIGHT LEVELS

Cultivators normally keep their wattage levels as high as possible to encourage plants to grow faster. More light means the plant is working harder and will likely produce a greater yield. On the other hand, a plant that is working extra hard is more susceptible to deficiencies and other problems. One way to give your sick plant a break is to decrease the light intensity. Move your lights higher up and further away from your plants, or decrease the wattage.

When you grow indoors with your lights on a timer, you can also cut down on the daily light hours your plants receive. When you reduce the light hours for the vegetative phase to only 17 or 16 a day, this will give your plants more time to “rest” and recover.

FLUSH YOUR PLANTS

Many problems with sick cannabis plants can be due to overfeeding. When your plant can’t take up the nutrients that you provide, salts and minerals will accumulate in the soil over time. This will change the pH level at your plant’s root zone, making it more acidic—beyond the small pH window that cannabis has for healthy growth. As a result, your plant is not able to take in nutrients, even if they are present in abundance. When this happens, further feeding only makes it worse.

In almost all cases where your plants show signs of nutrient deficiencies or nutrient burn, you should give your plants a solid flush. Flushing means that you rinse out the excessive salts with pure, pH-balanced water to restore the optimal pH of the growing medium.

To flush your plants, drench the growing medium with water numerous times. It should be ample enough that liquid comes out from the bottom of the container each time. For example, if you grow in 7l pots, flush your plants with 14l of water. When you grow in soil, your water should have a pH of about 6.5pH. After the flush, you can begin giving nutrients again, starting with ½ or ¾-strength doses. You can slowly work your way up from here to avoid putting plants under any additional stress.

REPOT YOUR PLANTS

Repotting your cannabis plants into new, larger containers with fresh soil can also help bring them back to life. Choose a container that has plenty of room for the roots to grow. If your plant is severely damaged due to overwatering (root rot) or various fungi, consider trimming its foliage. When the roots have fewer leaves to support, they can recover faster.

KEEP PESTS AWAY

Plant infestations from spider mites, fungus gnats, fruit flies, and other insects are all too common when you grow cannabis. When you have finally gotten rid of the pests, you want to make absolutely sure that they don’t return. Pest infestations can really ravage a plant, so it certainly needs optimal care and time to be revived.

In terms of keeping the pests away, there are natural insecticides like neem oil that can be highly effective. You can even use it as a foliar spray, applying it to your leaves every 2 or 3 weeks. However, be careful during the flowering phase as you do not want the overbearing taste of neem oil on your buds! For fungus gnats, you can also set up yellow sticky traps, which will catch most of them.

Neem oil serves as a completely natural way to protect your cannabis plants against pests.

Neem oil serves as a completely natural way to protect your cannabis plants against pests.

SUPPLEMENTS TO HELP YOUR SICK PLANTS RECOVER

There are certain supplements you can give to your sick plants to reduce stress, support their development, and increase their resistance.

Compost Teas

For those growing in soil, compost teas are an excellent supplement to support the recovery of sick and stressed plants. Compost teas can make your plants grow faster and more robust, making them less susceptible to diseases and deficiencies. Some cultivators make their own compost teas at home, although they can also be purchased at most well-sorted grow stores.

Silica

Silica has properties that strengthen the cell walls of your plants, which makes it helpful for increasing their resilience. Furthermore, it makes certain minerals and nutrients more available while protecting the roots as well.

Seaweed

Seaweed contains minerals and other micronutrients, and has been shown to help reduce plant stress. While its mechanism is somewhat unknown, seaweed has long been part of the weed grower’s arsenal.

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How to Fix Wilting and Drooping Leaves on Cannabis Plants

Wilting and drooping leaves on a marijuana plant are usually a result of too much or too little water arriving in the roots. For the plant to continue growing normally, the problem has to be fixed right away, otherwise plant growth can be compromised. To learn how to fix a marijuana plant that has begun wilting or drooping, read this article.

A cannabis plant with wilting or drooping leaves is quite a sad looking one, and it’s important to keep your plants looking happy. A case of wilting cannabis leaves can happen to any grower and there are ways out of the situation if you find yourself in it. These two problems are generally caused by overwatering or underwatering your plant and are easily avoidable if you pay close attention.

So new growers should have no fear. Wilting cannabis leaves are not the end of your marijuana garden, but if you want to ensure a good yield, you should attend to the problem straight away.

The difference between drooping and wilting cannabis leaves

It’s important that you don’t confuse wilting cannabis leaves with drooping leaves, because they have completely opposite causes. Wilting is what has happened to your leaves when they have begun to curl at the tips. The tell tale sign that your leaves are wilting is that they have also started turning yellow on the tips that are curling under. On the other hand, drooping is distinguished by the droopiness of the entire leaf, rather than just the tips. When your plant is drooping, you will not see yellow tips on the leaves. Drooping leaves are also firmer than wilting leaves, which just look tired and lifeless.

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Before you go on trying to fix your cannabis plant, it’s important to know whether your plant is wilting or drooping. The action you take to rectify this will all depend on this factor, so observe carefully.

Overwatering marijuana plants

Overwatering cannabis plants is a common mistake among growers, and it results in drooping leaves . However, overwatering has not occurred as a result of using too much water, but rather that the plant has been watered too often or it is being grown in a pot without appropriate drainage. In this scenario, the problem is actually at the roots, where they begin to rot. Too much water stored at the roots can impede the access of oxygen within the soil to the plant, causing rot and drooping.

This problem can also be caused by the kind of pot and potting mix used. It is essential that there is proper drainage in the pot you are using to grow marijuana and the same should apply to your potting mix. Actually, it is common to let marijuana plants dry out a little bit between waters, and drooping is a clear sign that this hasn’t happened.

If drooping has occurred to your marijuana leaves, lift up the pot and make sure that water is draining out from the bottom. If not, you might have to move your potting mix around a little to ensure that it is not too tightly packed in there, disallowing the flow of water. You don’t need to lower the amount of water you are giving it, but rather the frequency of waterings needs to drop. You will know when your plants need watering by the first couple of inches of soil. When they are completely dry, it’s time to water it again. However, while the soil is still dark and moist, the plant does not need more watering.

Addressing this issue quickly is best, and it will usually happen overnight. When your plant is over watered, it becomes much more vulnerable to other diseases, so it is important to get your roots back into shape quickly.

Underwatering your cannabis plant

Underwatering your marijuana plant is usually the reason that the leaves begin to wilt. Wilting cannabis leaves look much sadder than drooping leaves, have curled at the ends and have begun to turn yellow. In fact, they look lifeless and it can make a grower completely freak out. Wilting means that the roots of your plants are bone dry. They will grow much slower under this condition; so the sooner this is fixed, also the better.

At this stage, you should consider watering your plant more often, and at the beginning perhaps giving it a little bit of extra water to compensate. Be careful not to throw the plant off balance again by continuing to overwater it. Don’t mix any of this water with fertilizer, as it won’t assist with the problem of wilting. You just need to ensure that the water is pH balanced, and use it purely for the purpose of rehydrating your plant. After some time they will start to look happy again and you can go back to using your nutrient-rich water.

Is your marijuana plant looking tired and unhealthy? Does it have drooping or wilting leaves? Wake it up again with this tutorial!

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The smell from ATF is amazing and deserves an award on its own; it reminds me of frosty pine or menthol… with a fresh lemon scent.

To the naked eye, the buds are all very nicely grown except for the one small bud could use slightly better trimming. Other than that, Alaskan Thunder marijuana reminded me most of Jack Herer (taste, smoke, aroma) with a more intense (cerebral) head high. This strain is definitely one of my top 3 favorite Sativas of all-time.

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The Alaskan Thunder (ATF for short) strain originates from the Matanuska Valley in Alaska and its Sativa genetics are somewhat of a mystery. Being a Sativa, this strain really only affects your head and is a popular choice of medication for medical marijuana patients suffering from chronic migraines, PTSD, sleep disorders, and more.

The Alaskan Thunder strain is known for its ability to create a soaring, cerebral head-high. It can definitely take your mind for a ride, so you may want to start with low quantities (1-2 puffs) if you are a first-time patient who is afraid of experiencing any sort of paranoia.

Alaskan Thunder should be considered a morning or day-time Sativa due to its peaceful, uplifting nature. This strain always makes me feel more talkative than normal, and even more intellectual at times, due to its deep, thought-inducing high.

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Lemon Zest

Taste & Smell

  • Fruity
  • Sour

Effects

  • Energetic
  • Focused
  • Giggly
  • Happy

Pairs Well With

  • Amusement Parks
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Housework
  • Exercising
  • Exploring Nature
  • Going Out
  • Social Events
  • Studying
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About this Hybrid Strain

Lemon Zest, also called “Lemon Butter,” is a hybrid cannabis strain that reviewers say brings an elevating energy and focus, with the euphoric high. They share that after some time of inspired creativity and action, giggles often ensue.

Strong lemon and citrus aromas come through immediately on the nose at first smell. Powerful lemon and citrus flavors dominate the flavor profile, with a creamy taste and herbal notes on the exhale.

When you first see the buds they appear golden yellow from the yellow trichome frost and bursts of orange pistils.

Wolf Genetics breeders created this strain with Myrcene and Caryophyllene abundant at the top of the terpene profile. They’ve kept its lineage a secret so far, but we look forward to more experiences with Lemon Zest just the same.

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Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 18.18%
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Terpene Amount
Beta Myrcene: 0.515%
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.174%

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Frequently Asked Questions About Lemon Zest

Lemon Zest is a hybrid cannabis strain with energizing, sativa associated effects, according to consumers.

What does Lemon Zest mean?

The Lemon Zest name comes from the powerful citrus aroma and flavor. The strain also has a creamy taste and is also known as Lemon Butter.

Where does Lemon Zest come from?

Lemon Zest comes from Wolf Genetics, although its lineage remains a secret.

What does Lemon Zest smell like?

Lemon Zest smells like lemons and citrus.

What does Lemon Zest taste like?

Lemon Zest tastes like lemon and citrus with a creaminess and herbal aftertaste.

What color does Lemon Zest have?

The Lemon Zest strain has a golden yellow appearance from the thick yellow trichome layering covering the buds.

What effects does Lemon Zest have?

Consumers say Lemon Zest is a mood elevating and energizing strain, that brings focus, often followed giggles.

Is Lemon Zest an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Lemon Zest is a hybrid cannabis strain with sativa characteristics.

Lemon Zest, also called &quot;Lemon Butter,&quot; is a hybrid cannabis strain that reviewers say brings an elevating energy and focus, with the euphoric high. They share that after some time of inspired creativity and action, giggles often ensue. Strong lemon and citrus aromas come through immediately…

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Most of us know that anything crossed with Zkittlez should turn out well. However the Runtz turned out pretty potent and always have had a good taste with effects that last. This time I went with the Mango version also available on the menu and have never been disappointed with either strain

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Amazing high. Relaxes the body and makes the mind go wild. Feels like you ate an edible. Makes you happy even though you have to try hard to fight off the sleep.

Very thick green creamy smoke. Hashy exhale. I’d put this strain on high gas alert. Very stoned, very relaxed, heavy eyed, I see this being a great cure for headaches and migraines. Due to its dark purple and green colors and green smoke I’m getting a vibe of sailing on a stormy ocean fighting a kraken or something. This is a good relaxing, day dreaming, overall positive experience. Glad I picked this up.

The first time I tried Runtz it was organic and I was not impressed. However, this time and batch around I am definitely FEELING THIS ??? It’s a premium quality and I taste the difference. It has a fruity taste and its sweet to smoke. I think i will be adding this on my top ten list. The high is nice and I am a stoner who smokes over 5 blunts a day easily, and that is a day that I work. If I’m home all day it is way more. It gives a nice head high and leaves a sweet taste in my mouth. ??????

I know that Everytime I smoke, it’ll only take a few hits and I’m where I need to be. I can function and focus with a positive and happy attitude.

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Is weed legal in North Carolina?

No. Both medical and adult-use marijuana are illegal in the state. CBD extract with less than 0.9% THC and at least 5% CBD by weight is allowed for patients with intractable epilepsy. It’s only legal to possess it in the state; patients and caregivers must obtain it outside state lines.

A first offense of possession of 0.5 ounce of cannabis or less or 0.2 ounce of hash or less is a Class C misdemeanor , which is punishable by a maximum fine of $200. Larger amounts and subsequent offenses may carry more severe penalties.

Legislative history

Gov. Pat McCrory signed HB 1220 , the Epilepsy Alternative Treatment Act, into law in 2014. HB 1220 granted access to low-THC hemp extract to patients diagnosed with intractable epilepsy.

In July 2015, HB 1220 was amended by HB 766 , which increased the allowed amount of THC from 0.3% to 0.9% and decreased the required CBD amount from 10% to 5%. It also expanded the number of qualified physicians, increased the number of certified hospitals, and removed the requirement that patients be children.

Where is it safe to purchase?

North Carolina does not have a state-regulated supply chain or any other state-sponsored method of obtaining hemp oil extract. Caregivers must purchase hemp oil extract in a state that offers reciprocity.

Where is it safe to consume?

North Carolina has not placed limits or restrictions on patient consumption.

Cultivation

The DHHS forbids the cultivation of cannabis or the production of hemp oil extract for any reason within North Carolina.

Medical CBD program overview

North Carolina allows patients with intractable epilepsy and their caregivers to possess and consume CBD extract with less than 0.9% THC and at least 5% CBD by weight. The patients must be diagnosed by and have a written statement from a state-licensed, board certified neurologist who is affiliated with the neurology department of a state-licensed hospital.

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is responsible for regulatory oversight of the Epilepsy Alternative Treatment Act program, and for enrolling registered patients and caregivers in the program. Patients must appoint a caregiver to obtain the extract. No registry card is required for patients. There is no minimum age for patients who can participate in the program, though caregivers must be at least 18 years old.

Caregiver requirements

Though the law no longer requires that patients be children, it specifies that only caregivers are allowed to possess CBD extract. Caregivers must be at least 18 years old and must be a permanent resident of North Carolina. Only a parent, legal guardian, or custodian of a person with intractable epilepsy is eligible to be a registered caregiver.

Once all materials have been submitted, and the application has been processed, caregivers will receive a letter from the DHHS authorizing their approval. Caregivers must carry this letter with them when in possession of hemp extract within North Carolina. They must also carry or keep near the CBD extract a certificate of analysis for the extract that shows it meets the state’s standards.

Application process:

  1. Obtain a written statement from a state-licensed neurologist affiliated with a state-licensed hospital.
  2. Submit a valid North Carolina ID card or driver’s license to show proof of age and residency.
  3. Complete and submit a written caregiver’s application .

Testing

There is currently no lab testing required by the state.

FAQ

How long before medical marijuana is legal in North Carolina?

While we can’t predict the future, we do know that North Carolinans can’t petition to get an medical marijuana initiative added to the ballot. Any path to legalize marijuana would have to go through the state legislature.

What would it take to make weed legal in NC?

Unlike in other states that have legalized cannabis for medical or recreational use, North Carolina residents can’t petition to get an medical marijuana initiative added to the ballot.

What agency in NC enforces marijuana laws?

Marijuana enforcement happens at the local level. City police officers or county sheriffs typically make marijuana arrests though state highway patrol officers (troopers) may also arrest people suspected of possession, consumption, or trafficking. After arrest, trials usually take place in local courts.

What are the laws on the cultivation of marijuana in North Carolina?

Marijuana is illegal in North Carolina so cultivation is also illegal. Farmers can grow hemp with less than 0.3% THC if they are licensed by the state Department of Agriculture.

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UPDATE: As of August 2020, Senate Bill 58, which increases the amount of marijuana someone can legally carry for personal use and expunges records of those with certain marijuana convictions, is stalled. The bill was introduced on February 14, 2019 with one writer and eight co-sponsors, but since that point, no forward movement has occurred.

In February 2019, Senator Paul Lowe (D-Forsyth) reintroduced a measure in the State Senate which would allow people to possess up to three ounces of cannabis legal for their own personal use. Last year’s version, which lawmakers did not approve, would have allowed up to four ounces. Nevertheless, this latest bill would significantly alter the legal landscape for Raleigh drug possession attorneys.

What is Senate Bill 58?

This measure is something of a compromise. SB 58 enhances the charges for possession of more than three ounces to a Class 1 misdemeanor, punishable by a maximum 120-day jail sentence and a discretionary fine. Furthermore, the bill increases the weight of cannabis a person can carry from 1.5 ounces to one pound before it is considered a Class 1 felony. A conviction on this count could result in imprisonment for up to five months.

Currently, possession of up to 1.5 ounces is a Class 3 misdemeanor, which carries a maximum 20-day jail sentence and a fine of no more than $200. Possession of 1.5 to 16 ounces is a Class 1 felony offense.

SB 58 is a significant departure from current North Carolina law. The Tarheel State has some of the strictest marijuana laws in the country. Recreational marijuana is completely illegal, and medical marijuana is only available to patients with epilepsey. Even then, these patients must use a special grade of marijuana with a low THC and high CBD content.

Would SB 58 Help Individuals Who Have Marijuana Possession Convictions on Their Records?

Maybe. If the prior conviction was for simple possession under three ounces and there were no aggravating circumstances, SB 58 authorizes a Raleigh drug possession attorney to file an expungement petition with the court that handed down the conviction. If the District Attorney and probation officer agree to the petition, or at least do not contest it, the judge will probably grant it.

Many people with marijuana and other convictions experience hardship when looking for a good job, obtaining student aid, finding a good place to live, and in other situations.

Lawmakers may yet relax the marijuana laws in North Carolina. For a free consultation with an experienced Raleigh drug possession attorney, contact Sandman, Finn & Fitzhugh, Attorneys at Law. Fill out the form below or call us at (919) 887-8040.

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