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Can you buy a pound of Cannabis?

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No. It is a violation of federal law for any person knowingly or intentionally to possess a controlled substance unless the substance was obtained directly from, or pursuant to, a prescription or order of a practitioner while acting in the course of his professional practice. 21 U.S.C. §844(?)(1).

I mean you can, if you're a dealer or distributor. 

 

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Cannabis Sativa vs Indica: Around the World in 4000 years

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The Cannabis plant is a weed that grows in many different environments across the world, from the arid deserts of central Asia to dense forests in South Africa. The plant is also highly adaptive and mutates or cross breeds with other plants to make new Cannabis strains.

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Harvesting Cannabis: The Indoor Scoop (Part 1)

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The flowering period for cannabis indoors is the most important step in the process. It's crucial to learn how to properly harvest your plants before they are ready, drying & curing them properly, and storing them until ready to smoke or make edibles. The final product can be greatly affected by when it's harvested. Outdoors you have more leeway and can wait until the end of October to harvest plants, but with indoor growing you must be more precise with your timing.

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Growing Cannabis: Differences Between Lighting Indoors (Part 1)

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Cannabis needs at least 12 hours of sun each day to grow and thrive. That's why the modern marijuana grower uses HPS (high-pressure sodium) lamps, which feature large bulbs and a high level of light intensity.

 

Many indoor growers supplement their lighting systems with fluorescent grow lights, which are usually red or blue in color to capture only those parts of the spectrum that promote plant growth. These lamps are available in compact fluorescents, but are mostly used in large metal halide lamps due to the higher light intensity they generate.

 

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