By Xandra McMahon AUGUST 16, 1964, was a quiet Sunday in San Francisco. The Giants were set to play the Milwaukee Braves in Candlestick Park that afternoon, while the city prepared to host the Beatles, scheduled to arrive two days later for the start of their first North American tour. …Read More »
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By Mary Pat Jacobx Top shelf marijuana is a little like diamonds: The parts that you cut away often make it all the more desirable. People from all over the world have traveled to Northern California every autumn for the past almost 50 years to manicure or “trim” cannabis using small scissors …Read More »
By Brian Koerber Silicon Valley is no stranger to cannabis culture, so it’s no surprise that tech companies are driving innovation in the pot world. And guess what? They’ve got some seriously impressive products. When the state of Colorado passed Amendment 64 in 2012, legalizing recreational marijuana for adults in …Read More »
By Debbie Arrington David Deardorff has heard endless pleas for help from gardeners. As a longtime horticulturist and plant pathologist, he helps both experienced and novice growers figure out what’s wrong with their plants. Lately, he’s turned his attention from tomatoes and roses to an annual plant shrouded in mystery …Read More »
As the name suggests, this bud is totally purple with a few green stems sprinkled in for contrast. The bud has long fronds and is the opposite of compact. It is loose buds threaded with purple hairs and crystals. The initial taste is odd, reminiscent of Mexican dirt weed from …Read More »
Today we visited a medical marijuana dispensary, The Dankery in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It was clean and bright and the staff is super friendly. Jessica and Kris took the time to walk us through everything they do. As they are big proponents of solvent-less and chemical free extractions, many of …Read More »