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u/215patient420 · 1 pointr/Marijuana

From R.C. Clarkes Marijuana Botany: Propagation and Breeding of Distintive Cannabis
"Seeds are allowed to dry completely and all vegetable debris is removed before storage. This prevents spoilage caused by molds and other fungi. Seeds preserved for future germination are thoroughly air dried in paper envelopes or cloth sacks and stored in air-tight containers in a cool, dark, dry place. Freezing may also dry out seeds and cause them to crack. If seeds are carefully stored, they remain viable for a number of years. As a batch of seeds ages, fewer and fewer of them will germinate, but even after 5 to 6 years a small percentage of the seeds usually still germinate. Old batches of seeds also tend to germinate slowly (up to 5 weeks). This means that a batch of seeds for cultivation might be stored for a longer time if the initial sample is large enough to provide sufficient seeds for another generation. If a strain is to be preserved, it is necessary to grow and reproduce it every three years, so that enough viable seeds are always available."

This being said, virtually ALL seedbanks use a fridge/freezer for long-term storage. Humidity is the big evil in a fridge... After they are well dried, pack them into the smallest opaque/airtight container that will hold them. If you are going to put them in the fridge/freezer, add a silica packet or rice as a dessicant inside each sealed container.

sidenote: Hermaphrodites tendencies are passed through genetics, but often show after the plant is stressed. Receiving light during the dark cycle and heat are the 2 most common causes. though some will start kicking the male flowers out late into flowering to try and ensure survival of the species. Starting with seeds from a hermi will mean all future plants have a higher than normal chance of developing this trait. If you're just learning, probably not a bad place to start... If you were wanting to make $$$ or a career out of this I would buy/obtain better genetics it will save you a million headaches.

RC Clarkes Hemp diseases and pests is another great book

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Marijuana

AGREED. That book is the BEST SOURCE OF INFO ALL IN ONE PLACE.

Definitely invest the $20.

http://www.amazon.com/Marijuana-Horticulture-Outdoor-Medical-Growers/dp/187882323X

Also, soil without fertilizer, and a HPS lamp. You can get a lamp, bulb, ballast and reflector for around $150 on ebay. This is the single most important factor for good returns. Will turn a plant producing an eighth or two into an ounce or two.

u/SMOKE_WEED_EVERYDAY · 3 pointsr/Marijuana

You have to remember how to enjoy it. In Lester Grinspoon's book, Marihuana Reconsidered, he spends the majority of one of the chapters discussing how learning to enjoy the effects of cannabis are a roadblock for many people. I'm sure that if it was fun once, you'll remember how it can be fun again.

u/gusaroo · 1 pointr/Marijuana

Anyone interested in the history of LSD or its therapeutic use should read "Acid Dreams: The Complete Social History of LSD." Fascinating book. It talks a lot about the CIA's investigations into using it for espionage, the psychiatric uses (and how it was used successfully to treat alcoholism), the hippies and counterculture, etc.

http://www.amazon.com/Acid-Dreams-Complete-History-Sixties/dp/0802130623

u/AfterbirthStew · 3 pointsr/Marijuana

Read. read. read. read. read. read

Dont waste money on good seeds right now. Use bagseed. It will give you the chance to learn the ropes and if you fuck up, you won't have wasted your good genetics.

I would seriously recommend setting up an account at ICmag. They are some of the most knowledgeable people on the web. It became the spot where most of the old OG members went after it got shut down. If you post a growlog there, read as much as you can, ask lots of questions, post pictures (carefully... just plants with nothing identifying in the background, etc.), you will learn a ton and grow some good weed.

As others have said. don't tell a soul. Loose lips sink ships. Check the legal forum and see how many people get in trouble because they got ratted out. That forum is a great place to learn from other people's mistakes. If you want to do this properly, you will likely have to change many aspects of your life that you may not be aware of.

Stay safe.

u/jaskub · 1 pointr/Marijuana

Thanks for all the feedback. Has anyone ever heard of a Chronium Crusher (http://www.amazon.com/CHROMIUM-CRUSHER-Premium-Quality-non-aluminum/dp/B000KVBAAI). My friend says they're good and they are reasonably priced. Everything else seems expensive, but the Sharpstone does look sweet for the cost. Hotkarl, do you know what the difference is between the regular Sharpstone and the clear top one?

u/Ostrich159 · 1 pointr/Marijuana

r1b4z01d said it first, but I'll say it again. The book, Marijuana Is Safer, is a sensible discussion of why marijuana deserves a better reputation, and why it should be legalized. It's all based on good science and history, and is an overall good read. Check your local library for a copy, and leave it on their night stand.

u/CuriousCreationist · 1 pointr/Marijuana

I always suggest The Digital Photography Book by Scott Kelby to any new photographer. Well, actually, I've only had my SLR a couple years, I'm new too.

There are two volumes out, and another being released in August. He explains most everything in terms of how to get a specific shot, and through that you learn what the different settings of your camera can do. It is geared toward SLRs, but most point and shoots also have many of the same settings.

Anyway, good luck!

u/permaculture · -2 pointsr/Marijuana

In his book Mr Nice, Howard Marks writes about a time when he was caught in a street riot in Hong Kong, while carrying around 2 million dollars in a pair of suitcases. He was too exhausted to carry them any longer, and collapsed sitting on them.

I forget what happened next, but he got away OK in the end. Perhaps the Police offered him a lift to the Hotel? If anyone has the book to hand, do let me know :)

u/theITgui · 1 pointr/Marijuana

I bought one of these (Tightvac - 1 oz to 6 ounce Airtight Multi-Use Vacuum Seal Portable Storage Container for Dry Goods, Food, and Herbs - Black Cap & Body https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0049557HI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fHDXBbSVK3SAB) but your product seems interesting.

u/Lastdays21224 · 1 pointr/Marijuana

Don’t smoke, drink water throughout day over next few weeks. You should be fine in two weeks. I use these to test myself. I’m 5’9” 160 and smoke an ounce a month and I’m clean in 17-20 days normally.

10 Pack - [email protected] Marijuana (THC) Single Panel Drug Tests Kit - Individually Wrapped Single Panel THC Screen Urine Drug Test Kit with 50 ng/ml Cutoff Level - EDTH-114 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00E5O5EV2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_WLIqDbATVAWNB

u/armakaryk · 2 pointsr/Marijuana

that's a good one, here's my favorite.

u/OGdunphy · 1 pointr/Marijuana

I would think you could get clean in 30 days, maybe in 3 weeks. Water will help flush your system, essentially by making you pee a lot. I bought this pack of strips,

[email protected] Marijuana (thc) Single Panel Drug Tests Kit - Individually Wrapped Single Panel THC Screen Urine Drug Test Kit - 10 Tests https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00E5O5EV2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_siIZBbBBP45FS

I believe those are legit enough. Depending on the urinalysis they order, it could measure a lower threshold, but I doubt you would get anything other than the standard urinalysis, so those should be good enough to test.

u/nooshaw · 2 pointsr/Marijuana

+1 get a vape. The smell is far less pungent since it doesn't burn the material. You will also find Smoke Buddy (charcoal filters) to breath out the smoke helps reduce the smell even more.

https://www.amazon.com/Smoke-Buddy-Personal-Filter-Blue/dp/B00478UIB2

u/Chris_in_Lijiang · 1 pointr/Marijuana

Is this the same study that Bianca Latimer wrote about in:

Cannabis Climax - The Connoisseur's Guide to Cannaphrodisiacs

It sure looks very familiar

u/shoorelynot · 5 pointsr/Marijuana

I recommend Marihuana Reconsidered by Lester Grinspoon. It includes an essay by Carl Sagan, but you can just read that part online.

u/seizer001 · 1 pointr/Marijuana

This is the book I was referring to (http://www.amazon.ca/Marijuana-Horticulture-Outdoor-Medical-Growers/dp/187882323X) .

It will contain the info that your after. Also don't hesitate to try different forums, rollitup.org is a starting point.

u/classical_hero · 1 pointr/Marijuana

Read the book Marijuana is Safer:

http://www.amazon.com/Marijuana-Safer-Driving-People-Drink/dp/1603581448/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1331844655&sr=8-1

That's all you need right there. Unless you're arguing for medical marijuana, in which case you would probably want to start at NORML's website.

u/yourbathroom · 2 pointsr/Marijuana

Too true and so sad. I'm in the process of reading James W. Loewen's "Lies my teacher told me". It is making me think that government run education, at least when it comes to social topics and history, is a SERIOUS conflict of interest. Generation after generation entering society just to become slaves.

u/blueajna · 1 pointr/Marijuana

Buy a smoke buddy. I thought this was a carbon filter you put over your a/c or something, not covering up your fire alarm. I had the same problem before, I just got up there and took out the batteries + unplugged everything

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edit: https://www.amazon.com/Smoke-Buddy-0159-BLU-Personal-Filter/dp/B00478UIB2

They're usually $8 - $12, last for a while.

u/Wexie · 2 pointsr/Marijuana

Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs, and Cheap Labor in the American Black Market is probably the best book on understanding why MJ is illegal, while things like alcohol are legal.

"Eric Schlosser (author of Fast Food Nation) returns with an exposé about the black market in the United States in Reefer Madness. He details three areas of the underground economy: marijuana, pornography, and illegal immigrant labor. He charts the growth of these industries as part of the country's economy and the hypocrisy of those who rail against these industries and yet spend their money within them. He refers to marijuana and pornography as "two commodities that Americans publicly abhor, privately adore and buy in astonishing amounts." Salon.com says, "Reefer Madness is more of a guided cultural tour, by turns infuriating, depressing and weirdly entertaining, than a polemic."