Tallahassee.comFlorida's marijuana grow seizures downTallahassee.comIndoor marijuana grow operations accounted for the majority of plants seized in Florida last year. Last year's seizures –18, 505 plants worth $55.6 million – came from 328 indoor and outdoor grow operations across Florida. The joint operation, the … Read More: Florida's marijuana grow seizures
Daily MailDetectives find marijuana grow operations in three of the four Ohio homes where family of eight were slain in 'well …Daily MailThe family who had eight members slain by a rampaging gunman were involved in drugs, it was revealed tonight. Detectives uncovered marijuana 'grow operations' in three of the
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On Friday the 18th of March 2016 the renowned drug activist Joep Oomen unexpectedly passed away in his house in Antwerp. The cannabis community lost an icon who will be sorely missed. Oomen was co-founder of several advocacy groups including Encod, Cannabis Social Club ‘Trekt Uw Plant’ in Antwerp and the
Farmers prepare to embrace cannabis as the next commodityKBIAWhile Gov. John Hickenlooper reluctantly took up the mantle of legalized cannabis, the state's leaders are beginning to embrace it. Take for example, the 2016 Governor's Forum on Agriculture, held in Denver. A typical farm conference, farmers in denim … Read More:
The GuardianPot is power hungry: why the marijuana industry's energy footprint is growingThe GuardianA study by scientist Evan Mills, with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, revealed that legalized indoor marijuana-growing operations account for 1% of total electricity use in the US, at a cost of $6bn per year. Annually, such
AMSTERDAM, FEBRUARY 10 – In an historic turn of events, medicinal cannabis patient Rudolf Hillebrand can continue to grow his own, a Dutch judge ruled earlier today. Cannabis is the only thing that works to reduce Hillenbrand’s nausea, induced by the plentiful amount of HIV medication provided. On average, Hillenbrand
EcoWatchThese California Nuns Grow Medical Marijuana, But Their City Wants to Shut Them DownEcoWatchTwo self-proclaimed nuns, Sister Kate and Sister Darcey, grow and sell marijuana for medicinal purposes in Merced, California. But the future of their business is now in jeopardy as the Merced City Council issued a temporary ban