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Is Cannabis the Cure for Rural Unemployment?

By | June 28th, 2018|Business, Culture, economy, environment, farming, featured|

For those of us living in cities, the memories of the 2007 economic crash are a distant memory. But for our neighbors in rural counties, the ghosts of the depression are still haunting vacant towns where farming and manufacturing used to thrive. According to the Economic Research Service arm of the USDA, rural and metro [...]

Switching to LED? Here’s What You Need to Know

By | June 19th, 2018|environment, featured, Grow, Grow Gear, grow lights|

Light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures have improved dramatically since they were introduced a few decades ago, but you still need to know how to grow in innovative ways to get the most for your investment. Replacing conventional high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps like high-pressure sodium and metal halide with an LED fixture requires an LED with proper [...]

Crystals and Cannabis Overlap In More Ways Than You’d Think

By | June 15th, 2018|Culture, environment, spirituality|

By day, the Ace of Diamonds quartz crystal mine’s piles of “tailings,” the rocks dug out and left over from larger crystal excavations, sparkle in the sun. Slivers of what almost look like glass buried in the dried mud shimmer across the property. A welcome breeze always seems to cool a sweaty brow at the [...]

$4k ‘Elephant Tusk’ Joint Sold at Auction

By | June 15th, 2018|activism, Culture, environment, Events, featured, News|

Last night, the new premium cannabis company Stone Road Farms hosted what is sure to be one of the coolest parties of the summer. Thrown at Fig Earth Supplies in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, this party had it all: a full bar, areas where party-goers could customize their own joints (plus pocket a [...]

Use of Toxic Pesticides Increased in California’s Illegal Weed Farms

By | May 30th, 2018|environment, featured, News, pesticides, safety|

The use of toxic chemicals like pesticides and insecticides has long been one of the biggest dangers associated with cannabis. When growers—whether legal or illegal—use harmful chemicals it can be dangerous for the local environment and for whoever ends up smoking the weed. Now, it looks like this could be a bigger problem than ever [...]

Inside THC Design LA: Premium Estate-Grown Cannabis

By | May 1st, 2018|California, environment, featured, Grow, Los Angeles, Sustainability|

How did an outlaw weed farmer from Oklahoma become a medical-marijuana grower in California and produce hundreds of pounds of premium estate-grown cannabis in a sustainable and environmentally conscious facility? Take an insider’s tour of THC Design’s massive indoor marijuana garden in the heart of Los Angeles and see just what it takes to grow [...]

5 Ways To Make The Cannabis Industry More Sustainable

By | April 14th, 2018|Business, environment, featured, grow lights, Sustainability, water|

The cannabis industry has exploded, growing an unprecedented 30% in 2016 to $6.7 billion in early 2017. This profit gain happened largely as the legal markets expanded, allowing marijuana users in many states to purchase the drug recreationally. But forget the money for a second. With all this production, both by individuals and industrial growers, [...]

The Right To Grow Industrial Hemp Could Be Coming To Maryland

By | March 1st, 2018|Congress, environment, hemp, Maryand, News|

The post The Right To Grow Industrial Hemp Could Be Coming To Maryland appeared first on High Times. Cannabis laws in Maryland have been gradually evolving over the past few years. In the latest developments, the right to grow industrial hemp could be coming to Maryland. This change could pave the way for a stronger [...]

Indiana Has Finally Legalized Industrial Hemp

By | February 2nd, 2018|environment, farming, hemp, Indiana, News|

The post Indiana Has Finally Legalized Industrial Hemp appeared first on High Times. Indiana has finally legalized industrial hemp, which means that farmers could soon have the freedom to grow this cash crop. Lawmakers have been pushing for years to bring this versatile plant to the Hoosier State. But some worry it is a step [...]

Marijuana And Mountain Lions: Why Ecologists Are Worried

By | December 13th, 2017|animals, California, environment, legalization, News, regulations|

The post Marijuana And Mountain Lions: Why Ecologists Are Worried appeared first on High Times. As it turns out, marijuana and mountain lions aren’t a good pairing. At least, according to ecologists. Some experts are worried about the impact cannabis legalization in California will have on the state’s delicate ecosystem. Here’s what the concern is [...]