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Winner of several harvest festivals, and "High Times" Cannabis Cup. Skunk #1 (75% Sativa, 25% Indica) was
originally a cross between 25% Afghani, 25% Mexican Acapulco Gold and 50% Colombian Gold. Inbred since
1978, now a stabilized homogeneous strain. Blooms with long, thick buds, varying in color from light green to
golden. Very high flower to leaf ratio. Soft and sweet aroma and a very strong "up" high. Excellent variety for
indoor growing or greenhouse with darkening system. Very high yields. Easy to manicure. This variety serves as
a standard against which others can be measured. I took 6 clones off one and the growth pattern is unusual. Instead of growing a main stem like most plants,
this seems to have many smaller stems like a bush. I am only about 10 days into flowering, so I am curious
as to what kind of bud formation to expect. Leaf is usually a good indicator and this leaf "kicks ass"!
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The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 3
The Social Construction of Reality
All civilizations set rules concerning what is real and what is not, what is true and what
is false. All societies select out of the data before them a world, one world, the world
taken for granted, and declare that the real world. Each one of these artificially
constructed worlds is to some degree idiosyncratic. No individual views reality directly,
"in the raw," so to speak, but our perceptions are narrowly channeled through concepts
and interpretations. What is commonly thought of as reality, that which exists, or simply
is, is a set of concepts, assumptions, justifications, defenses, all generally collectively
agreed-upon, which guide and channel each individual's perceptions in a specific
direction. The specific rules governing the perception of the universe which man inhabits
are more or less arbitrary, a matter of convention. Every society establishes a kind of
Meaning, then, does not automatically come about. Rather, it is read into every
situation, event, entity, object, phenomenon. What one individual understands by a given
phenomenon may be absolutely heterogenous to what another individual understands. In a
sense, then, the reality itself is different. The only reality available to each individual
consciousness is a subjective reality. Yet this insight poses a dilemma: we must see in a
skewed manner or not at all. For, as Berger and Luckmann point out, "To include
epistemological questions concerning the validity of sociological knowledge is like trying
to push a bus in which one is riding."1 Sociologists, too, are implicated in this same
process. But unless we wish to remain huddled in the blind cave of solipsism, the problem
should not paralyze us. We leave the problem of the validity of sociological knowledge to
the metaphysical philosophers.
If we wish to grasp the articulation between ideology and what Westerners call science,
we must look to fundamental cultural beliefs that stimulate or inhibit the growth of
scientific-empirical ideas. One form of this selection process, the course of defining the
nature of the universe, involves the rules of validating reality. A procedure is established
for accepting inferential evidence; some forms of evidence will be ruled out as irrelevant,
while others will serve to negotiate and determine what is real. For instance, some
religious systems have great faith in the validity of the message of the senses.2 Other
civilizations give greater weight to mystical insight, to the reality beyond empirical reality.
The sociologist's task starts with this vast cultural canvas. While the "major mode" of
the epistemological selection and validation process involves the decision to accept or rule
out the data of our senses, within this tradition, minor modes of variation Wilkinson,J
a very holy city. It is also known for high quality hashish. Although hash
from the area had been readily available in the late 70's, the Soviet invasion of that country greatly reduced
exports. In 1985, an Afghan refugee told Nevil the (cannabis) fields around Mazar-i-Sharif were being
destroyed. ""That was what I needed to hear"" says Nevil, "" I caught the next plane to Pakistan to save the
"""After being smuggled into a refugee camp in Peshawar while lying on the floor of a car, Nevil made contact
with a 30-year old Muslim fanatic who had a throbbing vein that ran from between his eyes straight up to his
forehead. The man took a lump of black hash out of his pocket and told Nevil that it had been processed by
his uncle, a man known as Mister Hashish. Surrounded by four men pointing machine guns at him, Nevil set
about negotiating with Mr. Hashish, a Mujahedin commander, and finally persuaded him to send a squad of
his men 280 miles into Soviet occupied territory and come back with two kilos of healthy Mazari seeds.
Nevil added "" He thought I was ridiculous because I didn't want to buy hashish or opium. Nobody had ever
come out to buy seeds, and at first he had no idea what I was talking about. I tried there trying to explain
genetics to this tribal hash leader in sign language. When he finally figured out what I wanted, he asked too
much money. I took a zero off his price and gave him 10% up front. He called me a bandit, but I had the
seeds four days later."" - Nevil Schoenbottom, High Times Magazine, March 1987"
"If you got the real stuff from serious, the trick will be remaining patient while those babies mature. My AK-47
seeds produced two outstanding mothers, each of which are about the best smoke I or any of my friends
have ever had (plus a few other very interesting plants).
My seedlings didn't show a lot of vigor, but that may have been from overwatering on my part - I was
completely new at the whole thing. They tend to be pretty sativa in appearance, though I did get a couple of
slightly indica types. They show preflowers at about six weeks, and do best topped back before flowering.
They grow a lot, and stretch if you're not careful with them. My best smoking mothers weren't great yielders,
but they were tall. Just not great branching. Best to grow them SOG with tight spacing. Although I did get one
mother that branched like crazy, but the buds were stringy and stemmy and I won't be growing her out again."
"I never had any problems with infestations or nutrients. You can give them high nutrient doses and they do
fine. Flowering time tends to be long, between 56-70 days, depending on the mother, although you can go
short, but it hurts the yield. Yields in general were not great, but then neither is my growing technique and
experience. Others report pretty good yields from what I hear.
The high is just plain supreme. Very up, cerebral, but smooth and completely non-paranoid. No racing. My
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“Early Girl - This is a mostly Indica early variety developed in Northern California. The plants are compact and
very sturdy, and will tend to grow to one main stem. Very potent, medium yield, with a hashy taste and aroma.
Inbred for 4 generations and carefully selected for quality and earliness. Early Girl is an outstanding choice for
growers seeking an early Indica-type.
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other killer strains to get crosses that are even BETTER than the blueberry. StoneBlue which is a cross of
Stonehedge and Blueberry has got to be one of the best ever strains. Blue widow is almost as good sacrificing
a LITTLE bit of potency for flavor and quality of high." -NCGA higher. The police simply "being
around" accounts for much of the differential in crime rates. A crime undetected is, from
an official point of view, a crime uncommitted. In addition, many criminologists think that
having been exposed to prison gives a person criminal tendencies.36 Prisons are the
most effective spawning grounds of criminals known to man. Anyone who has served
some time in prison is more likely to come out a potential professional criminal than he is
to be "rehabilitated."
In addition, Gardikas assumes that the crimes for which the 117 offenders were arrested
were the result of having been involved with hashish, since they followed the hashish
arrest. This is a good example of the post hoc fallacy. We have no idea why these 420
offenses were committed, let alone can we be sure that they were caused by the hashish.
Nor do we know that the arrested individuals were not involved in a life of crime before
the hashish arrest. Merely because they had not been arrested until then is no indication
that they did not commit nonhashish crimes. They might very well have been criminals all
along and picked up hashish along the way, and been merely unfortunate enough to get
arrested first for the hashish.
All we really know from the Gardikas study is that arrested hashish smokers are
involved in a good deal of crime. We have no idea whether hashish "causes" the
violations, or was associated with them in any way. We know nothing about whether the
nonarrested smoker is also as criminal, or whether he ever commits crimes. We do not
know how representative the sample even is of arrested users, let alone users in general.
As a demonstration of the criminogenic effect of cannabis, this study is of extremely
dubious value at best.
Our Two Hundred Interviews
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The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 9
In our interview study, we asked the respondents to enumerate any and all arrests which
they might have experienced. It is almost impossible to make a systematic, rigorous, and
meaningful comparison with the general population with the aim of determining whether
marijuana users are "more criminal" or "less criminal" than nonusers. Our sample is not
representative. (But no sample of lawbreakers ever is a true cross-section.) It is a different
average age than the American population—a median of twenty-two as opposed to twentyseven,
with almost no very young or very old. It is entirely urban—nearly all reside in
New York City. It is more middle-class than the nation as a whole. We know that all of
the sample, to be included in the study, have engaged in criminal behavior—marijuana
use, possession, and sale—and on that basis alone, be expected to be arrested more times
than the average member of American society. We might isolate out at least a dozen such
factors which make the two "populations" incomparable. Some of these factors would
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oxious, boisterous, boring,
fatuous, inane, and often violent.
A twenty-two-year-old college graduate, a "dealer,"
explains: "I go out in the drinking world, sorta.... A lotta my friends in school aren't hip to
drugs, and they don't think I am. It's really strange. When I'm stoned, I find it real hard,
'cuz, I don't know, their ways, you know, the jokes and slapping around and loud tones,
really gets to you after a while.
But when I'm straight I can sorta take it. But not high." It
might be hypothesized that this sense of superiority grows out of real or imagined
criticism for partaking in a
cannabis holland condemned activity.
Regardless of the origin of the feeling, it
is genuine, and it forms an element in the marijuana subculture.
One of the more damaging antimarijuana arguments that users wish to demolish
revolves around the notion of the drug being capable of producing psychological
dependency. This item in the opposition's propaganda baggage is emphatically rejected;
users assert it simply does not happen. "I can take it or leave it," is an almost universal
response. Heroin addicts contrast sharply: they often can pinpoint the exact day they
realized they were hooked, and, at the more extended stages of use at least, almost never
deny their dependency, except insofar as it may be tactically advantageous. Anyone who
asserts that marijuana is as dependency-producing as heroin ("At this point the
marijuana user is just as 'hooked' as are the persons we used to call addicts")6 must
explain the vast difference between the claims of the two groups; true or false, we assume
that they tap some kind of underlying reality.
The following affidavit submitted by a former user in defense of a friend who was
arrested for marijuana possession illustrates the claim to the complete lack of power of
dependency in the chemical agent, cannabis; tobacco, the argument runs, in contrast, has
Marijuana is not harmful to my knowledge, because I have been using it
since 1949, almost daily, with only beneficial results.
It has a relaxing effect
when tenseness is present. My depth of perceptions has been increased; this
carries over into times when I am not under the influence of marijuana.
Teaching children is my profession.
I have been a teacher for thirty years
and at present am the teacher-principal of a public school. During school I
never feel the need of using cannabis sativa, however, each recess is eagerly
awaited for smoking cigarettes.
I do not consider marijuana a habit-forming
drug, but to me nicotine is.7
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The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 4
After the furor which followed this public testament (given to a judge), its author wrote:
"... my house is 'clean.' I have had no marijuana in the house since then, nor have I
smoked it. This way I am able to prove that marijuana is not addictive or habit-forming,
any more than brushing one's teeth or listening to music is addictive."8
In an unp
I'm on my 4th crop of Shishkeberry. I've grown topped and untopped. I would say top after the 5th or 6th
internode. Depending on how much room (height) you have. Clip lowest 2 side branches too, as they will
normally not make it to the top of the canopy and won't produce good flowers. If you train the plant right you
will have from 8 to 12 colas per plant. The plant will finish between 2.5 and 3 feet tall. My current grow I tried
growing 2 plants per container and its too crowded. Because Shishke is so bushy/big leaf I would try to grow no
more than 1 plant per sq. foot." - Shishke Ganga
Shoer, and W By 1975 over 36 million Americans had tried
the drug, and among the 20-24 age group over 10%were using it on a daily basis This established the
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This is a mostly Indica variety, one of the earliest in our outdoor collection. Very potent, medium yield, with a
hashy taste and aroma. These compact plants will tend to grow to one main stem. An ideal choice for your
balcony.” – Sensi Seed Bank catalog Como Plantar Cannabis In Door
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"I've grown skunk 1 and hybrids made from it for nearly 20 years. To get a really a good quality crop outdoors
you need to be less than 40 deg from the equator it will need at least 10 weeks from the equinox to finish.
With good cultivation will make 3 to 4 meters high and yield a pound or so of good bud per plant. Indoors it
needs a minimum of 50 w per sq. ft and preferably double and takes 9 to 12 weeks to finish on 12 hrs. Its
75% sat and cant be grown like a modern indica hybrid but when grown properly gives all the modern var.'s a
good run for the money." - Oldtimer1. 6·THCs and their Metabolites 199
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