In My Grow Show #15

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“In My Grow Show” #15 The 420 Episode hosted by Alex Robles.

It’s 420 everyone, live it, love it.


What I’m smoking:  PineApple OG is a 70% sativa hybrid and is thought to be a cross between Pineapple Express and an unknown OG Kush hybrid

420 Happenings:

“High Times” Cannabis Cup SoCal 2018- 4 20-22 in San Bernardino: at the  National Orange Show Events Center.

Locally:  –SkunkMasters- Highlights are – Every patient gets 1/2gr of shatter or a prerolled.  Spend $300 get ½ gr shatter, free flower, 2 free edibles, 2 top shelf prerolled, Bhang disposable cartridge, skunkmasters t-shirt.  Go to for a complete list of specials.

-Sespe Creek Collective- Lots of merch and swag to give away, and some great raffle prizes… PLUS a local artist will be painting and a local DJ will keep it chill while you enjoy some munchies from Jim & Rob’s Fresh Grill in Ojai (food ticket included with minimum $35 purchase, while it lasts!).   For more info go to their FB page.

-Ojai Greens-  ADULT USE 21 AND OVER COMING SOON* 420 sales!!!!





Corrections: BCC Bureau of Cannabis Control

Report from the cannabis frontline:  -United Nations World Health Organization is due to review the current international classification of marijuana, THC, cannabidiol, and other related compounds and preparations this year. In the lead-up, the WHO is asking member nations to submit feedback. Between now and April 23rd, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is seeking public comment from “interested persons” (I.E. you) regarding the international Schedule 1 Status of marijuana under international agreements. Over 8,500 NORML members have already sent in their comments.

-Governor Bill Walker of Alaska signed SB 6 into law, to establish an agricultural pilot program to permit the cultivation, production, and sale of industrial hemp by registered providers.

-The Pennsylvania Department of Health Medical Marijuana Advisory Board recommended adding flower (to be vaped) as a form of medication

– Florida judge ruled that a medical cannabis patient has the right to grow his own marijuana.

-South Carolina and Maryland state legislatures adjourned this week, effectively killing a SC medical marijuana bill, and a MD decriminalization expansion bill.

-Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller signed a bill into law Thursday decriminalizing the possession of an ounce or less of marijuana in the city.


This is chart I found online.  Remember, every batch of neem will be similar but they won’t have exactly the same NPK.

Azadiractin :Min1000ppm Nimbin : Min 850ppm Salanin :Min 1500ppm
Nitrogen : Min 4% Phosphorus :Min 1.5% Potassium :Min 1.5%
PH :3.5 EC(dS/m) :2.2 Calcium :Min 0.7%
Magnesium :Min 0.5% Sodium :8(mg/Kg) Sulphate :12(mg/Kg)
Copper :14(mg/Kg) Iron :600(mg/kg) Manganese : 22(mg/kg)
Zinc :54(mg/kg) Silica :1.04% Sulphur :Min 1.20%

Kelp: Kelp contains more than 60 trace elements used by plants, including iron, copper, zinc, molybdenum, boron, manganese, cobalt and alginic acid, to name a few. It helps in the development of healthy extensive root systems and offers natural resistance to harmful nematodes, diseases and pests. It improves seed germination, increases stem strength and helps plants deal with drought, high temperatures and frost. Kelp also helps soil by improving its structure, aeration and moisture retention. It normalizes pH levels and stimulates soil bacteria.

Oyster Shell: Is 96% calcium carbonate.   Also helps balance soil pH.

Azomite: These are some of the it’s micro-nutrients

Boron (B) – It helps move sugars from cell to cell; control starch formation; stimulates cell division, flower formation and pollination.

Calcium (Ca) – Raw material for holding cell walls; raises pH; aids genetic stability; promotes root hair formation and earth; stiffens straw.

Cobalt (Co) – Needed by Rhizobium for nitrogen fixation; helps form vitamin B12; improves growth, water movement and photosynthesis; improves growth, water movement and photosynthesiston; activates certain enzymes.

Copper (Cu) – Enzyme activator, particularly for certain protein forming enzymes and Vitamin A forming enzymes; it stimulated stem development and pigment formation.

Iron (Fe) – Raw material for several enzymes including those that form chlorophyll and those that help oxidize (burn) sugar for energy; also necessary for legume nitrogen fixation.

Magnesium (Mg) – Raw material for chlorophyll formation; activates enzymes particularly those involved with nitrogen reactions and energy metabolism; it increases oil production n flax and soybeans; helps regulate uptake of other elements.

Molybdenum (Mo) – Needed for nitrogen fixation and nitrogen use in the plant; specifically it is needed to make amino acids; it stimulates plant growth and vigor very much like nitrogen.

Phosphorous (P) – Raw material of genetic material (DNA and RNA) and for energy carrying compounds (ATP and ADP); stimulates fruit, seed and root production and early season growth; increases winter hardiness.

Potassium (K) – Necessary for sugar movement from leaves to developing fruits and seeds and for starch formation. It helps water movement; stimulates fruit, seed and root production and increases disease resistance; increases red pigment in fruits.

Silicon (Si) – Increases the number of seeds (particularly in rice and other grains); increases sugar cane growth.

Sodium (Na) Necessary for proper carbohydrate production and use; increases resistance to drought; increases sugar content in some crops (sugar beets).

Zinc (Zn) Raw materials for several enzymes including those that form growth controlling substances; stimulates stem growth and flower bud formation.


  • The Jazz Piano

Peg and the Rejected

  • West Coast Freed the Weed

The Tall Pines

  • The Key.


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