IMGS Ep. 121: Kevin Jodrey

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Kevin talks about the exportation of the American cannabis culture.

Produced by Rodney Medina

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IMGS Ep. 115: The difference between the male and female cannabis plant.

 

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Show Notes:  Welcome to Ep. 115. I hope everyone’s gardens are looking great.  It is hot in July, 2020, in America.  Green beans, caterpillars, trichogramma, lace wings and ants.  Friday was 710, I hope you celebrated successfully.  It’s turning into CARS out there.

Strain of the Week:  No strain this week but a word about my bag seed “Mystery Girl”.  Pine, lemon, cheese smell with a fuel taste at the end.

Social Media:  Local grow off.  Go to IG @elevate_lompoc.

Report from the cannabis front line:

-Canada drug reform https://www.marijuanamoment.net/top-canadian-police-association-says-its-time-to-decriminalize-all-drugs/

-Psychedelic and nutraceutical brand Cybin Corp. and drug delivery company IntelGenx partnered to develop oral dissolving film for psilocybin consumption.

-Pennsylvania looks to cannabis to fill coffers https://www.marijuanamoment.net/pennsylvania-senate-democrats-push-for-marijuana-legalization-to-boost-revenue-amid-coronavirus/

Conversations with: Cannabis Gardening 101- Male and Female cannabis plants.

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Shaolin Dub – Billowing Smoke

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En Mi Cultivo con Alex Ep. 2: El sistema endocannabinoide.

por Alex Robles

Este espectáculo está patrocinado por Sanna Gente y su Barra de alivio. Visite Sannagente.com, eche un vistazo a todos sus productos y ordene su Barra de Alivio hoy.

 

Bienvenidos de nuevo a todos.  Este es el episodio # 2 del programa, gracias por escuchar. Hoy quiero hablar sobre el sistema endocannabinoide.  Me tomó más tiempo de lo que pensé que sería armar esto.

Lactic Acid Bacteria Serum (LABS)

by Alex Robles

Recently I had the awesome pleasure to have a conversation with Joe Grows about LABS (Lactic Acid Bacteria Serum).  Joe was the perfect person to ask to help me understand how it works and how it benefits our cannabis plants and our other gardens.  There’s no way I could possibly explain everything we talked about, so instead, I’m just going to leave the link to his website (thefermentationfarmer.com).  If your interested in natural farming techniques, soil recipes, compost tea recipes or Korean natural farming (KNF) go check it out.  Trust me, you will learn at least one thing over there.

https://joegroworegon.wixsite.com/fermentationfarmer

 

Using Neoseiulus Cucumeris in our cannabis/marijuana garden.

by Alex Robles

Neoseiulus cucumeris was the first phytoseiid mite found to feed on thrips, in 1939.  It was forgotten about or looked past until the 1980. We become a lot more concerned with pests becoming resistant to chemical controls. Those chemicals were also starting to get into groundwater and affect the environment and our health in a negative way.  So that’s the cucumeris became such a popular general biological predator for pest management.

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Fungus Gnats and the Cannabis Plant.

By Alex Robles

     Before we start talking about fungus gnats I need to mention how important it is to learn how to water your plants.  I know it seems like a stupid thing to bring up because it sounds so basic, but many plants have met their death by over watering.  Most of those victims have been seedlings and young plants since their root system is still developing. However, too much or too little water or bad soil conditions (e.g., poor drainage, or waterlogging) are much more common causes of wilted plants.  

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