Welcome to the International Cannagraphic website, a global community of cannabis growers, activists, business entrepreneurs, photographers, breeders, vendors and medical patients. Our Forums span the globe, with members sharing their cannabis growing experiences, techniques and tips in many languages. Our Grow Reports, Tutorials, Strainguide and Galleries, offer a wealth of information and images for the novice and expert alike. There’s always something new to learn on ICMag!
International Cannagraphic Magazine features stories and videos about cannabis growing around the world. The ICMag team consists of writers, photographers, reviewers and editors who… Continue reading
Flip Chip Opto releases a first-in-class 2400 watt high powered horticultural flip chip COB. The 2400 watt flip chip COB is part of their new Duet series geared towards the grow light industry. The Duet 2400 is based on the company’s 3-PAD Pillar Metal Core Printed Circuit Board technology. This technology allows a breakthrough in high powered horticultural flip chip LEDs, reducing junction temperatures to 0.003˚C/W on Duet 2400 at a maximum power of 2433 watts. Continue reading
Tissue Culturing is an interesting technique for replicating plants that has emerged over the last few years. Here we will explain what you need to know about, and how you might be using these plantlets, or so-called artificial seeds, in your own garden soon.
“The term “ tissue culture” is commonly used in a very wide sense to include in vitro aseptic culture of plant cells, tissue and organs. It is the term for “the process of growing cells artificially in the laboratory.” It involves both plant and animal cells. Tissue culture produces clones, in which all product cells have the same genotypes (unless affected by mutation during culture).” 
Can Cannabis Cure Autism? We Don’t Know, But It’s a Question Worth Asking
Cannabis is already helping children with autism
AutismOne, the world’s largest and most comprehensive autism conference, is delighted to announce a medical cannabis track for parents and professionals. The conference will be held May 25–29, 2016, at the Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel, Rosemont, IL.
Of tremendous interest is a scheduled presentation by Dr. Judy Mikovits titled “Can Cannabis Cure Autism? We Don’t Know, But It’s a Question Worth Asking.” Dr. Mikovits, whose long and distinguished career in immune dysfunction and retrovirology said, “Given the potential to mitigate human suffering and lost potential, not only is cannabis as a cure for autism a question worth asking, it is criminal not to do so.” Continue reading
Congratulations and many thanks are due to the excellent photographers of the International Cannagraphic. Every month we vote for the best images, nominated by the site members themselves.
It is with great pleasure that we bring you this slide show of the stunning images that won the eyes, and votes, of the Cannagraphic community. Continue reading
Today, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos signed a decree legalizing medical marijuana.
Medical marijuana patients in Colombia can now obtain licenses allowing them to possess and grow cannabis.
This is a big step on the way to decriminalizing the use and production of cannabis for everyone.
Colombia has been at the forefront of the worldwide War on Drugs, pushed by the US, contributing to a decades long civil war in that country. Rebels and drug cartels have made hundreds of billions of dollars selling marijuana, cocaine and more recently heroin and meth. The War on Drugs has only increased their… Continue reading
This last test grow done by CoCoSativas of Reeferman‘s seeds has gone rather well, as you can see above in the photo of a finished bud of the Hau Bac x Golden Temple Kush. Continue reading
In ancient times borscht (also spelled borsch, borsht, or bortsch) was prepared with common hogweed, recently the use of beets and tomatoes as the main ingredient has become more common. This soup was found all throughout Eastern Europe, from the Ukraine into Russia, Poland, Romania, Moldova, Czech, Lithuania and even into Albania. An Armenian version has been adopted in far western China and is made there with red cabbage and tomatoes.
Almost all have a meat base to the soup, but here is a vegetarian, cannabis-infused version.
The common thread through all the many borschts of the world is… Continue reading
Who Dat Is has been at it this summer, creating spots here and there along the hills in his area to grow plants. Many growers could use this method easily and cheaply to grow not only cannabis but other garden vegetables and herbs in deer-populated areas where fenced yards are not feasible for one reason or another.
Who Dat Is says he likes to play with power tools, which makes all this easier. Here is a slider showcasing how he prepares a spot and builds a planter. Click the right and left arrows to move back and forth, or click… Continue reading