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
One of the longest-lasting threads on the International Cannagraphic is the Chanting Grower’s Group, started in July of 2004, by PassTheDoobie who refers to himself as a Bodhisattva of the Earth and Cannabis Aficionado. This thread grew and grew and became so large we began a second part which continues the chanting anew for the future.
The Lotus Flower
Recently we asked an avid poster in the Chanting Grower’s Group to sum up for us why this thread has prospered and grown along with the International Cannagraphic since it’s early days online. Longtime site member, Weird, responded thoughtfully with… Continue reading
Congratulations to Sensi Seeds and Ben Dronkers on their 30th Anniversary!
Sensi Seeds, one of the oldest seedbanks still in existence is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a special exhibition, “Grow On: 30 Years of Sensi Seeds!” in their Hash Marihuana Cáñamo & Hemp Museum in Barcelona.
Founded in 1985 by Ben Dronkers, Sensi Seeds became the largest cannabis genetic seed bank in the world, enabling recreational and medicinal growers alike to get access to the highest quality of cannabis genetics.
From the late seventies until the mid-eighties, Dutch philanthropist Ben Dronkers traveled the world, seeking out the best… Continue reading