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How can farmers protect their cannabis plants from pests? - Cannabis News
Cannabis farmers often have to face the mercy of a number of exterior factors damaging their crops – so, how can they protect their plants from pests?
10 Healthy, Productive Things To Do While High - Cannabis News
You can remain physically and mentally healthy while running your business from home. Here are 10 productive ways to spend your free time in quarantine (while high, of course).
Why Marijuana and Yoga Is a Match Made in Nirvana - Cannabis News
Marijuana and yoga can, singularly or in tandem, affect a sense of enhanced body awareness — and who couldn’t use a little happiness booster?
Jarros Friedel has his medical marijuana card and has been experimenting with recipes that go beyond the standard of gummies and brownies.
Here are the best new cultivars and clones to grow in 2020 -- selected based on interviews with the world’s most influential breeders, what’s available legally in stores and online, and data trends in popular strains.
Whether it’s clothes, glass art, photography or paraphernalia, ‘stoner culture’ has inspired all sorts of artists.
“It’s like when you drink whiskey or wine — there’s more to it than just the alcohol content.”
The cannabis craze is in full bloom, and some Chicago bar and restaurant owners are experimenting with its non-trippy cousin to capitalize on the buzz, as it were.
Many people experience stress or depression this time of year and research suggest cannabis could help you through the holiday blues.
“Sometimes in the middle of a run I would forget I was running and just chill out for a second," says baker Michelle Rabin.
Big-box retailers plan to enter the cannabis market by selling you all the marijuana accessories you’ll ever need.
Robert Crumb’s original “Stoned Agin!” artwork is going up for bid for the first time ever in Heritage Auctions’ Comics & Comic Art Auction Nov. 21-24 in Dallas, Texas.
The job pays up to $3,000 a month.
For those with social anxiety who prefer to be alone or in the company of a small group of close friends, social situations involving a large group of people can be quite stressful.
Cannabis cultivators need a clean, reproducible growing process that can cater to high demand and create consistent product. Enter large-scale, plant tissue culture propagation.
Are these classifications accurate, and — perhaps more importantly — can they be used to authentically predict a person’s experience when consuming cannabis?
When it hits the shelves later this month, the organic Cannabread will have the taste and smell of the plant without the intoxicating effects, says Lowy bakery.
The degree aims to increase formal expertise in marijuana for people looking to recommend and sell the drug to patients.