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I;ve finally gotten around to getting plants outside, Its been in the high 90's with no problems so far, I'll be using Roots organic soil and smelly teas for this grow, All plants have been treated with Avid
I hope Im able to show that even you can grow cannabis.
Feel free to ask any questions, I'll update this thread regularly throughout the summer.
This year our security has been beefed up to include 12 volt backup with solar power. 14 cameras with sound, along with several secret security devices to include auto email updates on motion detection,
We'll have one in the ground and a few above ground, (30 gallon cloth pots)
Coffee affects cannabis and steroid systems
Date: March 15, 2018 Source: Northwestern University Summary: It's well known that a morning cup of joe jolts you awake. But scientists have discovered coffee affects your metabolism in dozens of other ways, including your metabolism of steroids and the neurotransmitters typically linked to cannabis, reports a new study from Northwestern Medicine.
In a study of coffee consumption, Northwestern scientists were surprised to discover coffee changed many more metabolites in the blood than previously known. Metabolites are chemicals in the blood that change after we eat and drink or for a variety of other reasons.
The neurotransmitters related to the endocannabinoid system -- the same ones affected by cannabis -- decreased after drinking four to eight cups of coffee in a day. That's the opposite of what occurs after someone uses cannabis. Neurotransmitters are the chemicals that deliver messages between nerve cells.
Cannabinoids are the chemicals that give the cannabis plant its medical and recreational properties. The body also naturally produces endocannabinoids, which mimic cannabinoid activity.
In addition, certain metabolites related to the androsteroid system increased after drinking four to eight cups of coffee in a day, which suggests coffee might facilitate the excretion or elimination of steroids. Because the steroid pathway is a focus for certain diseases including cancers, coffee may have an effect on these diseases as well.
"These are entirely new pathways by which coffee might affect health," said lead author Marilyn Cornelis, assistant professor of preventive medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. "Now we want to delve deeper and study how these changes affect the body."
Little is known about how coffee directly impacts health. In the new study, Northwestern scientists applied advanced technology that enabled them to measure hundreds of metabolites in human blood samples from a coffee trial for the first time. The study generates new hypotheses about coffee's link to health and new directions for coffee research.
The paper will be published March 15 in the Journal of Internal Medicine.
Using hens for composting
When my house was built, it was the last one in this area so a lot of fill was added. The dirt was worthless to grow anything including a lawn that was watered daily. I still think that's amazing since this area was a field for a dairy farm. So I turned to my country roots. Since I live in the suburbs, I needed a small animal that could bring this nearly dead soil back to life. In my area, I'm allowed to raise hens only. Roosters are considered too noisy. While they are repairing the soil, they'll also give eggs that I used to raise my family.
Some quick facts about chickens:
Arbuscular Mycorrhiza and Growth Responses of Several Ornamental Plants Grown in Soilless Peat-based Medium Amended with Coconut Dust (Coir)Coconut fiber dust (coir) is being used as a peat substitute or amendment to potting mixes with varied results. However, its microbial composition and compatibility with beneficial microbes that might be added to growth media in the nursery, such as mycorrhizal fungi, has not been determined. In this study, coir was amended to a peat-based medium (15%, 30%, 45%, and 60% by volume) to determine its effects on growth of several ornamental plants and on the formation and function of the arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungus Glomus intraradices.
Integrated Holistic Care
Integrated Holistic Care is a Southern Oregon non-profit medical and health education organization dedicated to providing our communities with quality health counseling and education services that are rooted in a whole systems approach to medicine that seeks to address the root causes of disease. ......
Good afternoon all!
Harvest time is quickly approaching and things are looking frosty! In the past when trimming I have usually used a cardboard box but this time I am trying to step my game up a little bit. I am curious if anyone has a "harvest more trim bin" that I could borrow for five days or so?
I would definitely make it worth your while, banana OG, tiramisu cookies, and gorilla glue are all coming down. Timberrrrr!
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