It does, actually. There's what you would expect with odors of pine, citrus, berries, and others. Very floral, overall.
I had to put the first batch into the veg trays on the inside fridge but then bought a small used fridge for $50. I'll be moving the produce out there today. In the meantime, those baking soda boxes for the fridge work great to reduce the odor to the point you have to open the fridge to get a whiff and even then it isn't overpowering. I have four of them put in the drawers.
We went to Reno a while back and bought a new car. On the way back we went through a small town and I caught a good whiff. Turns out there's a large legal hemp grow down that way. Couldn't say for sure that was where it was coming from.
The authorities also recently raided a few large illegal commercial-scale grows in the area, thus why I am unsure of the origin. Basically, because of the high taxes the black market is thriving and the counties and state are missing out on the revenue so they are raiding those blatantly flaunting the law.I had a similar experience in Colorado Springs recently
Can you refresh my memory and describe what variety you are growing. (sativa, indica, hybrid, name of cultivar)We've harvested two plants. They are currently trimmed and drying. After trimming we washed the buds and after 12-24 hours in the dry tent they went into paper bags and then into the fridge for a slow drying process that takes about three weeks. Washing gets pet hair and bugs gone and the low and slow drying method preserves terpenes and I am told leads to a better overall product. The remaining plants are anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks from being finished. Good medicine is on the way.
This grow consists of 6 strains or cultivars. They are: OG Kush CBD (sativa-leaning hybrid) and Northern Lights (indica) - both harvested, as well as Orange Sherbert (indica-leaning hybrid), Blueberry (indica-leaning hybrid), White Russian (indica-leaning hybrid), and Master Hemp MH1 (mostly sativa).Can you refresh my memory and describe what variety you are growing. (sativa, indica, hybrid, name of cultivar)
The House Judiciary Committee has approved a bill Wednesday that would decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act of 2019, or MORE Act, passed 24-10 after more than two hours of debate. It now heads to the full House.The bill would remove marijuana from the list of federally controlled substances, allow states to set their own marijuana policy and require federal courts to expunge prior convictions for marijuana offenses. A 5% tax on marijuana products would also establish a trust fund for programs designed to help people disproportionately impacted by the "war on drugs," including job training and treatment for substance abuse.
"For far too long, we have treated marijuana as a criminal justice problem instead of a matter of personal choice and public health. Whatever one's views on the use of marijuana for recreational or medicinal purposes, arresting, prosecuting and incarcerating users at the federal level is unwise and unjust," House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler said in his opening statement.
I figure at least three felonies and likely an intent to distribute to boot. For growing medicine for my kid. It's insane. If California is good for nothing else it's good for this.Alabama Laws & Penalties
Offense Penalty Incarceration Max. Fine Possession Personal Use Any amount Misdemeanor 1 year $ 6,000 Other Than Personal Use Any amount Felony 1 year and 1 day* - 10 years $ 15,000 * Mandatory minimum sentence and fine Sale Any amount Felony 2* - 20 years $ 30,000 By a person over 18 to a minor Felony 10 years - life $ 60,000 Within 3 mile radius of a school or a public housing project Felony 5 years N/A * Mandatory minimum sentence and fine Trafficking In excess of 2.2 lbs - less than 100 lbs Felony 3 years* $ 25,000 100 lbs - less than 500 lbs Felony 5 years* $ 50,000 500 lbs - less than 1,000 lbs Felony 15 years* $ 200,000 * Mandatory minimum sentence and fine Cultivation Manufacture 2nd Degree Felony 2* - 20 years $ 30,000 Manufacture 1st Degree Felony 10 years - life $ 60,000 * Mandatory minimum sentence and fine Hash & Concentrates Possession Felony 1 year and 1 day - 10 years $ 15,000 Manufacture 2nd Degree Felony 2 - 20 years $ 30,000 Manufacture 1st Degree Felony 10 years - life $ 60,000 Paraphernalia Use or possession of paraphernalia with intent to use Misdemeanor 1 year $ 6,000 Delivery or sale Misdemeanor 1 year $ 6,000 Use, deliver, or sell, possess with intent to deliver or sell, or manufacture with intent to deliver or sell, or to possess with intent to use, drug paraphernalia to manufacture a controlled substance Felony 1 year and 1 day - 10 years $ 15,000 Subsequent violation of delivery or sale Felony 1 year and 1 day - 10 years $ 15,000 Delivery or sale to a minor Felony 2 - 20 years $ 30,000 Miscellaneous A marijuana conviction will result in a 6 month driver's license suspension. Carly's Law is an affirmative and complete defense for the parent or caretaker of an individual who has a prescription for the possession and use of cannabidiol (CBD).