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Hydroponic Q+A

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    • TwistedSaint
      Hello all!    Been a massive enthusiast for the herb, for about 10 years (on a consumer level anyway)  currently looking into growing my own in the near future on a personal level. If I’m being honest I can’t believe it’s taken me 10 years to come to the conclusion I really should be doing this myself! so for everyone reading this with any experience, you can expect lots of questions you’ve probably been asked over a thousand times as well as some probably really daft ones from me.   Thanks for reading!
    • hepppedupondoofballs
      Obviously a sensible pricing strategy needs to be implemented in order to undercut black market sales but am I the only one who feels their prices aren't totally unreasonable? £8 or so a gram it works out for some top shelf bud. I'd shop there.
    • hepppedupondoofballs
      The first shopper at Cannabis NB's Main Street location in Moncton left without a purchase     Cannabis sales were brisk around New Brunswick on the first day of legalized retailing, despite prices in the province on many products that appeared to be the highest in Canada. Dameon Pettis was one of the first shoppers let into the Cannabis NB store on Moncton's Main Street but left without making a purchase. "The prices are just not in our price range, honestly," said Pettis. "I feel they should be lowered, but I guess in time.  Nothing happens overnight." Cannabis products offered for sale this week vary among provinces, making comprehensive pricing comparisons difficult. But on popular items for sale across the country it was hard to find any province charging more than New Brunswick. One item for sale on Wednesday almost everywhere was a whole cannabis flower called "Lemon Skunk" by the global company DNA Genetics. In New Brunswick, it was selling for $15.50 for a single gram including taxes, the most expensive price listed across Canada.   In Prince Edward Island, the same product was retailing for $14.50, in Newfoundland and Labrador it was $14 and in Nova Scotia it was $13.43. Prices were lower still west of the region including in Ontario ($13.25), Manitoba ($12.60) and British Columbia ($11.22). Competitive prices Cannabis NB president Brian Harriman said last week the new Crown corporation does not have instructions to maximize profits and pricing in New Brunswick would be "competitive" and set low enough to stomp out much of the the illegal market. "Obviously we're not going to get into a price war with the black market," Harriman said during an interview on Information Morning Fredericton. "Our goal is to shrink the illegal market and the reason we feel confident we can — we'll be priced competitively to today's (illegal) price — but (also) for similar reasons why people don't go to bootleggers anymore.  "When you have the opportunity to come into a Cannabis NB store with 250 products available with an educated person there to help you make the right choices and it's legal and it's safe — we think that shopping experience will be better than the current illegal one." Cannabis NB is budgeting for about $8 million per month in sales in its first year, but Harriman said it has no "profit mandate" from the province. Still, pricing on products on opening day were at the higher end of what other provinces have settled on. Highest pricing in Canada In Saint John, Shawna Cormier bought a pre-rolled joint from Edison called "City Lights," which Cannabis NB prices at $7.50. "It's a little more expensive, but we're celebrating," said Cormier. But the exact same purchase is $1 less in both P.E.I. and Nova Scotia, a difference common across a number of products. For example, on Wednesday Cannabis NB was selling the bud "Kinky Kush" by the Ontario grower CannTrust for $8.99 per gram, 13 per cent more than Ontario was charging.  a 15-gram bottle of indica buds from the company Plain Packaging cost $119.99 in New Brunswick, it was $11 cheaper in Newfoundland and Labrador as well as Nova Scotia and $25.19 less in Quebec. Nevertheless, Cannabis NB is projecting no profit for itself this year and insists making money is not its objective. "The province is not looking at it (cannabis) as a financial opportunity or as an economic mandate," said Harriman. "They're saying to us help us shrink the illegal market. Help us protect our kids. Let's regulate it and control it. Let's make sure we provide a good shopping experience and make it available across the province."
    • calif123
      Hi folks,   After harvesting my hands were covered in sticky stuff so rolled it all together and this is what I got:   This stuff is like rocket fuel. Way better than even the top shelf stuff on sale in amsterdam. What actually is it? I presume it is mashed up tricomes? If so, how is this different to what you get when you do bubble hash/other types of hash? It seems stronger. Cheers