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Sweet Seeds Strain Guide

Strain details for Sweet Seeds

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    • bongme
      hi   Nottinghamshire Police seize thousands of pounds worth of cannabis in Basford raid More than 120 cultivated stalks of cannabis were recovered from a house in Basford as officers clamped down on drug supply in the area.   Officers from the City West neighbourhood policing team were joined by response officers in the warrant, which took place in Gayhurst Road around 8am on Monday, March 8. The plants had been cultivated and dried in preparation of being sold on the streets. The estimated value of which is in the tens of thousands of pounds.       It marks a fantastic result for the team, who continue to work alongside response officers and the area’s dedicated Operation Reacher team to tackle criminal activity. Sgt Tracey Perkins, said: “We will not tolerate drug crime on our streets and this is brilliant example of the proactive action we take to stop drug dealing. “Not only is cannabis growing illegal but it can also be extremely dangerous due to the fire risk, especially if people are living in adjoining properties. “The heat given off by these kind of grows is immense and – when combined with often dangerous and bypassed electrics – poses a significant danger.   “We know some people may think that cannabis growing is a victimless crime but quite frankly, they’re wrong. "The production and distribution of drugs has a detrimental impact on communities and ruins lives. “We work closely with our local community to address their concerns and respond to any intelligence given to us. "You will be listened to and we will investigate the matter.   https://www.hucknalldispatch.co.uk/news/crime/nottinghamshire-police-seize-thousands-of-pounds-worth-of-cannabis-in-basford-raid-3157940   Bongme              
    • bongme
      hi Police discover huge cannabis farm Two men have been charged     Police discovered a drug factory with around 600 cannabis plants. Ergi Veliu, 21, and Eduardo Vishaj, 46, have appeared in court after the Staple Hill neighbourhood police team raided a Westerleigh Road address on March 3.   An Avon and Somerset police spokeswoman said growing equipment and about 600 plants were seized with support from Operation Viscount, the force's team tackling cannabis production. "Western Power also attended and made the electricity supply safe," she added. Veliu and Vishaj have both been charged with production of a controlled drug and abstracting electricity. They were remanded in custody at Bristol Magistrates' Court on March 5, ahead of their next hearing.   The case was adjourned to April 5 at Bristol Crown Court.   https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/police-discover-huge-cannabis-farm-5085299   Bongme    
    • bongme
      hi     Man wearing hoodie and slippers seen running from North Staffordshire cannabis grow   Police dismantled two cannabis grows over the weekend     Police officers dismantled two cannabis grows in Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire over the weekend. At one property in Station Road in Madeley, two men - including one wearing a hoodie and slippers - were seen running from a building where 146 cannabis plants were found.   Officers were originally called at 12.15am yesterday (March 7) by Western Power Distribution after suspicious activity was spotted on the readings. A Staffordshire Police spokesman said: "Officers attended and gained entry as Western Power had already made the building safe. Some 146 plants were found across three rooms on the top floor and in the roof. "Two vehicles were also seized from the driveway and the building was boarded up and secured by 4.20pm." Officers have also found 60 plants in a property in Blurton Road, Blurton following a tip-off from a member of the public.   When they attended the door was open and the lights were on.   The police spokesman added: "A search uncovered 60 cannabis plants and living quarters on the ground floor and another 60 plants upstairs spread across two bedrooms.   "Western Power also attended and had cut off the electricity supply to the property by 5am today (Monday 8 March). The property was sealed off and boarded up by 1pm this afternoon." Anyone with any information is asked to contact Staffordshire Police on Facebook, Twitter, or by calling 101 quoting incident eight or 800 of March 7.   https://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/news/stoke-on-trent-news/man-wearing-hoodie-slippers-seen-5086480   Bongme            
    • Maesteg Cannabis Club
      Chlorophyll isn't chlorine mate, chlorophyll does not contain chlorine as the name might suggest; the chloro- portion stems from the Greek chloros, which means yellowish green. The element chlorine derives its name from the same source, being a yellowish-green gas.