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Vapour Heads

Vapourizing hints, tips and discussions.

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    • Biokid
      @Phoenix @Salty You have a blinkered view of the fish farming industry. Open Salmon feedlots in the mouths of many West Coast Scottish rivers are the main reason for the massive decline in wild fish. Predation of young fish going out to sea for the first time by Sea Lice which are prolific in these areas, attracted by the captive fish. The massive damage to aquaculture by the masses of chemicals used to kill the lice, antibiotics used to alleviate the myriad diseases these captive fish are prone to, artifical colourant in the feed to make the meat its traditional pink colour. I could go on but look it up for yourself... SNH and SEPA are funded by the taxpayer and are Government departments so turn a blind eye to the murder of seals, dolphins and any other creatures that may threated the massive tax cow they nurture. Dead salmon (in their thousands) from the farms are disposed of in huge pits dug in remote areas or worse still thrown into the sea where whatever killed them infects other marine life. The farms have stared using cleaner Wrasse to help with the lice but these are removed from Cornish waters and the practice is affecting the population there too. The fish produced in this way are nowhere near as 'healthy' to eat because of all the artificial additives to their diet and viruses and bacteria. They are full of fat (easiest way to tell farmed from wild is to look at the width of the white bands in the flesh) which harbours these chemicals and ensures their ingestion by the unsuspecting public sold healthy fish by subtefuge. Shops inventing names of lochs to promote the product in the attempt to make the product appear to be wild caught. Nearly all the ova and smolts used in these farms comes from Norway where some fish diseases are prolific (and were unique to Scandinavia) so they spread to our indigenous stock not to mention the interbreeding of escapees (numbers for which are a closeley guarded secret) with the wild fish further weakening the gene pool. A lot of these practices are fiercly policed in Norway which is why they have moved over here where regulation is minimal and not upheld by the biased authorities. Until open feedlots are banned and replaced with land-based pools, the waste disposed of correctly and regulations stricly enforced, I will not eat any farmed fish (which covers a surprisingly large proprtion of fish sold today).   Snowflake?? Realist more-like. Peace Bio
    • cumbriangreen
      Glad to hear you doing so well with them @gravy_14 it  can be strong stuff! All the best dude 
    • Female Seeds Team
      Hello @cumbriangreen, hope all is well my friend.  Sorry for the late reply but it's only me who take cares of forums here at Female Seeds, so this is why sometimes it takes a bit longer to get a reply...but you know that I am here anyway, trying to reply whenever I can and in the most sincere way... Anyhow, this is obviously not acceptable and I personally want to apologize as the Red Purps you have (I guess), is from our most recent batch and, of course, it's not acceptable that this happens.
      I just sent you a pm, check it out when you have a moment     Cheers,
      Mr B.
    • cumbriangreen
      It was your beautiful looking flowers that inspired me to run them again dude and I know how strong and resinous the smoke can be