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    • bongme
      hi     Wee Add On... Malawi legalises cannabis for medicine and industrial fibres By Frank Phiri BLANTYRE (Reuters) - Malawi has become the latest country in southern African to relax laws against growing and selling cannabis, making it legal for use in the production of medicines and hemp fibres used in industry. Malawi's parliament passed a bill on Thursday that makes it legal to cultivate and process cannabis for those two uses, but stops short of decriminalising recreational use. Agriculture Minister Kondwani Nankhumwa tabled the bill. A growing number of countries around the world are either legalising or relaxing laws on cannabis, also known as marijuana, as attitudes towards the drug change. They include several in southern Africa, most recently Zambia, which in December legalised production for export. They follow Lesotho, which became the first country in the region to legalise cannabis, for medicinal purposes, in 2017, and Zimbabwe. South Africa meanwhile has decriminalised domestic personal use, and is in the process of lifting a ban on commercial cultivation of the plant. "We are very happy that finally we're taking the right steps to move the country's economy forwards," Chauncy Jere, a director of Ikaros Africa, one of the two companies conducting industrial hemp trials in Central Malawi, told Reuters. "There's no denying that cannabis would be a lucrative industry and its demand is huge," said Jere, who is spokesman for the Hemp Association of Malawi. Tobacco, a drug scientists say is far more addictive and ruinous to health than cannabis, has been Malawi's chief foreign currency earner since independence from Britain in 1964. https://uk.news.yahoo.com/malawi-legalises-cannabis-medicine-industrial-163403759.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS91cmw_c2E9dCZyY3Q9aiZxPSZlc3JjPXMmc291cmNlPW5ld3NzZWFyY2gmY2Q9MyZjYWQ9cmphJnVhY3Q9OCZ2ZWQ9MGFoVUtFd2pobDdlQnBQTG5BaFhLMmFRS0hWYlVESkVRcVFJSU1pZ0FNQUkmdXJsPWh0dHBzJTNBJTJGJTJGdWsubmV3cy55YWhvby5jb20lMkZtYWxhd2ktbGVnYWxpc2VzLWNhbm5hYmlzLW1lZGljaW5lLWluZHVzdHJpYWwtMTYzNDAzNzU5Lmh0bWwmdXNnPUFPdlZhdzFsRGNkZGZCZUdaYjNLZFY1bWRGT24&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAEQs-wFSaf5gh3tFDz6tvJuglU64bM7DhNEzfxIYIMOfIv01TqRsNavOLZ-Ln9TaOYs4Wkbo-fZT0CUy-BfTaDDr_p3J5KJQM0uNN0Tv0ckJVR3zpKEEl-tFNKtd7-pQpzNcOVd1mYFEqoTWURn79NJYmYFkYozd8UQ4kfi6TkOa   Bongme
    • Smokebelch
      Its been a while now since I was kindly lent the PAR meter so I though I should do an update here of how things have been going since I dialled the lights.   I am happy to report that my tent is looking much better than it was before, all the plants are looking way healthier, I am still having a few little nute problems here and there but that's par for the course with multistrain grow from seeds.   So for reference I had them way too bright and then dimmed them down a little too much but now they are in the zone they seem to be doing a lot better. If you look in the photos you will notice a Pineapple Skunk plant at the back with some yellow ropey looking foliage, this is the last plant in the tent that was given too many watts of light, it went yellow like that at 2 weeks so you can the others are way better now its dialled in.   Thanks again @diyleduk Adam, I was stressing before but I feel much better about things now, I will start to put some shots in the best photos thread again.   Much Happier Ladies    
    • bongme
      hi   Police seize more than 200 cannabis plants after raid at property More than 200 cannabis plants have been discovered at a property in Bowthorpe. Norwich West Safer Neighbourhood team executed a drugs warrant at an address in Braithwait Close at about 9am on Thursday (February 27). A Norfolk Police spokesman said a man, aged in his 20s, has been arrested on suspicion of the production of cannabis. The spokesman said he remains in police custody at this time. Officers publicised news of the raid on social media. Norwich Police tweeted: "Norwich West Safer Neighbourhood team have executed a drugs warrant this morning in the Bowthorpe area. An excellent result with the discovery of over 200 Cannabis plants being grown. One suspect arrested and is currently in custody #NWSNT #PC820".   https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/crime/more-than-200-cannabis-plants-seized-after-raid-1-6536029   Photo and Vid Bongme
    • Jstaff
      Your coco should be moist all the time anyway, no wet/dry cycle with coco. water once a day everyday with 20/30% run off, jobs a good un.