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Dinafem Seeds 2019-2020 Grow Diaries

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    • Cambium
      Overly dramatic pearl clutchers definitely come off worse with this type of puritanical shite. 
    • Hammo44
      Thanks man, I realised I'd read it before. Information overload I think. Interesting read nonetheless. I might try something like that for the next one, maybe dry different plants differently. So much scope to experiment with different approaches when drying/curing. I thought growing had me hooked 
    • Simple Jack
      Brian Cox ditched as patron after Scottish film star admits smoking cannabis The chairwoman of the Mid-Lin Daycare Centre in Dundee said her facility could no longer be associated with the 73-year-old due to his drug misuse.   A day centre for the elderly has ditched Hollywood star Brian Cox as its patron after he admitted smoking cannabis.   Joyce McIntosh, chairwoman of the Mid-Lin Daycare Centre, in Dundee , said she was “shocked” and “disappointed” by the revelation.   Cox, 73, originally from Dundee, said he first took the drug at 50 and described it as “wonderful”, adding: “I recommend it to everyone – get stoned.” His views have been slammed by Scottish drugs misuse campaigners.   Joyce said in light of Dundee’s well-documented drug problems, the centre could no longer be associated with the actor. She added: “Dundee is drug-ridden we just can’t support Brian’s views on cannabis . “We are shocked and disappointed. I couldn’t actually believe it when I read the papers – he has a CBE and all these awards and honorary positions and next thing, we’re seeing that he’s telling people to get stoned.   Cox, an Emmy Award and Golden Globe winner, has been a patron of the Broughty Ferry-based charity for four years.   Cox said: “I am sorry to hear that Mid-Lin Day Care Centre were shocked and disappointed by my comments regarding marijuana, which were actually made in good humour. “To clarify, I am a firm believer in the medicinal benefits of marijuana and have partaken in its use in places where it is legal to do so. “I wish Mid-Lin the best in all their future endeavours.”   https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/elderly-centre-ditches-scots-film-21296082
    • Simple Jack
      Woman caught with £40k of cannabis given a second chance   A WOMAN who claimed her £40,000 worth of cannabis was for ‘personal use’ has been spared prison.   Meena Katara, 48, of Dudgeon Drive, Oxford, admitted one count of producing a controlled drug of class B - cannabis on December 19. Officers discovered the huge haul of drugs at her home on April 23, 2018.   Two tents were found to be cultivating some 16 plants in each, with the value of the drugs estimated to be £16,000 wholesale and £40,000 if sold separately on the street.   Yesterday, Judge Maria Lamb gave Katara a two-year community order, a nine-month drug rehabilitation requirement, 120 hours of unpaid work and £15,000 in costs to pay. She said: “If you don’t carry out the requirements then you will come back before the court and will be sentenced, where you can expect at least three years in prison if this doesn’t work. “It’s not gone away but I’m giving you the chance. It’s better for you to get on this programme now. You’ve got the chance to show me that the 21 months spent out of trouble is good, and you know what will happen if you don’t - so take this opportunity.”   Defending, James Reilley said in court that Katara is ‘trustworthy’, ‘hardworking’ and someone who has ‘suffered with trauma’. He told the judge that she has experienced mental health problems and suffered a bereavement. He said: “She has suffered from depression and anxiety for quite some time and this culminated in her decision to start growing this cannabis. “She grew the cannabis because she felt unsafe to buy it as a single woman.”   Mr Reilley also spoke of how, almost two years since being caught growing the plant, Katara has 'turned her life around' by becoming a personal trainer at the gym where she works. He said that with a custodial sentence, she would lose her house and job.   When Katara stood in the witness box at Oxford Crown Court in December she claimed she was ‘not really aware’ of the scale of cannabis she was growing. She claimed that she borrowed the equipment to set up the operation and that her first effort was a ‘disaster’. She said: “It’s not nice, so I just heard that people grow it and I thought 'why don’t I grow it'?”   But drugs expert Paul Duffin gave evidence that the cannabis yield would ‘absolutely not’ be consistent with personal use. He said: “If someone was growing cannabis for their own personal use they would certainly not need two tents each capable of producing 16 plants. “It is far beyond what anyone could say was suitable for personal use.”   Judge Lamb disagreed with Katara’s reason, saying it would have helped her case if she had told the court who had given her the equipment to grow the cannabis. She said: “Perhaps she [Katara] should be more forthcoming about who lent her this equipment. This was going to find it’s way back into the supply chain. This wasn’t for personal use. "You were turning a blind eye that this was going to get back out.”   https://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/18169966.woman-caught-40k-cannabis-given-second-chance/