High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Jury Acquits Florida Man Who Claimed Pot Was Medical

A Florida man has been acquitted by a jury after contending that dozens of marijuana plants he was growing were used for his own medicinal purposes.

Over 100 Native American Tribes Consider Weed Trade

Although previous reports indicated that Native American tribes were apprehensive over the federal government’s prosecution free offer to allow the operation of a recreational marijuana industry on tribal lands, the latest word is that a plethora of tribes have sinc...

Grow Hack: Curing and Storage Changes Potency

Much has been said about proper curing. A good, slow drying of cannabis flowers ripens the flavor and, according to some, also ripens the potency. Since most people don’t smoke fresh flowers, it’s hard to tell how potency changes during curing, but now th...

Woman Arrested After Christmas Tree Turns Out To Be Giant Pot Plant

A Chilean woman was reportedly busted by police last week after they discovered her Christmas tree was really just a six-and-a-half foot pot plant surrounded by presents.

Grow Lighting: LED vs. HPS

With America quickly noticing how much power the cannabis industry draws from the grid (as high as 1% of the country’s total electricity usage), the hunt is on for the most efficient grow light.

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