Register ICMag Forum Menu Features Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read
You are viewing our:
in:
Forums > IC Magazine > Marijuana News > Calaveras County Has Screwed Over Every Legal Grower

Thread Title Search
Post Reply
Calaveras County Has Screwed Over Every Legal Grower Thread Tools
Old 04-21-2018, 08:53 PM #231
MountZionCollec
Member

MountZionCollec's Avatar

Join Date: Aug 2014
Location: 4000'+,Sierra Nevadas, CA
Posts: 804
MountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of light
Quote:
Originally Posted by calaveras View Post
Subject= Growers becoming part of the community .With all the changing laws regarding cannabis cultivation in Cali. one thing stands out in my mind, that is how farmers moving into newly opened up counties, such as Calaveras county, while trying to put put a good image of community outreach with $ donations to schools and others, do not seem to be interested in community meetings unless cannabis is on the agenda. At a local potluck [ not that kind of pot] to discuss the community, not one grower attended as marijuana was not on the agenda.
This just enforces the image that big weed only cares about the bottom line, not community. Growers that moved into the county 2 years ago did not integrate into the area very well and now the grow ban is in place.
There is nothing wrong with like minded folks getting together for some smoke, reggae and rally the troops but you people may want to join in on the non-cannabis related community
events also. Just one locals perspective for what it's worth [2 cents]
P.S. The grow ban is in place but the fight goes on. Growers still have hope for the future of commercial cannabis in Calaveras county
this is only partially true. I agree that's the truth for 90% of the permitted licensed farms and for probably 99% for the unregulated ones. However, about 10% of the farms between 50-75 are very active in their community in noncannabis issues and more active then the average business owner in that community. Not all cannabis owners are 30 year old white men with beards and long hair reeking of Ganja so u can't be sure when a cannabis person is in a organization or meeting because they don't always look the same. I know farmers in very respectable positions in organizations all over the county but u wouldn't know they grew cannabis unless they told you.
MountZionCollec is offline Quote


1 members found this post helpful.
Old 04-21-2018, 08:56 PM #232
MountZionCollec
Member

MountZionCollec's Avatar

Join Date: Aug 2014
Location: 4000'+,Sierra Nevadas, CA
Posts: 804
MountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of lightMountZionCollec is a glorious beacon of light
The banners from other districts outside district 2 that were running the recall campaign on Jack gharamendi of the board of supervisors for his stance on being pro cannabis regulation have FAILED!! They did not gather enough signatures, they needed like 1300+ by a couple days ago but they didn't get enough so he will not be up for recall in June!

https://www.uniondemocrat.com/localne...t-2-supervisor

Last edited by MountZionCollec; 04-21-2018 at 09:58 PM..
MountZionCollec is offline Quote


1 members found this post helpful.
Old 04-27-2018, 12:51 AM #233
krunchbubble
Dear Haters, I Have So Much More For You To Be Mad At, Just Be Patient....

krunchbubble's Avatar

Join Date: May 2008
Location: Bay Area,CA
Posts: 8,440
krunchbubble is a survivorkrunchbubble is a survivorkrunchbubble is a survivorkrunchbubble is a survivorkrunchbubble is a survivorkrunchbubble is a survivorkrunchbubble is a survivorkrunchbubble is a survivorkrunchbubble is a survivorkrunchbubble is a survivorkrunchbubble is a survivor
Quote:
Originally Posted by calaveras View Post
Something big went down the other day that has not made the news yet. A big cop convoy with S.W.A.T looking armored truck heading up R.R. flat road.
They were looking into a biker gang murder that happened at a bar...
__________________
3620 Watt Starlite LED Grow - Yield was 8 1/2 LBS!

https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=330640

1280 Watt Starlite LED Grow - Finished

https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=325694
krunchbubble is offline Quote


Old 05-08-2018, 09:17 PM #234
calaveras
Member

Join Date: Dec 2016
Posts: 80
calaveras has a spectacular aura aboutcalaveras has a spectacular aura aboutcalaveras has a spectacular aura aboutcalaveras has a spectacular aura about
Calaveras chronicles #45= This whole thing started with Calaveras county has screwed over registered growers. It seems they have done it the the growers 2X now with the ban in place. That's another example of how government big or small continues to stick it to the people. Growers still hold out hope for reinstatement with a new supervisors election in June. Most people are sick of all the big marijuana stuff, feeling that 6 plants is plenty for one person.
The mom and pop high quality, hand trimmed, organic bud growing operations are becoming a thing of the past in the age of $500.00 per pound wholesale prices.
The chinese grow house scene is still giving cops something to do with a 5000 plant grow going down last week.
Guys are finishing their last legal light dep. crops here now before the actual ban date in June.
High volume trim machines crank out enough volume of buds that it is not feasible to pay hand trimmers $175.00-$200 lb. with low dispensary prices. It seems the people who are getting a decent (1500. lb.) price are shipping out of state. Either high risk driving cross country or 5 pound packages through the mail.
I visited the big grow store in town again. They still have very well stocked shelves ( I have never seen so many brands of fertilizer), parking lot is overflowing with pallets of premium soil. Everything a farmer would need and then some. The only thing missing was customers. One young 20ish farmer guy was looking for advice from the clueless counter help. It always surprises me when a stranger whips out their phone and openly shows pictures to someone they have never met before showing hundreds of spindly 5 foot tall plants. Said he spent 1 1/2 hours a day moving plants inside and outside and they were not sexed yet. He was looking for advice on how to transition plants to outdoors full time after starting them under 18 hour light in February for a full term outdoor grow. I gave him a few tips for this years crop and told him next year start plants March 1st under 12 hours light and bump up light 15 minutes every 2 weeks . It seems despite the ban some people are proceeding with huge operations.
It is tough to hide a few hundred plants from airplanes and satellites.
Many new FOR SALE signs have been going up on sites that had farms last year and it is a buyers market now since many parcels were over priced when the influx of new growers hit in 2016.
P.S. Despite the weirdness with the weed scene up here, it sure beats the heck out of the bay area ( the pit of despair )
calaveras is offline Quote


1 members found this post helpful.

Post Reply

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On


All times are GMT +2. The time now is 09:20 AM.




This site is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
You must be of legal age to view ICmag and participate here.
All postings are the responsibility of their authors.
Powered by: vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.