Cloning is a fast and easy way for growers to grow new marijuana clones. Our clones are cut from top quality parent plants, given around two weeks to grow roots of their own, and then boxed and delivered to you. Every clone is a genetic match to it's parent plant and will produce with the same high quality. Starting with a seed may create a lot of variation in each new plant.
The state of California now allows for adults over the age of 21 to possess up to 1 oz of marijuana for personal consumption. Each household (not person) may contain up to 6 plants. However, the rules of growing are likely to differ between cities. As a general rule, plants are to be grown indoors, and they should not be visible to others outside your household. Smoking in public is prohibited under the ballot measure of Prop 64 unless allowed by a local ordinance – in other words, don’t smoke it just anywhere, fines may occur.
Fresno city may be allowing Licensed Medical Marijuana Dipensaries within the next few months. Currently, Recreational and Medical Marijuana Dispensaries are not allowed in Fresno Ca. However, the city is working on guidelines to allow Medical Marijuana Dispensaries to operate in Fresno Ca. Fresno Dispensary is waiting for approval from the city to legally operate within the city of Fresno.
Ganja Goddess Canola Oil takes cold-pressed canola oil and infuses it with whole plant cannabis for a potent concoction that can be used alone, or in recipes. Use it to make your salad dressings, bake brownies or as the oil to fry your favorite omelet. It can even be used topically, straight out of the bottle, or as a replacement to your usual carrier oil. It is compatible with vegan diets.
As of January 1st, medical and recreational (adult use) marijuana became legal in the state of California. Per the Prop 64 measure, adults over the age of 21 can now consume, purchase, possess, and grow cannabis without the fear of prosecution so long as they are within the regulation of the new law… and in accordance with any other policies put in place by the city in which they reside.
Located in Fresno County, the city began as a humble stop on the San Joaquin Railroad. Land developers always arrive to do their thing, working land deals, about any new or proposed railway station. In 1890-2, a group of Fresno businessmen brought the railway to town and in doing so, purchased the right-of-way from Clovis farmers as well as the surrounding territory. Sadly, this is formula of how to make big money. Insiders use insider information and have access to cash to take advantage of the situation. All the while, good honest work that forms the real backbone of the country strong my not necessarily be rewarded. While these entrepreneurs and their financiers are the catalyst in making it all happen, too many low life gamers scoop off more than their fair share of the cream. Does capitalism equate to insider deals and foul play? No, cheaters cheat, to get more than their fair share, no matter what the system.
Google, Facebook and Twitter all have advertising policies that restrict the promotion of the sale of cannabis. Google’s policy prohibits ads that promote “substances that alter mental state for the purpose of recreation.” Facebook restricts any “illegal, prescription, or recreational drugs.” And Twitter bans “illegal drugs” as well as substances that cause “legal highs.” Instagram and Facebook have decided to go a step further by removing pages of cannabis related businesses.
The Fresno City Council adopted a Resolution of Initiation on December 14, 2017, to begin the process to amend the City's medical marijuana (cannabis) ordinances. A medical marijuana business may begin the state license application process, however, the City cannot give authorization until the City land use entitlement process is complete and the business has been properly permitted. The City is not currently issuing local permits to establish a medical marijuana business, but may begin to do so depending on the final outcome of the proposed medical marijuana ordinance amendments.
And there are three different licensing agencies, depending on which segment of the industry is involved: the state Department of Food and Agriculture for cultivation operations, the Department of Public Health for the manufacture of cannabis products like edibles and ointments, and the Bureau of Cannabis Control for distribution, sales, and testing.