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INDIA...... everywhere..... trust me
back in 1989 had this exact action happen when I picked over a hundred pounds of fresh outta the ground wildweed flower and had an explorer police on a bike cruising the alley and saw stray leaves on the ground and BAM got 3 years for harvesting cultivating class 1 drug in nebraska
dahm that sucks I would have just taking some seeds and tested what I got
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tonnes of the shit in south africa, especialy around transkei, but also just about any building site
Originally Posted by growwwww
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I live in Europe Lithuania and cannabis grows everywhere you just have to know where to look. Before you go searching for them get as much info about their looks as you can, before I'd never notice cannabis because I thought it was some other plant, now as I go trough villages I find these plants all around, and I am sure that some of them are wild, cause a few years ago I saw the same plants, but didn't know if they're cannabis or not.
Originally Posted by ontariogrower
in india yeah man. i am an indian smoke hash here. wild hash is rare. but i know where3 to find it. if found where i know it's actually not low thc , i would definitely say veery very high thc and strong potency and when i get the sativa headrush it just makes my face long oval, very very soaring high thats lasts really long. had to really search for it though it's a shame that being an indian i couldnt find it myself so took the help of an italian oldie who,s been staying in india for 35 years thats more tham my total age. haha just leaves u speechless. after i got a hold of that i never want to smoke cultivated hash again.
Hemp grows wild in all 50 states.
The federal government could seize almost every farm in the midwest as they pretty much all have hemp growing on them somewhere.
Although monoecious plants are often referred to as "hermaphrodites," true hermaphrodites (which are less common) bear staminate and pistillate structures on individual flowers, whereas monoecious plants bear male and female flowers at different locations on the same plant.
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