[Canniseur: I can’t say any more about the year or the strains than the author. So I’m going to leave it at that. Here are 9 terrific strains, whether for 2020 or 2016, it doesn’t matter. What does matter that this has been a turducken year, but not as good as a turducken (are they really good?). It’s been a shit year, so far. Hopefully, things will begin to look up in about 3 weeks.]
This year may be a dumpster fire inside a trainwreck, but at least there’s more fresh, legal, tested fuego for your bubbler than ever before.
Amid a global pandemic and historic political division, legal cannabis has become a silver lining deemed essential by authorities. Weed continues to get stronger, more flavorful, more tested, and more legal in 2020 than before.
And the pace of cannabis development is accelerating in 2020, said Kevin Jodrey, cultivation director and owner of Wonderland Nursery in the Humboldt County town of Redway, CA—the epicenter of global ganja innovation.
About 2/3 of the U.S. public supports legalization, They have begun to realize what was behind the original suppression of cannabis and then how the war on drugs was very blunt about the racist reasons that cannabis was made illegal. Why are some states still against it? The answer is pretty simple; Rule by the minority. It happens sometimes in the U.S. and alcohol abolition in the early 1900s was absolutely the work of a vocal minority, it lasted over 15 years and spawned the growth of many illegal enterprises that are still powerful today..think mafia. Has cannabis prohibition been any different?
Here are some reasons for the legalization of cannabis everywhere. Everywhere, including the rest of the world where there were some places you could be put to death for possession of less than an ounce! And they’re still out there.
I will welcome the time to come when we don’t have to write about legalizing cannabis and can concentrate on the growers, their strains and all the other fun stuff around cannabis.
Always good to see what’s new and what’s trending at the retail level where we get our cannabis unless we’re growing our own. My only problem is Leafly doesn’t seem to want to tell us where to get the product and in what state. Until products are available nationwide, ti’s will continue to be a problem. It is fun though to seek out the best cannabis cultivars we can find.