Moses Flickinger: Just like the beer market has seen microbrews become the boom in that industry, our craft farmers and entrepreneurs who have laid the groundwork in organic cannabis for generations will always hold an important cornerstone of the industry...
Illegal farmers are not going to disappear, as there is always going to be an “black” market or underground market for anything. Small licensed cannabis farms could use the support, resources and benefits that are granted other mainstream businesses. (Moses of AfriCali)
This strain contains THC levels of 17%. Whilst this percentage might seem low, the strain has a very long-lasting effect on its users. The herb is characterized by fruity, sweet, and light spicy aromas. Users say that it exhibits an intense aniseed flavour combined with a powerful head high. Legend has it it was used by Chaka Zulu and his Soldiers before battles And also known for the Famous battle and Victory against the British which thank God has been retold right
Working, Building, Merging, mixing, touches of, Jazz, Ska, funk, psych, rock, soul and HipHop to add a soundtrack to “High-Life“ live in playing the Improv Moment..
our love for Ray Charles and his style of songwriting led us down this path
Around these parts, permaculture normally means mandala gardens, bare feet, western Sonoma County and tree kale. But it’s more than an alternative farming method; as a portmanteau of “permanent culture,” it’s a way of observing social and agricultural systems holistically, and of studying the relationships between the parts of a whole. The AfriCali eXperience shines light on the oft-neglected social side of permaculture, with music by
Life is probl/
prople gotta learn to solve them
We’ve embarked on Our Legal Cannabis Cultivation Process on Our Family Land in SA.
Will keep Updates as We Build in both Worlds.
keep in mind these two places share similar climates.. both their Wines Win Ribbons and trophies
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