Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by psytrance, Oct 23, 2013.
Someone better open a Taco Bell in Uruguay asap!
$2.50 for a gram? i doubt that will ever happen you know how much it cost to grow marijuana? its not like tabacoo were it does not need much to grow. but for marijuana it needs alot of care if you plan to grow some high grade stuff
it will become the new Amsterdam Is good for their tourism
UK is slowly changing it's attitude. Even some of the Police are starting to see the sense in legalising it.
For the first time, the majority of Americans want to legalize marijuana
In 1969, a mere 12 percent of Americans wanted to legalize marijuana. Today, 58 percent do. That's according to a new poll by Gallup, which says the drug is moving toward social acceptance. "It has been a long path toward majority acceptance of marijuana over the past 44 years, but Americans' support for legalization accelerated as the new millennium began," the pollster says in a press release.
Public support for legalization soared in the 1970s, plateaued during the 1980s and 1990s, and began climbing again in 2000, according to Gallup. Support hit 50 percent in 2011, dipped below 50 percent in 2012, and now appears to have achieved a decisive majority.
Interestingly, the number of Americans who say they have tried marijuana has not increased at the same rate. That figure increased steadily from 4 percent in 1969 to 33 percent in 1985, when it plateaued. This year, 38 percent of Americans copped to trying the drug.
even at $2.50 a gram there would be money in it for the farmers if legal - even the most expensive fruit and vegies are mostly under $20 a kilo. Thats $2500 a kilo - are truffles and saffron that expensive?
You arent thinking that you only get out like 1/10 or even that from weed. Only that the buds that can be sold.
Okay, all well and good BUT what kind of grams are we talking here? Kush? Homegrown? Reggies? I mean, does the price go up depending on potency?
Don't worry the private prison corporations will campaign against pot legalization because they want to keep the prisons at full capacity! Can't let common sense get in the way of corporate profits!
It'll definitely get legalize in the future. I saw this on youtube today lol
You can get easily 20-30 grams from a single plant.
If you look at what big scale operations are doing (20,000-30,000+) plants x 25 Grams per plant - We're talking a lot of dough per harvest.
Lmao, so true.
I'm in washington state and waiting for december since it's suppose to be sold at stores. My dealer sells to dispensaries, so I can usually squeeze an ounce or two out of him but then once he sells all of it I have to wait till another batch is done which takes another month or two before he is ready to sell again.
Props to Uruguay for proposing this though, more countries need to follow.
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Marijuana does grow easily in its native climate zones. The place where I used to live(in India), it used to grow everywhere in the nearby jungles like weed. Me and my friends used to pluck the leaves and dry them on a pan and smoke. Since we had so much free supply, I smoked so much in my days that I got over my craving for that kind of stuff. LOL
But they are raising the price of Doritos to twenty dollars a bag.
you're not talking to a christian teetotaller here! Of course I know that. But I also know that a good plant can supply close to a pound of bud at at 28 grams to the ounce and 16 ounces to the pound that makes about 450 grams of smokeable bud per palnt , and at $2.50 a gram is still a much better proposition for a farmer than growing tomatoes.
oo la la..
thinking about visiting there for my vacation now. lol
you don't actually grow your own do you?
He is just estimating
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