Newly legal cannabis crops hit the soil in the coming weeks in what has to be one of the most historic plantings ever for the once-maligned herb. Here are 12 things to know.
WARMTH The last day of frost is rapidly approaching in the U.S.’ domestic cultivation epicenter, California, and well-rooted, one to two-foot starters go into greenhouses this month and next.
Willie Nelson shocked no one when he announced plans to launch his own new brand of weed, Willie's Reserve.
It's no secret that Nelson is a huge fan of marijuana and supporter of legalization — the man has spent his life and dedicated his celebrity to advocating for the cause.
"Really he wants it, at the end of the day, to envelop what his personal morals and convictions are," Michael Bowman, spokesman for Willie's Reserve, told The Daily Beast. "So from the store itself to how they'll work with suppliers and how things are operated, it's going to be very reflective of Willie's life."
The Georgia House of Representatives emphatically passed a bill Wednesday to legalize the use of cannabis oil for treatment of eight specified serious illnesses, including epilepsy in children. Gov. Nathan Deal is expected to sign the bill into law this Friday.
The bill is named Haleigh’s Hope Act for the 5-year-old girl with epilepsy whose parents were forced to move to Colorado so their daughter could get treatment when a similar bill failed in Georgia last year. This time, it passed in the House by a resounding vote of 160-1.
Hardcore OG is known as one of the most famous, intense extracts in the dab world. Wiz Khalifa and Action Bronson have both rapped about its intensity, and its reputation for potency and quality is unmatched. However, the flower has yet to achieve the same level of fame as its concentrated form.
Watch Bay Area rapper and Girl Scout Cookies creator Berner review the taste, smoke, and effects of the Hardcore OG flower in this WeedMaps special and see for yourself: the flower can be just as good as its nectar.
Hemp and resin panels are replacing fiberglass in an experimental plane project that seeks to raise $500,000 on Kickstarter.
Ontario resident and former organic restaurant operator Derek Kesek intends to fly a 75 percent hemp plane that runs on hemp-based bio-diesel from Kitty Hawk, N.C., in Spring 2016, Outside Magazine reports March 16.