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Grow Light Review VIPARSPECTRA Reflector-Series 300W LED Grow Light Full Spectrum for Indoor Plants Veg and Flower

Grow Light Review VIPARSPECTRA Reflector-Series 300W LED Grow Light Full Spectrum for Indoor Plants

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VIPARSPECTRA Reflector Series V300 LED Grow Light is scientifically engineered to keep the balance of the PAR/Lumen Output and Coverage.
The secret to the VIPARSPECTRA LED success is the optimal full spectrum which provides plants Veg and Flower all stages with everything they desire in the natural sunlight.
Compares to traditional 250 watt HPS/MH while consuming only 136 watts! Perfect for a 2×2’ growing area at 24” height (Max coverage 3×3’).
Upgraded 4.72” fans and big aluminum cooling heat sinks (0.8” height) are easy for heat dissipation.
3 years warranty plus 30 days satisfaction or return guarantee.

PERFORMANCE:
5 Watt diodes ( need I say more ? ) competitors still using outdated 3 Watt diodes..
Lenses on the bulbs magnify the light intensity.
My real time experience. Propagating / germinating in a 2.5 x 2ft “shorty” grow tent.. I have had to move this light clear to the top of the shorty tent.. some 3ft plus away from the plants to prevent burning.. THAT’S SOME INTENSE LIGHT!!! plants don’t lie
The light is a nice even mix of RED / BLUE lights and covers the full spectrum… I heard of complaint about too much blue / white light.. I have not suffered from this and in fact I find the light to be a perfect mix and has more color that my KIND LED which has a more pink hue..
I would also like to note that it stays cool and very quiet!! it’s sleek looking and I can’t get over how efficient it it..
Compared to KIND LED which I have had no issue with other than when you compare the two why pay over $300 when you can get an even better light for under $100 bucks… even if this one malfunctions I could buy 2 more for the price of any 3W diode 300W LED..

I am satisfied and the plants don’t lie!!!

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Colorado court: Some pot cases can be overturned – Yahoo News

 

420 Charges Overturned

Colorado 420 charges can be over turned.

DENVER (AP) — Some people convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana can ask for those convictions to be thrown out under the law that legalized recreational marijuana in Colorado, the state’s second-highest court ruled Thursday.

The Colorado Court of Appeals said people whose cases were under appeal when Amendment 64 on recreational marijuana took effect in December 2012 are eligible to have their convictions reversed.

Brian Vicente, one of the amendment’s authors, called the ruling a “huge victory.” Vicente said Colorado prosecuted as many as 9,000 cases a year for marijuana possession. After pot was decriminalized, a number of appeals were still in the courts.

Tom Raynes, director of the Colorado District Attorneys’ Council, said it would be difficult to quickly pin down how many cases would be affected by the ruling, but he believed the number would be small.

Attorney General John Suthers said his office likely would appeal, noting it is well-established that laws cannot be applied retroactively unless lawmakers or voters clearly indicate they should be.

“That was not the case with Amendment 64,” Suthers said in a statement.

The ruling came in the case of Brandi Jessica Russell, who was convicted in Grand County of possessing one gram or less of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana concentrate and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

Her attorney, Brian Emeson, said Thursday the ruling is another indication the “tide is turning” on the nationwide attitude toward possession of small amounts of pot.

Emeson said he still handles a number of marijuana appeals, which shows prosecutors have not backed off.

“This ruling shows it would be wise for them to focus on more pressing matters,” he said.

Amendment 64 decriminalized the possession of an ounce or less of marijuana and covers regular marijuana as well as concentrate.

Russell was sentenced in August 2011 to four years of supervised probation and 192 hours of community service, plus a suspended 90-day jail term. The appeals court overturned the convictions and sentences for possession of marijuana Thursday and sent the case back to the trial courts.

Russell and prosecutors in her case couldn’t be immediately reached for comment.

In the ruling, the judges said Amendment 64 didn’t include a provision for throwing out convictions imposed before its passage. However, they said state law allows a defendant to received post-conviction relief “if there has been a significant change in the law.”

They compared Amendment 64 to lawmakers’ decision in the 1970s to make marijuana possession a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail, down from a maximum sentence of 15 years, under a statute passed a decade earlier. At the time, the court said defendants were entitled to appeal their convictions after that change.

“Amendment 64, by decriminalizing the personal use or possession of one ounce or less of marijuana, meets the statutory requirement for a significant change in the law,” the judges ruled.

Marijuana advocates cheered the ruling but said it won’t affect most marijuana convicts.

“If I had a marijuana conviction 10 years ago, that doesn’t go away,” said Sean McAllister, a spokesman for the Colorado chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, or NORML.

McAllister is a criminal defense attorney who said most people don’t appeal pot convictions.

“This is the right legal decision, but we are talking about people who are disproportionately poor, minorities, unlikely to pursue an appeal,” McAllister said.

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Colo. Marijuana Businesses Embrace New Drug at Center of DEA Crackdown in Calif – Yahoo News

While Drug Enforcement Administration agents in California are cracking down on the popular new drug known as “wax,” people in Colorado are rushing to embrace it.

Wax, the ultimate distillation of marijuana, is so potent that it is said a single hit will keep a person high for more than a day.

“There is no weed out there that possesses the punching power that the wax does,” an undercover DEA informant who asked to remain anonymous told ABC News’ “Nightline.” “And it’s like smoking 20 joints of the best grade of weed that you have into one hit of the wax.”

Watch the full story tonight on ABC News’ “Nightline” at 12:35 a.m. ET.

Making the drug is risky. Butane, a substance so flammable that any spark can set off an explosion, is used to strip out the THC, the chemical in marijuana that gets a person high. But law enforcement says the process of making wax is not the only thing dangerous about it.

“We have seen people have an onset of psychosis and even brain damage from that exposure to that high concentration of THC,” said Gary Hill, assistant special agent in charge at the DEA’s San Diego office. “Our concern is that this is going to spread before we get it under control.”

But a thousand miles away, in Colorado, wax is legal. Anyone over 21 can walk into a recreational marijuana dispensary and buy it right off the shelf. There’s even a three-day contest, named the X-Cup, held in broad daylight in Denver, to see who can make the most potent batch of the same drug upon which DEA agents are cracking down in California.

The contest also serves as a new kind of trade show for budding entrepreneurs trying to position themselves in the new legal wax marketplace, and they come from all walks of life. “Nightline” met some of the contestants in November at the first annual X-Cup hosted by Thurlow Weed.

“I don’t smoke like those guys in there either, to be honest with you,” Brodie Hill told “Nightline.”

Hill moved his whole family from Texas to Colorado to try to get into the wax business. His wife, Melissa Sled, uses the products her husband makes.

“It’s a mom-and-pop business,” Sled told “Nightline.”

Emily Rodriguez and Selena Salazar were the only two women to enter the X-Cup. The two hoped to make their mark on the wax industry by winning the competition.

“We do this outside because we don’t want it to explode,” Emily Rodriguez told “Nightline” while making a batch. “We don’t want to blow ourselves up.”

Jay Hood, who was the winner of best THC in the contest, recognized that wax can be dangerous.

“I’ve seen some guys pass out,” Hood told “Nightline.”

But, he added, “The American dream is definitely getting closer and closer. It’s the new gold rush.”

For now, in Colorado, the DEA has decided to allow state-regulated marijuana businesses to operate despite federal law, creating what is sure to be a huge tax windfall for the state.

“We catch ourselves in a rock and a hard place,” Gary Hill, the DEA agent, told “Nightline.” “We want to enforce federal laws, but we have times when state laws make it difficult for us to be able to enforce the federal laws, as well.”

http://news.yahoo.com/colo-marijuana-businesses-embrace-drug-center-dea-crackdown-015551827–abc-news-topstories.html

Race 2 420 Day 7 of flower & Seed 2 Harvest ep

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