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Let’s be honest, unless you are personally growing your own weed, there is a high risk that toxic chemicals have contaminated your medical or recreational marijuana. High demand, little oversight, toxic fungicides, toxic miticides and greed create this situation. This is something that immediately needs to be addressed. Several states that have seen chronic marijuana users walking into emergency rooms with abdominal pain and intense vomiting. This condition has been labeled: Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome; aka CHS. Hyperemesis means ‘prolonged vomiting.’ Syndrome means ‘a condition characterized by a set of associated symptoms.” Doctors have a theory that it is from regular long term use of marijuana.Read More
DAZEY’S SUPPLY of Redway, with the help of BSI /Menke , has become an 100% employee owned company by way of an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP).Read More
Dec 1, 2016 2:30:36 PM By Daniel Hendricks dazeys supply, employee owned, Comments Hot In Humboldt,
Often ignored, CBG is the precursor for the cannabinolic compounds. In the trichome it is rapidly chemically transformed into THC, CBD and CBC. Once this precursor compound is created and moved into the secretory reservoir of the trichome the precursor it is never found in high concentrations in the finished weed. Interestingly this critical precursor has medical applications for treating glaucoma, multiple sclerosis and skin diseases. In fact, it is rarely found in the finished sativa or indica cannabis plants but it is found in high amounts in certain strains of industrial hemp that carry a genetic mutation that down regulates the production of CBD thereby encouraging the accumulation of CBG.Read More
Sep 28, 2016 10:40:30 AM By August Dunning my grow minerals, eco organics, , Comments Fertilizers & Nutrients, Hot In Humboldt,
Rheudo Pseudomonas Palustris, Bacillus Pumilus, and Bacillus Subtilis all boast the amazing qualities that qualify them to be called Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria, or PGPR. Naturally occurring bacteria capture nitrogen from the atmosphere, convert phosphorous from the soil, and improve enzyme production. Learn how these bacteria will save water and increase your Cannabinoid content in a way fertilizer cannot.Read More
Chikamasa Federally Tested on Cannabis By Niosh Occupational Safety Inspectors. Professional Federal Cannabis Trimming Workplace.Read More
Terpinator. Rise of the Terpenes! Unleash the sweet smell of your plant's botanical plant oils!Read More

Fertilizers and their Impact on Watershed Ecology

Nitrogen and phosphorus pollution ranks as one of the top causes of degradation in some U.S. waters for more than a decade. Large amounts of nitrogen and phosphorus lead to regional water quality problems like algal blooms, hypoxia and declines in wildlife habitat.

“Aerobic conditions” in water ways signifies the presence of oxygen in a hydrological system.  The natural cycles of the water feature may be more or less in balance until an excess of nitrate, or nitrogen, and/or phosphate enters the system. At this time, water plants and algae begin to grow more rapidly than normal. There is also an excess die off of plants and algae as sunlight is blocked at lower levels. Bacteria try to decompose the organic waste, consuming the oxygen, which reduces fish populations, and releases more phosphate which is known as “recycling or internal cycling”. Some of the phosphate may be precipitated as iron phosphate and stored in the sediment where it can then be released if anoxic conditions develop.

Fertilizer Effects on the Water Shed

Industrial agriculture is a leading cause of water pollution in the U.S. In the 2000 National Water Quality Inventory conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), agricultural activity was identified as a source of pollution for 48% of stream and river water and for 41% of lake water.  Many small sustainable farms conserve water and apply waste and fertilizer to fields responsibly, minimizing their impact on local water systems.

Dead zones have already begun to appear, notably in the Gulf of Mexico,
which is fed by nitrogen-rich water from the Mississippi river. "We are
looking at major effects in the US, Europe and south-east Asia," Dr Watson

As the world's population is estimated to grow to 9 billion in 40 years,
food production is expected to become more intensive, requiring ever more
nitrogen-rich fertiliser.

Kenneth Cassman, an expert on environmental health at the Universityof
Nebraska, said the efficiency of nitrogen use needed to be "massively
improved". "There are a number among us who think this is more important
than carbon emissions, in terms of environmental impact," he said.

In a separate part of the study, the scientists found that global warming
would severely disrupt ecosystems, especially in the developing world, if it
was not kept in check. An increase of more than 2C (3.6F) would be enough to
severely degrade the availability of food, water and human health in
developing countries.

"We can move in a direction where we destroy our natural heritage or we can
move in a direction where we improve both human wellbeing and maintain our
natural heritage," he said. "We've got choices and we have to decide which
future we want."








Aug 4, 2014 4:55:00 PM By Dazey's Supply Comments Fertilizers & Nutrients, Soil Health,
Maintaining A Healthy Rhizosphere. This quick blog describes the exchange between the roots and a healthy rhizosphere. As well as provides basic principals towards providing soils with the necessary ingredients for a healthy rhizosphere.Read More
Quantum Growth Series is consortium of beneficial bacteria. Quantum Light is a photosynthetic biofertilizer, and Quantum HSC is a spore forming bio fertilizer. The Quantum Growth Series will increase yield, plant health, and decrease the need for fertilizers.Read More
Dazey’s Supply and the U.S.A. welcomes the B-500SR… GRADE AAA, made from only the finest Japanese stainless steel that we have grown to have much respect, and the B-500SRF finished with a resin resistant fluorine coating. These are definitely going to be “THE” trim scissor to have in your store! And that’s what’s up.Read More
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