posted on Sep, 18 2003 @ 11:01 PM
its cause you canadians are world renowned for your BC hydro, not outdoors as banjo says. a frost stops vegetative growth in plants, it doesnt make
them stronger. ill agreew that stress causes plants to become heartier and produce flowers as quickly and as strongly as possible, but frost and cold
temperatures are not what causes canadian outdoor buds to be good. its the short days at the end of the summer season. besides that, i always thought
the definition of hydroponic was grown without use of a traditional growth medium, meaning soil. thats why many hydro growers use rock wool and
other complex substances to grow their weed. growing weed in the forrests of british columbia might be a good idea during summer months, just like it
is across the united states. but canada is known for its hydro, indoor, whatever else you want to call it. you can find good canadian buds any time of
year in some parts of the US. thats cause nova scotia, new brunswick and BC are all huge producers of hydro grown strains. they call upon years of
experience growing with the latest technology. you try to buy a hydro system in the states with your credit card and you can expect the DEA to come
smashing down your door soon after. not in canada. many of the most up-to-date systems are developed there.
I cant believe canadians are disgusted with their pot, it may be schwag by there standards but in the US southeast thats some high mids if not low
kine buds. i wish i had those standards. smoking mexican dirt sess can broaden your views...
I met a dude from Saskatoon while i was visiting calgary last december and he was a really nice guy (meaning he was always up to discuss US-Canadian
differences without being biased), even tho ya'll are the most underrated province in canada, at least i think ya'll are the most down to earth.
saskatchewan is where its at and im planning a trip there right now. besides, saskatchewan is also known for its huge fields of hemp. youre an
inspiration to all of us americans, why cant we grow hemp? the THC content is basically nonexistant and you can do everything with it. its the most
versatile plant in the world. you central canadians have the right idea, wish the US government would see it this way. Hemp is possibly the next great
revolution, or at least a major part of the green revolution of which we are currently in, dont you think? too bad big money corporations stand in the
way. id buy up stocks quick in a domestic hemp company here in the states, they'd pretty much run the place in a matter of years...