Huntsville seed celebration and exchange set for growers of heirloom vegetables, fruits, flowers
There are 1 comment on the Alabama Live story from Jan 24, 2013, titled Huntsville seed celebration and exchange set for growers of heirloom vegetables, fruits, flowers. In it, Alabama Live reports that:
Michael White, a farmer in Scottsboro, grows wheat from seeds saved by his grandfather.
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#1 Jan 24, 2013
I get my weed seeds from these folks so I can grow some good smoke out behind The Grove. The best stuff is what I grow in my closet under those 1,000 watt Metal Halide lamps I swiped from the baseball field over at the nearby New Century Lee High School. Nyg gurhs don't play baseball anyhow, so I'm putting them to much better use. It's all part of my ObamaCares support package. On the draw (drawing ObamaCares welfare), free ObamaCares apartment, free ObamaCares food stamps Visa card, free ObamaCares cell phone... this is the life, and I'm living it large! My smoke is some of the stickiest chong bud ever. It will leave you temporarily blinded. My secret ingredient is letting my cat piss on my budding plants. Folks say it taste funny, but when the blindness sets in, they know they're cheesing on some of the best weed ever!
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