Shaping Fire
Shaping Fire
Jan 15, 2021
A History of Autoflower Breeding with guest Dan Jimmie
Play • 1 hr 34 min

Autoflowering cannabis cultivars have come a long way in the last decade. On this episode of Shaping Fire, host Shango Los talks with autoflower breeder and co-founder of Autoflower.net Dan Jimmie aka Mandalorian Genetics about the early days of autoflowers, the genetic breakthroughs since 2008, the establishment of a forum dedicated to the autoflower community and the basics of why breeding autoflowers is trickier than photosensitive varieties.

GrowCast
GrowCast
Jordan River
Strain Reviews, HID vs Supplementing Heat, Seed Co Update, and More, with Rhizo Rich
**IMPORTANT NOTE: Seed Co will be USA only for the time being, we deeply apologize to our friends across borders. Tune into the episode intro for a Seed Co Timeline** Friend of the show and GrowCast Seed Co breeder Rhizo Rich is back on the podcast for a classic GrowChat comprised of grow talk, strain reviews, and more. Jordan asks Rich about growing during the cold Midwestern winters, and all the heat and humidity supplementation that is required to keep the cold dry winter from harming the gardens. This leads to a conversation about HID lights heat production, and how that heat can be a beneficial asset in certain cultivation scenarios. Rich gives an update on the crosses that he's been whipping up for GrowCast Seed Co, and dives in deep to some of his favorite strains currently residing in his garden- including but not limited to cultivars like Slurricane by In House, Bloom Seed Co's Peach Pie, Grassman's Giggling Granny, Ethos' 10th Planet, the classic Ice Cream Wolfman, and more! ---LIMITED TIME CODE ENDING SOON! www.sustainablevillage.com is offering 5% off for my listeners ONLY until the end of Feb! Use code growcast at www.sustainablevillage.com and save 5% off your entire order like their Blumat auto watering system!--- ---Proud parters of Photontek- top of the line, efficient and powerful LED grow lights- use code growcast at www.photontek-lighting.com to save 5% off your high-end, efficient grow lights! www.photontek-lighting.com code growcast--- ---Proud partners of AC Infinity industry ventilation leaders! www.acinfinity.com use promo code growcast15 for 15% off the BEST grow fans in the game, and now high quality tents too!---
47 min
The Adam Dunn Show
The Adam Dunn Show
The Adam Dunn Show
TADS022621 - Adam Dunn Show 02 - 26 - 21
Compassion.... The meaning of compassion is to recognize the suffering of others and then take action to help. It’s what the world needs now more than anything our first guest is taking that step on a daily ( and smoking a lot of weed along the way ) @MikeDiesel lives this every day founder of the DETROIT YOUTH AND DOG RESCUE. Helping those who can’t help themselves,comes naturally for Mike a indigenous cannabis farmer who has taken his talents international on projects in Jamacia and beyond. We will hang out with Mike and peel the layers of this unique world serving amazing guy. We will also be checking in with Mary Jane ( obviously) no not that Mary Jane, MARY JANE OATLEY Founder of Tribal Hemp Cannabis (THC )MAGAZINE A Indian culture and lifestyle magazine that elevates aboriginal use to restore indigenous economies. Mary has worked tirelessly for cannabis reform in the tribal space and she is the living embodiment of cannabis compassion. We will have a quick update from our buddy Dr. Mark with a “K” and get some updates on how to cope during these crazy daze. And finally but not leastly It’s also that time again the last Friday of the month and you know what that means it’s time for the @iluminarlighting GIVEAWAY!!! We will he giving away a LED Lamp from Iluminar lighting. Hopefully you have entered by sending a message to DunnDeal@adamdunnshow.com telling us why you NEED a light from @iluminarlighting and don’t forget to include your phone number and check @iluminarlighting IG account for “the word of the month” gotta know that if you wanna win. #sagemastaselect #thcmagazine #detriotyouthanddogrescue #iluminarlighting #monthlygiveaway #mikediesel #dunndeal #bagels4life
3 hr 9 min
Great Moments in Weed History
Great Moments in Weed History
Abdullah Saeed and David Bienenstock
Billie Holiday vs. Harry J. Anslinger
In a tale of weedy vengeance, Abdullah and Bean investigate the life of Harry J. Anslinger—America’s first “drug czar,” author of Marijuana: Assassin of Youth, and the man most responsible for the global prohibition of cannabis. And then they settle the score. This episode is tied to the premiere of The United States vs. Billie Holiday, a new film from Lee Daniels (Push, Empire) telling the awful true story of how Harry Anslinger used the full power of federal law enforcement to target the legendary jazz singer for multiple arrests, ultimately hounding her into an early grave. Highlighted by a brilliant Golden-Globe-nominated performance from Andra Day, the film rightly casts Anslinger as the villain. But with the narrative focused on Holiday and an undercover FBN agent tasked with taking her down, the head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics and his decades-long racist campaign against weed doesn’t get a lot of screen time.  So Abdullah and Bean decided to dig deep into Anslinger's horrific life story. And yes, exact an herbally-infused revenge worthy to be called a great moment in weed history! Special thanks to Johann Hari whose excellent book Chasing the Scream greatly informed this episode.  Clips come from: Steve Martin on Saturday Night Live, George Carlin from his album Toledo Window Box, The Big Lebowski, Marijuana: Assassin of Youth, and the legend Ed “NJ Weedman” Forchion PLEASE VISIT OUR SPONSORS! This episode is brought to you by Tweedle Farms, Northwest Oregon's premiere, family owned hemp farm, specializing in farm-to-table, terpene rich, high CBD hemp flower. Use promo code “greatmoments” for 20% off your next order shipped anywhere in the United States. GREAT MOMENTS IN WEED HISTORY MERCH Visit our new merch store with Teepublic.
1 hr 33 min
The Regenerative Journey with Charlie Arnott
The Regenerative Journey with Charlie Arnott
Charlie Arnott
Episode 24 | Charlie Arnott | From Little Things Big Things Grow
In the first Episode of Series 3 our podcast host Charlie Arnott picks up the mic and shares his thoughts and insights into the world of regenerative agriculture currently and identifies some key trends and areas of growth to watch in 2021. The episode also includes a preview of what's in store in the upcoming series. If the growing interest in the regen movement is anything to go by, then you would be strongly advised to fasten those seat belts and get ready for a powerful & life altering Series 3! Episode Takeaways: Charlie talks about activity on his farm 'Hanaminno' and compares January 2021 with that of 2020 | The growing consumer interest in the origins of the food they are eating | Simple concept - the impact of and the outcome of people being more curious about their food has a global significance | The role parents play in setting a good example - children are appreciating this and getting onto the band wagon, setting wonderful examples for life | Men are good at looking for solutions, it’s women who are good at getting the stuff done | Organic or non chemically produced food should be the normal and the chemically produced should be labelled ‘chemical’, turn it around | Re: the financial sectors growing interest in regen 'Formulating a value based on not the infrastructure. What hasn't been looked at until now is what's under the ground. What you can’t see is some of the most important real estate we have | More consideration should be given to how and who should be farming the land. Episode Links: www.charliearnott.com.au Patreon page for the Regenerative Journey podcast RCS - Grazing for Profit Course Growing Nutritious Food in your Backyard w/ Biodynamics Urban Taster session w/ Hamish Mackay & Charlie Arnott - March 2021 It's in the Soil - Harris Farm Markets regen campaign Feb 2021 Odonata - Nigel Sharp / Sam Marwood Cultivate Farms - Sam Marwood Venture Organic - Adam Gibson The Big Little Farm - film and film director John Chester
46 min
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