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From: crimson@IASTATE.EDU (The Crimson Mage)
Newsgroups: alt.drugs
Subject: Potgrow-2
Message-ID: <1993Aug21.143036@IASTATE.EDU>
Date: 21 Aug 93 19:30:36 GMT

 
             MARIHUANA: HOW TO GROW IT, REAP IT, AND COOK IT.

       A prime anarchist production, typed in from anarchist cookbook.



Marihuana is available anywhere in the country, as the black market is
widespread and thriving very well.

   There are many different methods of growing marihuana, and it seems
everyone
has just discovered the best fertilizer.  I could not relay all the methods in
five books, so have settled for the technique that has been proven most
successful.

  Most seeds are fertile, but the best are from Mexico. Never under any
circumstances throw seeds away, since marihuana is a weed and will grow almost
anywhere. The first step is to soak your seeds overnight in clean, lukewarm
water. YOur container should be a standard planter box. If this is not
available, a plastic dish tray about two inches deep will serve uset as well.
Fill the container with washed fine sand and shredded sphagnum moss. If this
is
not readily available, you can use regular soil. The soil should be packed
firmly, and watered well so that the excess water is allowed to run off. Dig
furrows the full length of the container about one-half-inch deep. Now you are
ready to sow your seeds. Do so every inch. Fill in each furrow with soil,
sand,
moss, and water. Cover the container with a clear plastic sheet, and place it
in a warm location where there are at least six hours of sunlight a day. The
plants now remain on their own until they develop their first true leaves.

  Even it the material above is not available, almost the same degree of
success can be accomplished by placing the seeds on several layers of water
soaked paper towels. Now cover the seeds with a plastic sheet jsut as above,
and expose to sunlight.

   In about one week, signs of life should start to appear. Within two weeks,
definite little leaves should be present. This is the time to transplant.  The
plot you intend to use for your transplant should be carefully prepared.
Manure should be used for at least one week in advance of the actual
transplant. The soil should be similar to the original soil used in the
germinating box. All other weeds, in the general area of your plot, should be
pulled to allow your plant as much freedom as possible.

   The original germinating box should be watered the day before you are going
to transplant, so as to make the move easier and less traumatic on the
plants.The plants should be placed in holes two to three inches deep,
depending
on the size of the plant. The earth around the plant should be loose, and if
possible, some earthworms should be added. If there is a lack of sunlight, a
simple ring of tinfoil around the plant can be very helpful. The first few
days
are the msot critical after the actual transplant. If the plants survive the
shock, there should be no reason why they shouldn't grow into healthy, fully
grown plants (which means, in certain climates, fifteen to twenty feet high).

   Very little care is needed after this stage, with the exception of
fertilization. For fertilizers, one can use manure, soluble nitrogen, nitrate
of soda, sulfate of ammonia, or rotting garbage (which has always been
popular).  To produce a stronger plant, on can clip off the lower leaves; do
this only when the plant reaches a height of at least three feet. The ground
surrounding your plant should be kept clear of other weeds, but strangely
enough, insects ignore marihuana and do virtually no harm.

   As a rule, it is better to wait until the plants have gone to seed before
they are cut, but if you're greedy, you  can kill the goose that laid the
golden egg.  The best agent for drying is the sun, but if you live in the city
it could prove embarrassing and dangerous to have five- or ten-foot pot trees
on your fire escape- in this case a sun lamp can be used. When using the sun,
drying usually takes about two weeks. With a sun lamp, the pot is smokable
after only three or four days. When drying is done, seperate the leaves and
crush them. This will be the finest smoke, unless you have a female plant. If
so, save the blossoms for the most potent smoke there is. The stems and twigs
can be chopped up and smoked in a pipe, or sold to a friend.

   Grass is basically a weed and can be grown anywhere, including indoors with
artificial light. A sun lamp works well from a distance of two to three feet.
For an interesting experiment, use infra -red light on part of your crop and a
sun lamp on the other part, then compare. A bathtub or cement mixer is an
ideal
planter for the city dweller.

 
   COOKING WITH POT
 
Pot Soup
--------
1 can condensed beef broth
3 tablespoons grass
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1/2 can water
3 tablespoons chopped watercress

Combine all ingredients in a saucepan an
dbring to a boil over medium heat. Place
in a refrigerator for two to three
hours, reheat, and serve.

 
Pork and Beans and Pot
----------------------
1 large can pork and beans
1/2 cup marihuana
4 slices bacon
1/2 cup light molasses
1/2 teaspoon hickory salt
3 pineapple rings

Mix together in a casserole, cover top
with pineapple and bacon, bake at 350
degrees for about 45 minutes. Serves
about six.

 
The Meat Ball
-------------
1 lb. hamburger
1/4 cup chopped onions
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1/4 cup bread crumbs
3 tablespoons grass
3 tablespoons India relish

Mix it up and shape into meatballs.
Brown in frying pan and drain. Place in
a casserole with soup and 1/2 cup water,
cover and cook over low heat for about
30 minutes. Feeds about four people.

 
Spaghetti Sauce
---------------
1 can tomato paste
2 tablespoons olive oil
1/2 cup chopped onions
1/2 cup chopped marihuana
1 pinch pepper
1 can water (6 oz)
1/2 clove minced garlic
1 bay leaf
1 pinch thyme
1/2 teaspoon salt

Mix in a large pot, cover and shimmer
with frequent stirring for two hours.
Serve over spaghetti.

 
Pot Loaf
--------
1 packet onion soup mix
1 can whole peeled tomatoes (16 oz)
1/2 cup chopped marihuana
2 lbs. ground beef
1 egg
4 slices bread, crumbed

Mix all ingredients and shape into a
loaf. Bake for one hour in 400-degree
oven. Serves about six.

 
Chili Bean Pot
--------------
2 lbs. pinto beans
1 lb. bacon, cut into two-inch sections
2 cups red wine
4 tablespoons chili powder
1/2 clove garlic
1 cup chopped grass
1/2 cup mushrooms

Soak beans overnight in water. In a
large pot pour boiling water over beans
and simmer for at least an hour, adding
more water to keep beans covered. Now
add all other ingredients and continue
to simmer for another three hours. Salt
to tast. Serves about ten.

 
Apple Pot
---------
4 apples (cored)
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup water
4 cherries
1/3 cup chopped grass
2 tablespoons cinamon

Powder the grass in a blender, then mix
grass with sugar and water. Stuff cores
with this paste. Sprinkle apples with
cinnamon, and top with a cherry. Bake
for 25 minutes at 350 degrees.

 
Pot Brownies
------------
1/2 cup flour
3 tablespoons shortening
2 tablespoons honey
1 egg (beaten)
1 tablespoon water
1/2 cup grass
pinch of salt
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoons corn syrup
1 square melted chocolate
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cup chopped nuts

Sift flour, baking powder, and salt
together. Mix shortening, sugar, honey,
syrup, and egg. Then blend in chocolate
and other ingredients, mix well. Spread
in an eight-inch pan and bake for 20
minutes at 350 degrees.

 
Banana Bread
------------
1/2 cup shortening
2 eggs
1 teaspoon lemon juice
3 teaspoons baking powder
1 cup sugar
1 cup mashed bananas
2 cups sifted flour
1/2 cup chopped marihuana
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup chopped nuts

Mix the shortening and sugar, beat eggs,
and add to mixture. Seperately mix
bananas with lemon juice and add to the
first mixture. Sift flour, salt, and
baking powder together, then mix all
ingredients together. Bake for 1 1/4
hours at 375 degrees.

 
Sesame Seed Marihuana Cookies
-----------------------------
3 oz ground roast sesame seeds
3 tablespoons ground almonds
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
1/4 cup honey
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 oz grass

Toast the grass until slightly brown and
then crush it in a mortar. Mix crushed
grass with all other ingredients, in a
skillet. Place skillet over low flame
and add 1 tablespoon of salt butter.
Allow it to cook. When cool, roll
mixture into little balls and dip them
into the sesame seeds.

   If you happen to be at a place where
pot is being grown, here's one of the
greates recipes you can try. Pick a
medium-sized leaf off the marihuana
plant and dip it into a cup of drawn
butter, add salt, and eat.