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Date and time: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 23:01:06 GMT

Here’s a question why is some his stuff priced at 300ish and some at 100? I can’t tell cause I don’t know his gear well enough but maybe the less expensive stuff are F1’s and the expensive ones are his stabilized genetics?

Regenerativeseeds carries them usually and decent prices but they are out of stock now.

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Unbelievable smell and flavor straight gas skunk and lime alike skittles or starburst and so terps all oil when you press her she’s unstable for like a week straight sauce so only press large amounts into jars and puffco or smoke very low temp I find even low temp I lose that flavor she best enjoyed in a joint in my opinion she leaves you smelling like weed inside your mouth nose and clothes lol bugs weren’t terrible an dif you keep up on thinning as she gets thick that will help prevent bugs and make air flow better preventing Botrytis which she wasn’t to bad to until late late and no pm

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I have seen him on a bunch of different podcasts. He’s an interesting guy and I don’t want to go out on a limb here but he seems like he likes to spin a yarn.

Mine was so tasty also

Attached some pics not pro pics but this is cherry west.

I have limepop x skyjaro very excited about possibly being even more limes then this which would be awesome

The founder and chairman of Israeli venture capital firm Jerusalem Venture Partners, Mr. Margalit took part in a regional cooperation conference held in Doha, Qatar, last week. Following a defeat in a bid for the leadership of the Israeli Labor party, Mr. Margalit announced his retirement from the Israeli parliament and from politics in general in a Facebook post in early October. Mr. Margalit was first elected to the Israeli parliament in 2013, and served as a member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee and its cybersecurity subcommittee.

Following the May visit of U.S President Donald Trump to the Middle-East, and statements coming from the Saudi ruling family concerning the country’s efforts to limit the power of Islamist groups, Israeli officials have publicly commented on the long-standing ties between the Israel and Saudi Arabia. On Sunday, Israel’s Minister of Energy Yuval Steinitz said in a radio interview that Saudi Arabia collaborates with Israel against “Iran’s growing influence in the Middle-East.” Last week, Saudi-owned London-based news site Elaph published a first of its kind interview with Israel’s army chief of staff Gadi Eizenkot, citing Lt. Gen. Eizenkot as saying Israel is willing to collaborate with Saudi against Iran.

Over the last decade, intelligence and commercial ties between Israel and the Gulf countries have been on the rise, a result of a perceived mutual interest in limiting Iran's influence. Israeli former parliament member Erel Margalit participated in a regional conference in Qatar last week

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Organized by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), the conference held in Doha brought together hundreds of government officials and business persons from countries including Afghanistan, Algeria, Lybia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Jordan, China, France, Canada, Australia, and Germany. Over the last decade, intelligence and commercial ties between Israel and the Gulf countries have been on the rise, a result of a perceived mutual interest in limiting Iran’s influence. Beyond intelligence ties that have been publicly discussed by Israeli officials, the commercial ties focused on homeland security, water infrastructure and cybersecurity, many times through third-party companies registered in Europe or the Gulf. These ties have largely been kept unofficial.

In June, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the UAE announced cutting diplomatic and commercial relations with Qatar due to the latter’s ties with Islamist groups. Visitors to the annual regional cooperation conference held last week in Doha commented about the dwindled presence of visitors from these countries, said another participant at the event, Israeli-born Guy Katsovich, founder of Los Angeles-based startup accelerator Fusion LA. In recent years, Qatar stood out as a supporter of Iran, irking some countries in the region.