An “and” instead of an “or” in a new Colorado marijuana bill flings a monkey wrench in how the state enforces cannabis pesticide regulations.
Tangie typically stands above the rest of other “orange” strain offerings in terms of smell. It’s an orchard flush with Cuties clementines that was hit by the spray of a skunk a few days prior. I’m usually looking for muted green foxtails, but it’s usually the bright orange hairs that will catch your eye first.
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