We Believe Cannabis Should Be Pesticide Free

Here at the Free Cannabis Directory, we believe all cannabis should be pesticide free. Who want's chemicals sprayed on their flowers? What do you think? In the coming months you'll see more and more information about pesticide-free growing, pesticide alternatives, and more stuff about ditching pesticides forever. You don't want your stuff to test positive for pesticides. You won't be able to sell and or worse could make somebody sick if your stuff somehow evades detection. You can also get fined and imprisoned. It's not worth the risk. Still you don't want pests to ruin your cannabis crop. Take advantage of the resources made available to you from some of knowledgeable members by contacting them through the directory and get valuable advice about growing pesticide-free cannabis.
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Win the Free Cannabis Directory’s Business of the Year Award

What would you do if you won the Free Cannabis Directory's Business of the Year Award? Go nuts? If your business wins the award you will get: A permanent space in our Business of the Year Hall of Fame. A photograph(provided by you) of your business and employees in a blog article on our website. A free web banner for your business that will also be added to our Links page and the Cannatop 100 Your listing will be featured on the homepage for a year Bragging rights! What do you need in order to win? All you've got to do is fill out the entry form. Deadline for entries is Jun 12, 2024 so don't delay.
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Biden issues pardons for certain marijuana offenses

Biden issues pardons for certain marijuana offenses Dec. 22, 2023, 5:00 AM PST / Updated Dec. 22, 2023, 8:45 AM PST By Elyse Perlmutter-Gumbiner and Megan Lebowitz

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden issued a proclamation to pardon certain marijuana offenses Friday, building on broader action he took last year for thousands of people convicted of possession under federal law.

The new pardons target "additional offenses of simple possession and use of marijuana under federal and D.C. law," Biden said in a statement. The proclamation includes offenses related to "use and possession on certain Federal lands," provisions that weren't covered by the 2022 proclamation.

"Criminal records for marijuana use and possession have imposed needless barriers to employment, housing, and educational opportunities," Biden said in the statement. "Too many lives have been upended because of our failed approach to marijuana. It’s time that we ri…

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