Here at 2oceansvibe, we are proudly pro-marijuana.
Why? Because it’s common sense, you fools.
Last year’s Constitutional Court ruling was a massive leap in the right direction, and now more and more businesses are exploring additional revenue opportunities.
Take local seed supplier Starke Ayres, who made the news last year when somebody Photoshopped and circulated the image below:
Herbs of success, you say?
We had a good laugh at the time, but perhaps someone was more clued up than they let on. Check this from the South African:
…enOrmus Bud and Stark Ayres have launched South Africa’s first competition to grow the largest marijuana plant, offering a R1 000 cash prize for the best bushmastery.
At the same time, Cape Town based Starke Ayres Garden Centres, in conjunction with Transformus – suppliers of bio-active cell food, enOrmous Bud – have produced South Africa’s first complete home-growing kit.
Starke Ayres, one of the largest seed suppliers in Africa, is known for its innovation in agriculture and gardening, and pioneering trends to meet customer demand. They receive many enquiries daily from customers wanting to know how to grow their own cannabis, and are now supplying a comprehensive solution.
As part of this launch promotion, Stark Ayres in Rosebank, Cape Town, and enOrmus Bud are offering a free ‘How To Grow your Bush Outdoor’ guide, along with every bottle of enOrmus Bud purchased, while stocks last.
If you needed another excuse to put those green fingers to use, consider yourself excused.
Most aficionados have their own tricks of the trade, but Charl Pienaar, founder of enOrmus Bud, seems like he’s put a great deal of thought into his product:
“EnOrmus Bud is not a fertiliser in the chemical sense, but it is the primary mechanism that feeds the microbes that synergistically feed the plants,” he said. “It is a broad spectrum mineral complex that includes fulvic and humic acids and natural plant hormones.”
Pienaar said many scientific disciplines were waking up to the importance of microbes for our wellbeing, and that of our beautiful blue planet. “Healthy microbiomes provide the ability for ecosystems to be adaptable, resilient and healthy – whether they are in our bodies or soils,” he said.
I’m no scientist, but that all sounds fair to me.
The competition will close on May 30, 2019, so there’s still time to pamper your prize plant before sending in your photo.
You can find all the details you need on the enOrmus Bud competition page.
Happy growing, friends.
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