Marijuana Seeds Alabama: Tips & Information
Marijuana and Alabama are not two things one generally hears in the same sentence unless it is in a song lyric. However, with marijuana laws around the U.S. as flexible and grey as they are, there is no reason not to start planning your first crop of homegrown Alabama ganja.
There are many who, when they think of Alabama, Muscle Shoals music comes to mind. Some of the greatest and most timeless recordings in music history have come out of this part of the world, pulling on the heart-strings of America since the late ’50s. Also, Alabama is home to a massive college football community, attracting millions of dedicated spectators every year. Education and awareness in Alabama are evidenced by more than 60 colleges and universities and numerous successful wildlife protection and rehabilitation projects. There is also a thriving seafood industry as well as many other more recent enterprises.
Unfortunately, Alabama is also home to some horrific examples of humanity. Alabama has gone through Spanish conquering, the French land claims, and the Seven Years’ War. Alabama then experienced colonization and, of course, its long battles with slavery, racism, and racialization. This dark moment in American history led to the American Civil War and subsequent reconstruction, the reason for which, many say is still very alive in the Cotton State today. Throughout its history as part of the union, it has always been known as a hard-nosed, deep southern State with very little flexibility, especially where drug laws are concerned.
History aside, Alabama is absolutely gorgeous, boasting diverse biology, geography, geology, and weather. Although Alabama is 23rd on the surface water list, it possesses the 2nd largest inland waterway system and has a natural slope toward the Mississippi River and ultimately the Gulf, making it like one big free-draining pot. Northern Alabama is primarily mountainous, with the Tennessee River running through, carving out a plethora of smaller lakes, rivers, streams, and gorges. Elevation in the Heart of Dixie is quite varied as well, rising from zero feet at Mobile Bay in the Gulf, to Mount Cheaha’s 2,417-foot peak.