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It may be that your child has experimented with marijuana use or tried it a couple of times with their friends. That happens a lot more these days than it may have happened when you were in school.
Forty-four percent of all students have tried weed by 12th grade according to the National Institutes of Health.   That means that your child probably has friends who are smoking marijuana or at least know someone who is.
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If you see this many marijuana plants growing indoors, you have stumbled upon a major indoor marijuana grow operation. Leave the scene immediately and call 9-1-1 if it is not a legal operation.

These pictures show marijuana, also known as cannabis or weed, in varying stages of growth, processing, and use. You may be concerned about plants you find growing in and around your home. Or, you may wonder whether what you discovered in your child’s room is marijuana or indicates your child may be using marijuana.

Parents may want to know what marijuana looks like in all stages of development and use. See photos that can help you check what you find at home.

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A genuine WWG (Wannabe Weed Guru) is not complete without shaky hands and bud falling out from the ends of the rolling paper. It’s a no-brainer to see why having a ‘brofessor’ roll up the doobie in front of everyone is an effective WWG prevention strategy.

Sometimes it is enjoyable to listen to a Wannabe Weed Guru. Get high off some chronic and enjoy a clown, the ‘master of growing’ can be quite funny sometimes – that is, if you don’t have to deal with them for the whole evening.
These tricks are most commonly done by adjusting the hue, vibrancy, contrast and brightness of photos in an computer photo editing program.

While much of weed photo-editing is done in good fun, phony bud pics have been going viral lately and judging by the comments people post, many eyes believe these buds to be the real deal. Trolling the weed scene with fake bud pics is getting annoying, and someone has to call BS.
Most people would prefer to see a growers amazing results in living flesh before all-star advice is being shoved down their throat. Nobody in a pot smoking circle wants to hear some ‘brofessor’ ranting on about their insane grow, hyping up the superior quality, while never having any of that bud to throw down.
When a liar is boasting how much killer pot they grew ‘that one year’, speak up quickmultiply that number of pounds/kilos grown and boast the resulting sum in a very loud tone. Try to overpower other peoples conversations if the are not listing to you.
Social media is going viral with fake edited photographs of buds and flowering bud plants. Most often placed along with the text “What would you name this…”, or set as the profile picture of a fake social media account. Take a close look at this cannabis picture …
You’d be surprised how many marijuana-guru knowledge heads who can’t even simply roll a joint properly. Who on earth is going to listen to a guru professor who cannot roll a fattie up? Nobody… and even through their thick egos, they themselves will realize this.

You can see how easy it is for any halfway-computer-literate person to edit the color of buds below. ▼▼▼

Social media is going viral with fake edited photographs of buds and flowering bud plants. Most often placed along with the text