Marijuana State University Unveiled in Maine

April 7th, 2011 by admin Leave a reply »

April 2: Ray Logan, center, said he launched Marijuana State University and its three-hour instructional courses to help friends and acquaintances who, like himself, use marijuana to cope with illness. (Logan)

April 2: Ray Logan, center, said he launched Marijuana State University and its three-hour instructional courses to help friends and acquaintances who, like himself, use marijuana to cope with illness. (Logan)

Calling all “green” thumbs: A Maine man wants to teach you how to grow pot at Marijuana State University.

Ray Logan, 56, said he launched an instructional three-hour course to help friends and acquaintances who, like himself, use marijuana to cope with illness. Logan suffered a spinal injury during a skydiving accident in 1996 and later acquired a medical marijuana card in 2010.

“A lot of people just want to learn how to grow and it’s not an easy plant to grow,” Logan told FoxNews.com. “It’s not just sticking a seed in soil and that’s it.”

Logan, of Wells, Maine, held his first class on marijuana cultivation at a hotel in Portland on April 2. Roughly 15 people attended the session, which included germination tips and instructions on correct levels for humidity, temperature and lighting.

“I get right into every technical aspect of it that’s possible,” Logan said. “I’m still studying it. I love the biology of the plant.”

The classes also include information on the history of marijuana, details on various strains and instructions on

Article source: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/04/07/marijuana-state-university-unveiled-maine/?test=latestnews

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