2016 is kicking off to be an important year in California Cannabis as we get closer to legalization and interest in all things cannabis are at an all time high. But the citizens of Northern California’s cannabis community know that it’s also time to get to focus on the important things like planting and farming. Kevin Jodrey of Wonderland Nursery has produced a planting calendar for those that may benefit from that information. Those in the community know that Kevin believes that supporting the development and betterment of the community around you comes back to benefit you in positive ways. With that in mind, take a look at the calendar and click the link to download the calendar.

Wonderland 2016 planting calendar

If you are interested in what Wonderland Nursery has available for the 2016 planting season, please check out their video clone library to see what genetics are available this year.


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Kevin Jodrey is one of the most well known growers in Humboldt County and is an internationally respected cannabis expert, known for improving and forwarding the modern cannabis movement. As a world renowned hunter of ganja genetics, Kev is fascinated by the search for rare, desirable, and marketable traits. Kevin is the creator of Port Royal, owner of Wonderland Nursery, and co-founder of The Ganjier. He’s been a cannabis cultivator for decades, running this own operations and offering consulting services to the broader community. He’s spoken at universities, judged at the Emerald Cup, and consulted on cannabis related educational shows for National Geographic and A&E. Featured in the New York Times, a pulitzer prize winning Washing Post article, countless other articles, books, and radio and tv shows, he is at the epicenter of the Green Rush (and graces the walls of the Oakland Museum to prove it) and is guiding the industry as it transitions to the Clean Rush - the sustainable movement of regenerating the land naturally through cannabis cultivation.

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