Iguana Juice Organic Grow: Iguana Juice Organic Grow is a liquid fertiliser for growing your plants in the vegetative phase. Iguana Juice Organic Grow helps to have very strong branches, but above all it decreases the distance between one internode and the next. It also makes the stem more robust. This fantastic product has been specially created and designed to prevent clogging in irrigation systems and to avoid fouling holding tanks, and is 100% soluble. Iguana Juice Organic Grow is composed of: nitrogen, nitrogen, chelated micro elements, phosphorus, potassium and calcium. it is a compound based on fish algae and natural yucca extracts. How to use: 4ml per litre of water, shake well before use.
Formats: 1 L
The new decree on medicinal plants: what happens now?
After the State-Regions Conference reached agreement on 12 January on the new decree on medicinal plants, the hemp sector has been overwhelmed by conflicting news and, as a result, not a little confusion. In particular, point No. 4 of Article 1 of the decree, which seems to make it illegal to cultivate and sell without authorisation from the Ministry of Health, has given rise to numerous doubts:
“The cultivation of Cannabis sativa L. of the varieties allowed for the production of seeds and seed derivatives is conducted pursuant to Law No. 242 of 2 December 2016, containing provisions for the promotion of the cultivation and agro-industrial chain of hemp. The cultivation of cannabis plants for the purpose of producing leaves and inflorescences or active substances for medicinal use is governed by Presidential Decree No. 309 of 9 October 1990, which prohibits their cultivation without the prescribed authorisation by the Ministry of Health.”
After the signing of the decree, while doubts and questions were growing among consumers and those involved, Federcanapa sent a communication to all the regional agricultural councillors proposing the modification of the text, because according to the association, in the current situation, the decree would place a limitation ‘in clear contrast with Community law in the light of the clear indications provided by the European Court of Justice, the Council of State and recent developments in legislation in other EU countries, including France, which has legitimised the use of flowers and leaves for the production of hemp extracts’.