Our farm will be closing at noon each day because the supply of strawberries has been too low to remain open. We anticipate this happening each day until the week of June 15, 2020. *Our family created the hour on Monday mornings from 7 a.m. to help better protect our senior citizens during the Covid-19 outbreak.
We apologize if this creates an inconvenience of any type but we feel this is the best decision for our customers. *Please know that our family does not allow professional photography or photo shoots of any nature. *Please note that the availability of produce can change from day to day. Please check our Facebook page for the most up to date field conditions. Summertime offers wide open spaces and easily accessible fields to park beside. Please know that children are always welcome when accompanied by an adult. This strain is a beast; you may know it by another name, King Kong Kush. This indica-dominant (80% indica/20% sativa) cannabis plant boasts some massive, lumpy buds with dark green leaves smattered in sugary trichomes. King Kong smells incredibly funky, just as one would expect from the King of the Jungle. The flavor has an earthy, woody quality to it, like smoking something grown deep in the tropics.
This indica hits the head hard, and induces near-instant relaxation and joy with the first puff. The body buzz has a bit of a tingle, making this a great strain for managing chronic pain, muscle spasms, cramps, headaches/migraines, or even insomnia. Cottonmouth and red eyes are pretty much a given with the King Kong. Beginners or those who do just a little too much may experience some lightheadedness or anxiety. ranks right up there with gorilla glue, I love that to. Responds to topping and responds nicely to bending branches and pruning. Never had a problem with pH, plant problems or deficiencies of any kind during the whole process. I used Roots Organic Brand soil and Roots organic nutrients for veg and bloom along with filtered ph'd water. Great pain relief strain, I had severe muscle pain and this worked like a charm. Also have been suffering from insomnia for days and slept like a baby for about 8 hours. One of the best pain relief strains I've ever used. I had abdominal surgery which is especially painful when coupled with any stress or anxiety, that tend to make your core flinch and tighten in reaction to dozens of everyday occurrences. This King Kong actually enabled me not physically react as involuntarily to minor stimuli allowing my core to heal much more quickly. An L is a really long joint that gets its name from the paper orientation prior to rolling. Knowing how to roll an L is especially useful when smoking in large groups or with those who have high tolerances. The beauty of an L is that you can instantly increase the size of your joint simply by adding an additional rolling paper leaf. This means that you can turn two regular size papers into a king size joint in a pinch! If you landed on this page and you’d really like to improve your joint rolling across the board, we recommend you start with our step-by-step joint rolling or our 10 tips for rolling better joints before attempting this technique, as it is a bit advanced. That said, if you’ve got a good foundation in the basics, give this technique a try! Rolling an L is no different than rolling a normal joint, except that you will be using a rolling paper with an ‘L’ shape (created by sticking two papers together). To create the L shape, place two sheets of rolling paper on a flat surface in front of you. Orient one of the papers normally, with the glue side up and facing you. Rotate the second paper an additional 90 degrees counterclockwise from the same position, so that the strip of glue is next to the end of the first paper.
If you prefer the joint orientation reversed, simply rotate the paper clockwise and attach it to the other end of the first paper. Then lick the lower portion of the glue strip of the second paper and attach the two together. You should now have a single rolling paper that looks like an L. If you are looking to smoke less paper, you can cut off the far corner of the rotated paper as indicated in the photo above. Note that, in our experience, it helps to let the glue dry out a bit before moving to the next step, otherwise it is easy to rip apart the papers. This technique can be used with any size rolling paper to increase the volume of your joint. Now it’s time to load the rolling paper with ground bud. Make sure you use a grinder, as crafting an L joint will be very difficult without properly ground cannabis. An effective grinder does not have to break the bank!
Arrange the ground buds in the trough of the paper as you would with any other joint. It’s important to note that because you are using a longer paper, the shape of the joint will be more pronounced; meaning a tapered cone will appear more conical and only the truest pinner will look like a straight joint. That said, make sure you arrange for the shape you intend to roll – use the photos below as a reference.