DECEMBER 2014 – Table of Contents

Big, Big Love

The second High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in the Great Lakes State allowed thousands of stoners to sample the fruits of Michigan’s thriving cannabis scene.
By Samantha Nicholas

The 2014 Global Harvest Report

A survey of the most prominent pot-producing regions in the world, complete with strain updates, yield reports and assessments of the local political scene.
By Nico Escondido

Top 10 Strains of 2014

HT senior cultivation editor Danny Danko highlights our favorite pot varieties from the past 12 months, including various Cannabis Cup winners, as well as some of the hottest new or improved strains available to grow and smoke now.

Quick Study

Beginners would love to have a mentor guiding them successfully down the garden path. One lucky grower learned with instruction from one of the world’s top experts.
By Dan Skye

A thriving, competitive free market is by far the best way to regulate legalized pot—and to protect the interests of both cannabis consumers and the public at large.
By Jon Gettman

High Times Interview: Reggie Watts

Musician, comedian and self-avowed “disinformationist” Reggie Watts talks to HT about science, authenticity, and his search for a connection to pure creativity with weed.
By Mary Jane Gibson

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