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California: Marijuana Cultivator To Unveil 'Wicked Wicking System'

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In the midst of the worst drought in California's history there comes good news from the world of marijuana. Cannabis cultivator George Bianchini is set to unveil his "Wicked Wicking System" this Wednesday, September 17, at his private, ultra water-conserving garden in Marin County.

Founder of Medi-Cone and recent Hempcon winner Bianchini himself, at a private event, will guide visitors through the garden's seven stations explaining how his "Wicked Wicking System" works.

George Bianchini is an entrepreneur and Oaksterdam graduate who has innovated a gardening/watering system that provides him with a thriving garden in spite of the drought. This system for growing high quality marijuana as well as fruits, vegetables, and other herbs uses the exact amount of water that a plant needs, and not a drop more, according to the cultivator.

Using a wicking method that he said dates back to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, and combining it with modern day materials and processes he has created a system that decreases the amount of water lost with conventional methods to upwards of 75 percent.

Bianchini plans to give the information away for free by posting an online video showing Do-It-Yourselfers how to construct their own systems. For those less handy, kits will be made available for purchase.

George's high-CBD strain took first place, triumphing over 25 other competitors at San Francisco's Hempcon recently. High-CBD strains have been making news because of their medicinal value in reducing seizures in young children without getting them "high."

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