I've never heard of "hydro" weed. But prices vary widely all across America. It normally costs between $1,300 - $2,000.
Hydro weed is weed grown hydroponically.
You'd have to ask someone who has experience and would know the price in their area.
Approximately 2.7% of our GDP.
For a brick cottage and quarter of an acre in 1815, it would of cost you £70, a wooden cottage cheaper.
The yearly cost to rent a home in America varies greatly depending on the location and type of home that one is looking to rent. However, the average cost to rent a home is approximately 2,500 dollars per month, or $30,000 per year.
A dozen eggs were priced around $0.90 USD. Pound sizes of coffee or bacon averaged over $3.00 USD. Bread costs totaled $1.85 USD.
Currently the the United States has a very high level of debt. One reason for this was the expensive cost of the wars it has fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Supreme Court doesn't have a commissary; they have a cafeteria.
around, 250 to 350 smoke it up.
We would also have to consider the cost of a bun during that era. Unfortunately, the price of bread is currently in dispute.
The average cost of building a hydro power plant on the Columbia river is 559,220,000.
about $50 <-- Idk wtf who ever answered this is smoking. But you won't get near a half pound with 50 bucks. Hell an 8th of dank costs me $60. I got a quarter of a pound for around 500. You do the math.
£9000 in the ukA lotThe price of Hydro Power depends if your referring to the cost of it being built or the cost of running it. It also depends on the size of the Hydro plant. Construction of Hydro Plants are generally VERY expensive but once they have been built the are quite cheap to run.
1400 was before Columbus landed in America, so you are obviously not asking about a US quarter. You might want to specify the actual country that issued the quarter, what type of quarter it was, markings on the quarter, condition of the quarter, etc. You are not going to get an accurate answer from someone who has not seen this quarter. Take it to a professional appraisor.
u tell me hobo
It would cost $1.40 per pound.