Talulas, garden box with weedkiller, gets a weedkiller in India

The garden box at a popular Delhi-based garden shop in the country’s western city of Jalandhar is full of weedkiller capsules and the herbs they contain.

They are also available in the form of herb garden kits, which sell for as little as Rs. 7.50 ($8.40) each.

The box also has a variety of weed-fighting products, including the Talulas herb garden kit.

It’s a new development for India, a nation that has been plagued by drug-related violence and the growing popularity of marijuana.

India legalized marijuana in 2004, and the drug has become an integral part of Indian culture and social life.

But the drug, which comes in many forms including edibles, is still banned in the United States and Canada, where it remains illegal under federal law.

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised to reduce the countrys drug use, though his government has also cracked down on social and political groups that promote marijuana use.

The government has issued a series of regulations that criminalize the sale and distribution of marijuana, including banning social media use, online shopping and the purchase and distribution.

Many Indian cities and towns have legalized marijuana, and a few cities have also legalized the recreational use of the drug.

Indian Prime Minister Narendrabhai Singh said at a conference on drug use in January that he wants to see India become “the next cannabis nation.”

The garden box at a popular Delhi-based garden shop in the country’s western city of Jalandhar is full of weedkiller…