Why Not A Small Grow-Op? May 23, 2017 – Posted in: Grow Guide – Tags: cannabis, cannabis community, cannabis growing, gardening tips, grow your own, growing weed, kickboxing, medical marijuna, overgrow canada, toronto dispensaries, toronto dispensary
Start Small To Begin
When people are first looking at growing their own marijuana plant for the first time, they generally end up reading about how to set up a big, successful operation. While success is certainly something you should be looking for, the fact is, that growing marijuana for only yourself does not need to be a huge endeavor. Why not start out with just 1-4 plants?
Why You Should Grow Your Own
Growing your own marijuana can have a lot of positives to it. You will know exactly where your weed comes from this way, and how the plant was treated. There will be no question of whether the banned pesticides that seem to plague the Licensed Producers are in it. It just simplifies things in that it removes any room for confusion or mistrust.
Like growing any consumable plant, it is also highly rewarding. When you finally get to consume the end result after months of work, you will enjoy not only the product itself but also the great feeling of accomplishment that comes with it.
There are a number of reasons why growing just one plant can be extremely beneficial. With only one plant you are better able to focus your efforts, making it more likely that the one plant will grow better than the individual plants in a plot of more than one marijuana plant.
Even better, growing only one plant is going to be extremely inexpensive when compared to other grow setups that generally include more plants and therefore more expensive equipment and resources. One plant only needs the bare minimum, so whether it’s seeds, soil, nutrients, lighting, or even water, you just don’t need as much. Growing one plant is the perfect way to try your hand at growing marijuana without investing a huge amount of money and time, making it much more low-risk than if you were trying it with many plants.
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