Understanding how to grow marijuana
Benefits, the life cycle, and the difference between male and female marijuana plants
Types of marijuana
Picking out the plants, seeds, and clones
Tips to maximize your cannabis yields
Marijuana effect on diseases
Guide to cannabis cultivation
Marijuana is likely one of the most interesting and rewarding plants to grow if only because it has a remarkably short lifespan. You get to see the entire process from germination to harvest in only three to six months, and of course, you get to enjoy the fruits of your labor when the process is finished.
Many prospective growers might take to growing marijuana with an air of nonchalance, but that is really not the way to go about it. It is a labor-intensive effort that requires you to take great care of the plants if you want the best product by harvest time.
Even though it can be somewhat difficult, that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be attempted at all. In fact, many people who have no gardening or horticultural history whatsoever have taken to growing cannabis.
This beginner growing guide can certainly give you solid foundation to help make growing your marijuana garden a much simpler process overall.
Of course, as marijuana’s murky legal history in the US (and, really, around the world) will let you know, growing marijuana comes with a certain amount of risk.