There are doctors that believe that marijuana does have healing properties. This is the reason why medical marijuana is made legal in almost 14 states in the US.
Under federal law, growing marijuana, using it or owning it is a criminal offense. This is the reason why it is important that unless you have a doctor's recommendation to use it, you don't even think about growing this substance at home.
For those who have obtained permission to legally plant marijuana, it is important for you to learn the techniques of planting and processing marijuana. Given below is a growing marijuana plants guide that can help you understand the process better.
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1. Choose space to grow – some good places include basements, cabinets, and attics. Whatever location you choose, make sure it has access to an electrical outlet.
2. Containers – You need to grow your plants in pots or containers. Always make sure that you use a large plastic pot.
3. Lighting – if you plant plants indoors, there is no chance for your plants to get enough sunlight. Because plants like marijuana need the sun light to grow properly, you can use artificial lighting to give your plants all the light needed to grow.
Some great options include neon lights, metal halide lights, and high-pressure sodium lamps.