Anyone can grow organic cannabis, but only if you're willing to follow the rules. Cultivating marijuana isn't like growing tomatoes or green peppers. You have to pamper pot plants, keep them free from chemicals, and spoil them with their own unique soils, fertilizers, composts, and pesticides if you want organic yields.
Horticulture in the marijuana growing industry is an expanding reality that is only becoming more and more popular. With regulations on marijuana changing almost daily, and the culture evolving in even less that time, the state of marijuana within only a year from now will be drastically different. Growing kits are an essential tool for newbies, and even those in the process of growing plants for a long period of time, as they provide essential nutrients, lighting, and other necessities for the best marijuana growing accommodations.
Have you ever had a weed plant that you really, truly loved? Maybe it was one of the rarest cannabis strains out there. Or, maybe it was just your favorite Maui Wowie plant ever.
Great question, and to answer it we'll have to delve down deep into the world of marijuana cultivation, a truly immense and immersive industry with eccentric personality. Understanding the necessity in harvesting at the right point in time is key to growing powerhouse buds with exceptional flavor and highs. However, there are a variety of different ways one can grow marijuana in the first place, specifically in either inside or outdoor crops, but there's also myriads of seed variants, lighting apparatuses, feeding nutrients, and much more that can all in effect avert the entire way growers go about harvesting. It's similar to cooking, in that you can follow your, or someone else's desired route of growing, much like a chef will follow a recipe, but it doesn't always come out to the exact same result. This is why keeping an eye on marijuana growing FAQ pages is key, and attending the other eye to the best advice from industry leaders is even more advantageous in the avoidance of error.
I hope everyone is high and hopeful out there in Cannatopia! I know I am! WOOOO HOOOOO for crop time. All those hours that my honey is away working his ass off pay off in this moment of a deep inhale off this joint of Da-Purps, working on getting my body aches right, maybe my mind will get right… I highly doubt it… hahaha… after I do this funny unload about a couple of very familiar job hazards when it comes to growing cannabis. Yeah… we all can relate or have witnessed these hazards happen to a fellow stoner; each of them stings in a different way, but both generally lead to loads of laughter and riding it out. At least in my house, we have grown to just laugh it off and move on from it because it just comes with the territory. As a matter of fact, one of the job hazards my honey has done to himself at least twice in the last two days during harvesting and all he could do was… well… nothing.
It has been a busy few days since my last entry. It gets quit busy around here when it gets close to crop time. Yay!!! I was missing my meds more than you could ever know. With growing you don’t always get what you want at the end and sometimes shit gets tough and life happens and next thing you know you are dipping into your roach jars. Thank goodness for those roach jars though or we might have been a whole lot worse off.
Hope everyone is feeling high and hopeful out there in Cannatopia, because I know I am. I know in my last entry I basically gave you a breakdown of how long cannabis has been in my life and briefly touched on how I came to be a grower’s wife… weed widow… I prefer marijuana mistress… I don’t mind sharing my husband with those lovely ladies, but don’t start tripping. I won’t share him with anyone else, hahaha, he is all mine. Speaking of my honey, FYI, he just came in from the garden and he smells so good. He smells of a nice mix of fruity piney dank funk. It is a smell that only a cannabis lover could appreciate. One of the perks of being a marijuana mistress is that you do not mind her perfume when he comes home smelling like the other ladies. It is the only time I will smell anybody’s fingers. Yes, I went there and I know some of you laughed and have done it to someone else right after you have gotten terps on your fingers from fondling a big beautiful nug.
Make no mistake about it—every parent with half a brain realizes what it means if they notice their teenager or young adult suddenly showing a newfound interest in botany. It most often means that their kid is growing cannabis.
Anyone who is a pothead can tell you that you can't just grab bud off the plant and smoke it—at least, not if you want to have a quality smoking experience. To actually get the full flavor and potency of the cannabis you're smoking, you need to dry and cure it.
Imagine a set of fraternal twins one of them is Mary and the other is named Henry, Mary is a popular girl in school and loves to go to parties and Henry is more reserved and focuses on his work but still gets in trouble with his parents because of Mary’s actions. Now what if I told you that Mary and Henry were actually Hemp and Marijuana? Hemp aka Cannabis Sativa is the lesser known cousin to Marijuana aka Cannabis indica. Hemp is an extremely useful crop but has been through controversy due to its relation to marijuana.
CBD or Cannabidiol is made from high-CBD, low-THC hemp; it's unlike medical marijuana products, which usually have a high concentration of psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol or THC. Although CBD may not make you "trippy," it's beneficial for the human body in other ways and is drastically more helpful than many of today's harsh, addiction fueling over the counter pills. A huge reason why CBD bonds so well with the body is because our bodies are already equipped with cannabis receptors.
Oregon is known for some pretty amazing things. Its mountains, coast, and culture combine to make magic happen for those who venture her land. That land, it seems, is being hailed as some of the best for sun grown ganja, and with nearly 1 in 5 Oregonians consuming cannabis regularly; all that herb has got to grow somewhere!