You’re here because you want to learn how to grow weed. Despite what you may have heard, growing cannabis is actually pretty easy once you have the right information. Anyone with the will to grow, a few extra minutes each day and a space to grow have what it takes to grow their own cannabis .
Cannabis goes by many names; “weed,” “pot,” “marijuana,” “ganja” and more. These all refer to the same thing. Cannabis is a plant that grows almost everywhere in the world. In the wild, cannabis makes flowers in the fall, and the flowers of the female cannabis plant are what most people think of when it comes to the word “cannabis.” The flowers of this plant are harvested, dried and cured to become the buds that can be used to vaporize, smoke, eat (via edibles) for recreational or medical marijuana purposes.
Dried & Cured Flowers of a Female Cannabis Plant
“Sinsemilla” – potent cannabis buds without seeds
Maybe you’re like me a few years ago. You like cannabis, or need it for medical reasons, and you’re tired of paying for it. Or perhaps, like me, you couldn’t even find any cannabis to buy most of the time.
For people like us, growing cannabis can be a relaxing pastime that can save you a lot of money, time and frustration.
- save money & time – compared to buying cannabis, growing is much easier for me
- health reasons – I use medical marijuana for epilepsy
- greater stealth – never have to pick up cannabis from somewhere else
- personal safety – no need to deal with drug dealers to get cannabis
- consistent supply – never run out
- higher quality cannabis & choice of strains – produce exactly what you want
Before you start growing, it’s important that you understand your local laws. If you live in the USA, this website may help.
Cannabis is a weed in the wild that adapts to many climates. Cannabis plants can actually be really easy to grow if you have the right information and know what to do. It can seem impossible to get started if it’s your first time growing, but this website will walk you through everything.
Don’t you want to see this when you wake up every morning?
After you start growing, it usually takes at least 3 months until harvest for most strains (some just a little less, some strains take longer, and it will also take longer if you grow big plants). After harvest, your cannabis buds takes around a week to dry. Lastly, for the best quality, most growers want to cure their bud for 2+ weeks to get a smoother taste and a higher perceived potency. After being cured for 2-4 weeks, buds will feel stronger and be less likely to cause headaches or anxiety.
In total, you’re looking at a 4 month investment for a cannabis harvest.
~3+ Months – Seed to Harvest
~1 week – Drying
2+ Weeks – Curing
Total: 4+ Months
This article is shared as is from: http://www.growweedeasy.com/basics#intro