Growing marijuana is not as easy as people may think. I can be quite expensive to start up and one mistake can cause your crop to not grow properly, not bud or even die. Things that you must consider is:
- Whether you will grow indoors or outdoors
- How many crops you will able to grow in a year
- The strains you will grow, taking into consideration grow times and conditions.
- Law in your state
No matter whether you grow indoors or outdoors it is hard work and take a lot of attention. Some think that you can just plant a seed or clone and just sit back and wait for the money to roll in. That is so not the case. You need to spend time examining your grow looking for pests, discoloration and overall plant health. With in a day or two you can destroy a root system and kill and entire crop. The effort that you do put in and the constant research that you will need to do, will pay off as long as you are dedicated and understand that it is not easy
Deciding on Whether to Grow Indoors or Outdoors
Making this decision will be determined on the amount of money you have to invest, location of the grow and how much you want to make. To be profitable you really need to have a good size grow. Remember federally it is illegal to grow and distribute weed, but the state that have medicinal or recreational programs have their own laws on the books that you must follow. As long as you follow your states laws then the Federal Government has agreed to look away.
Growing indoors, I believe is the best. You have more control of the climate for your plants, easier pest control and you can grow more crops in a year. You will need a substantial amount of money to invest in getting started. Outdoor growing can cost less but you leave much of your luck in the climate being good, pests being controlled and you can do one big crop a year.