Successfully growing cannabis is much harder than it looks

To be clear, I did not buy this land so that I could grow pot… I wanted this land for a lot of unusual reasons, but now that I own it, I will entirely have to start trying to grow some plants, however why shouldn’t I? I have multiple hundred empty acres out here, just fields and forests, and a few little ponds scattered here and there, but nearby the main modern home is an outdated greenhouse.

It needed some repairs, but once I got it fixed up it was perfect as an incubator to get some cannabis plants going, but first of all I have to say that I thought it would be a lot easier to cultivate marijuana.

I mean they call it weed because it grows everywhere, so why did most of our cannabis plants die before they even get started? It didn’t certainly matter, because I had an open account with our outdated cannabis dispensary to have our stuff mailed to me. I wasn’t going to run out of cannabis to smoke, however I was decreasingly determined to get our own plants to work. Since I could grow our own marijuana, I wanted to do it! It would ultimately save me hundreds of dollars spent at the cannabis dispensary, although this wasn’t about money it was about doing something on our own. I can’t farm, or fish, or hunt, or even start a fire separate from matches, so I would prefer to be able to say I was capable of growing our own marijuana. It would make me assume I prefer more a “real man” as deranged as that sounds.

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