Marijuana Educational Classes Don’t Teach How to Grow Weed

by Mike Miller August 19, 2013

Do you know someone who has a marijuana plant or has grown marijuana in the past? I bet you do. As a counselor for drug and alcohol educational programs  I often discuss the subject of weed cultivation with my students. It may not surprise you to learn that many of my students have grown weed.

Cannabis has always been a popular drug all over the world and is one of the most commonly made-at-home drugs today. Cannabis cultivation is so popular because it can be done all naturally, rather inexpensively, and allows users to have access to consumption anytime they want without having to purchase it. It also can be done indoors.

Not sure just how to grow your weed? No worries, just attend “Weed University!” That is no joke, there are actually schools opening up to teach marijuana cultivation.

This blog is not designed to teach you how to grow, rather highlighting the essentials. First, marijuana plants can be grown with or without soil.

The second essential for cannabis cultivation is the overall warmth. There are optimal temperatures that the cannabis thrives in based on the time of day, so it’s important to pay close attention to that.

Of course light and water are crucial to the growth of any living plant. Instead of growing weed, try a drug course, either in-person or online.

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