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Internet searches for “growing marijuana” or “growing cannabis” release such a deluge of information that beginning growers will become quickly overwhelmed and even discouraged from growing their own medicinal marijuana at home. I’d like to assure you that you can grow a beautiful plant with buds like this on your very first try:

The truth is that cannabis is a vivacious wild plant that grows natively in most parts of the world – from Thailand to Toronto, Malaysia to Moscow, there are subspecies and strains adapted to all manner of growing conditions. We say this tongue-in-cheek, but in most cases, you’ll have a harder time killing a cannabis plants than you’d have trying to grow one! I’ve seen wild Cannabis Ruderalis growing on a roadside, weed-whacked by road crews and run over by a paving truck, only to begin sprouting a dozen branches of new growth a week later. Tough plant!

However, properly cultivating a cannabis plant to the point of harvesting high-quality medical marijuana buds for your own use can be tricky. In nature, a cannabis plant produces a large quantity of seeds which are then spread about by man and nature. The strongest and luckiest (which land in a good growing location) survive and flourish, continuing the genetic line and always adapting to the local environment.

We growers take the seeds indoors and subject them to a custom made micro-climate. The task for the home grower is to create a proper environment for our beloved cannabis plant to flourish in. First we need to decide which type of marijuana plant we wish to grow – and the choices can be daunting! In the next post, I’ll guide you, the beginning grower, through choosing the proper cannabis strain for your needs. If you’re itching to get started, then go ahead and order our ebook here and you’ll be on your way to starting your grow right away; he first step is to inform yourself! (Smashwords will provide you with all formats you could need for an ebook – Kindle, PDF, etc.)

best regards

glenn panik

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