Cultivating different strains of cannabis

I have always built and maintained my grow houses to industry standards, because this isn’t about smoking pot for me, this is about growing the best possible cannabis to sell for the highest price

People think that a life of quiet solitude is boring, but I disagree. I live on a small farm about fifteen minutes away from a small town, and about two hours away from a major population center. So I certainly get all the peace and quiet I could ever want, but at the same time there is a great bar with live music 6 nights a week just a little drive from here. For me it’s the best of both worlds, because whenever I don’t want to be alone, I can head into town. I need all the solitude to keep developing my private crops of cannabis. Our state is on the verge of full legalization for both medicinal and recreational cannabis use, something for which I am very grateful. You see, I have been planning for this day for a while, gearing up my grow so that hopefully I can start selling to marijuana dispensaries in the near future. Until recreational marijuana use is legal, there is no point in me trying to navigate the confusing maze of medical paperwork. Once marijuana grows become a business concern not a medicinal concern I will be ready to get my permits and become 100% legit. I have six greenhouses of various sizes, for which I use to house different strains of cannabis. I have always built and maintained my grow houses to industry standards, because this isn’t about smoking pot for me, this is about growing the best possible cannabis to sell for the highest price. I put in the work, and need marijuana to make it worth my while.

 

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