Growing cannabis is not as easy as it looks

When I looked at several YouTube videos to learn how to grow tomatoes in my backyard, I thought that everything looked so easy.

I figured I could grow large tomatoes without any strife or frustration.

I was wrong in nearly every capacity after I started struggling to get the seeds to sprout and survive past the first few weeks. Eventually I gave up and bought a few fully grown tomato plants from a local farmer’s market. But when they started to die a month later, I was going out of my mind trying to figure out why I was constantly failing. I ended up buying a few books and joining several internet forums to get better at growing plants and vegetables. It took some trial and error, but eventually I became proficient with tomato plants. Right now I’m trying to grow cannabis in my backyard. It’s not easy when you can’t precisely control the lighting and the other environmental elements. Just like tomatoes, cannabis proved to be a trial and error process, but it took a lot longer than I had expected. Growing cannabis isn’t as easy as it looks, at least it wasn’t that way for me. Thankfully with enough experience I got to the point where I can get seeds to grow into beautifully mature plants ready for harvest and curing. The cannabis plants that I grow might not be of the same quality as the flower products at the cannabis dispensaries, but it’s a lot better than the cheap crap I used to buy on the black market back in the day. Growing cannabis also enables you to use a lot more of it without draining your bank account each week.
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