Grow marijuana plants
Growing marijuana indoors is fast becoming a common pastime. The reasons are varied. With the increased interest and experimentation in house plant cultivation, it was inevitable that people would apply their knowledge of plant care to growing marijuana.
Many of those who occasionally like to light up a joint may find it difficult to locate a source or are hesitant to deal with a perhaps unsavory element of society in procuring their grass. There is, of course, the criminal aspect of buying or selling grass; Growing marijuana is just as illegal as buying, selling, or smoking it, but growing is something you can do in the privacy of your own home without having to deal with someone you don't know or trust.
The best reason for growing your own is the enjoyment you will get out of watching those tiny little seeds you picked out of you stash sprout and become some of the most lovely and lush of all house plants.
A guide on how to grow marijuana plants you can find in the grow
guide section of this site
The best marijuana seeds for the beginning indoor
grower (whether soil or hydroponics) are mainly
indica strains. As you become more experienced,
you could move up to an indica/sativa mix.
When you are confident in your growing
ability, you may wish to experiment with growing
a mainly sativa strain.
An outdoor grower should start with a mainly indica
strain that matures quickly, produces a large
yield, and doesn't grow too tall. You need
a strain that matures quickly when
growing in an area where the temperature
will drop to freezing in or prior to november
(this includes many parts of the northern
hemisphere including the USA and Canada).
In fact, strains that mature quickly should be used to
grow marijuana outdoors anywhere there is a winter where
temperatures fall below 40 degrees, freezing weather will
destroy a crop. If, after harvesting a crop or two, you notice
there is still time left for plants to grow, you can get a strain
that takes longer to grow for next year's crop. More seeds