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Growing Marijuana is one of the most fun hobbies I can think of.

You can harvest vast amounts of good quality pot from a cheap grow setup. One plant can yield enough to supply the average user for several month or even years!

Because Cannabis is such a strong Plant, it easily grows in many different surroundings. Even if the circumstances are not perfect, it will still yield a harvest.

Indoor or outdoor Growing

Outside growing is probably the cheapest method. But you are dependent on the weather.

Also, your Outdoor Plants are more likely to be found by other people.

Click to read my recommendations about Growing Marijuana Outdoors.

Have you got a Balcony? If you have enough sun, you could Grow Marijuana on a Balcony.

Growing Marijuana Indoors has some advantages.

You are independent of the weather. The risk of being discovered by others is greatly reduced. Plus you can grow all year long.

If you decide to go indoors, you need something like a Marijuana Grow Box with proper Marijuana Grow Lights. You also need space and think about issues like air supply and safety.

A Low-Budget way to cultivate Cannabis indoors is described in Beginners Growing Marijuana Indoors.

Growing good Marijuana?

This is what Good Marijuana is about:

– it has an awesome smell
– super delicious Looks (Many many crystals)
– has been HarvestedTrimmedDried, Cured and Stored properly.
– is a great smoke (little or no scratching and coughing)
– Relaxes and Inspires you. (Some great Music, Paintings and Websites have been written stoned)
– It is strong in its Effects

It starts with a seed

Whether indoors or outdoors. You usually start your plants from Marijuana Seeds. There are thousands of different Marijuana Strains available. Stick to the basics here and do not fall for creative names that are sold overpriced.

Learn about Germinating Marijuana Seeds here.

No matter where you grow, Marijuana is an extremely hungry plant. It grows fast and needs lots of sun, water and Fertilizer.

Eventually the plant will give back all the passion and love you put into it. You will be rewarded with a great smoke.

Growing Marijuana Outdoors Bill’s Grow Box Growing Marijuana Indoors
  • indrit

    friend . someone help me please . The first time that I want to grow my indoor … more desire but I am not sure if I can get over you … What do you recommend to read for more information ?????? Thank you

  • George

    Hi Jack,

    New to growing, I purchased WW and growing in a 2x4x5 tent. 1 400w LED panel (150 w actual power) 2 150 CFL 6500k 2 100 w CFL 2700. 4 inch inline fan with controller, 4 inch carbon filter. I just started 12/12 for flowering. Here is what the plant looks like. Did I start flowering to early? The plants seem to need water all the time.

    • http://www.how-to-marijuana.com Jack Tambo

      Hi,

      thanks for uploading photos.

      You did not start flowering too early. And you also have enough light and air. That is good.

      The plants are very thirsty, that is normal and healthy. Make sure they get enough to drink.

      Your plant looks small. It should be more bushy.

      Are you giving fertiliser yet?

      Cheers, Jack

  • Noah

    Hi Jack,
    I am first time growner and my plant looks like almost ready to harvest. I am not sure is it is compeletely ready, what do you think based on the images?
    It is a seed of Orange Bud from Dutch passion.

    Thx for your opinion.
    Regards, Noah

    • Noah

      One subquestion..
      Is it OK if i cut off stem by stem through couple of days?.. Lets say one stem is more brown than the other, should I harvest all at the same time or is it OK if i cut individualy? Will i hurt the plant this way? (after harvest i plan to re-veg this plant and not throw it away).

      thx again

      • http://www.how-to-marijuana.com Jack Tambo

        It will be ok to cut stem by stem.

        But in my experience, it will not bring much benefit.

        Because those stems left on the plant will grow very slowly. So you may as well harvest all at once.

        Re-veg … cool. Never tried it. Let us know if that works.

        Jack

    • http://www.how-to-marijuana.com Jack Tambo

      Hi,

      good pictures, thank you.

      They are almost ready. I’d wait another 3 days and then cut them.

      Stop giving fertiliser, if you still are.

      Good work!

      Jack

  • Craig Preston

    Hey is this alright need some advice

    • http://www.how-to-marijuana.com Jack Tambo

      I think you don’t have enough light.

      What lamp are you using?

  • John

    Soo..i have a bit of a problem. I took this last night from a field and planted it straight then , and justa watered it a bit , and this afternoon i woke up with this , it’s like dying sor of dry-out , can somebody tell me what have i done wrong , iv’e grown only once before this but that time it was a succes and ALSO grown from seed not like i did now , just transfer it , so yeah im waiting for answers thx.

    • http://www.how-to-marijuana.com Jack Tambo

      So you just took these from a filed and planted them here? Then something would have gone wrong while transplanting them.

      They don’t like being dug out (many roots get injured) . It is almost never a good idea. The root system under a plant is bigger than the plant itself, so you will always end up injured it while digging.

About Us

Hi, I am Jack Tambo.
I started growing weed 16 years ago at the age of 14,

Back then I did not use it though.

But it have kept growing ever since.

I am now all about showing you how to grow delicious Marijuana by yourself.

With inexpensive basic equipment, you can grow beautiful looking sticky stoney buds. And it is usually great fun.

If you like, please comment your questions or experiences or opinions on almost any page on this website. I am reading every comment personally.

Thank you for coming to SelfSupplyWeed!

Jack