How to Grow Marijuana in a Small Space
Growing cannabis indoors in a home is the next big step towards marijuana legalization in the United States, but there are a few key challenges ahead.
Home cultivation is a risky business.
Unlike indoor growing, home cultivation of cannabis requires a lot of investment and training.
The only way to produce a high-quality product is to invest a lot in equipment and the space to cultivate it.
This requires a significant investment of time and energy, which is a large amount of money in itself.
The same applies to the cannabis plants themselves, which require much more time and effort to grow and maintain.
Also, the time required to harvest and process the cannabis leaves and buds is quite long.
Home growers will have to be careful about the environment.
Home growing can be difficult for people with health conditions that limit their mobility.
In fact, one study showed that only 4% of cannabis users in Colorado experienced cannabis-related injury.
These patients tend to have more mobility issues, which make them more prone to falls and accidents.
They also have lower incomes and a much lower life expectancy, which can make home growing more expensive.
Home-grown cannabis is also more risky than indoor growing because you can’t count on air quality to be a good thing.
If you don’t have the resources to pay for air quality testing and certification, then it can be even more risky.
The legal cannabis market in the US is small.
According to a 2016 report by the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA), the legal cannabis industry is estimated to be worth $11 billion, but this number may be inflated because of the fact that cannabis is illegal in many states.
Even if the legal market for cannabis is much larger than the legal industry, it still isn’t enough to support the millions of Americans who use cannabis.
The NCIA estimates that there are currently about 1.5 million people in the U.S. who use medical cannabis, but many states are still considering legalizing cannabis for recreational use.
With the legal weed market still relatively small, the number of people who will be using cannabis in the future will depend largely on how much demand there is for it.