Additionally, once you start growing cannabis from seeds, you’ll have access to hundreds or even thousands of strains that you wouldn’t have been able to try before. Your local dispensary can’t carry everything, but you can find seeds for just about every strain imaginable. You can even get creative and start creating your own strains by cross-pollinating one strain with another. This takes a little more hard work and research, but once you’ve educated yourself on plant genetics, you can start attempting to breed a sativa strain that has all your favorite qualities.
Your crops might take a few weeks to grow, but once you’ve gotten started, you’ll never have to worry about running out of marijuana again. You can stagger your crops so you’ve always got a batch that’s ready to harvest while the other crops are growing. No more frantic online buying and late-night trips to the dispensary. You can supplement your stock with weed purchased from other sources, but when you’re running low, you’ll always have a fresh, natural batch waiting for you at home.
Finally, the start-up costs might seem expensive, but you can easily get a great deal on cannabis supplies. All you need to get started is soil, fertilizer, a light (if you’re growing indoors), and seeds. You might have most of these supplies lying around your house already. If not, it’s not hard to find discounted soil and fertilizer online or at your local feed store. Once you’ve got these supplies ready, it’s time to go online and start searching for some deals on pot seeds.