Growing At Home

So most of us smokers have run out of grass at an inopportune time, whether it be at a party or just at a time when a hoot would really hit the spot. It’s an annoying and empty feeling, and running out to the local dealer is an expensive trip.
If a personal crop is even remotely possible, then by all means run with it. With a little effort and a small investment, chances are the bag of grass will never be empty again.
Growing at home can be problematic, especially if it’s done in a city. Most people have a basement or crawl space to grow in. Keeping the smell down can be a real chore, as a nearly harvestable crop has a strong odor to it. To combat this, plant some geraniums around the house. They have an odor that compliments marijuana and covers the scent well.

Another thing to consider is power usage. A 1000 watt lamp on a timer causes a measurable variance in the local power grid. Keeping the grow operation to one 1000 watt lamp causes a safe draw of power – the local power company won’t pursue the variance. Adding another lamp or two will raise some eyebrows.
Keep the operation small and there won’t be problems. If a one lamp crop isn’t enough, make sure to separate the space for each crop and lamp and stagger the on/off cycle for each crop. Having more than one 1000 watt lamp turning on and off at the same time means trouble. Even if the on lamp only overlaps the on cycle of the other lamps by four hours, the extra draw in power won’t be noticed.
While there is always a risk in growing at home, if just a few small rules are adhered to there’ll be a crop on the horizon. Be careful and secretive and in eight weeks there’ll be a big bag or two of green to partake from.

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