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Growing marijuana, for the first time, need not be challenging. If you are unsure or have questions, you have people from all over the country who could give you valuable tips. Not only that, but Homegrown Cannabis Co. also has expert cultivators who could guide you. All you have to do is find the appropriate category and ask questions. You could also learn so much more from the experiences of other people.


Not everyone has the luxury of growing marijuana outdoors. But that is not the only reason why you take it indoors. Inside the house, you have absolute control over all the environmental conditions. If you think that is too much of a responsibility, then maybe it is. And, that is why this section exists. It is here for you to find out everything you can about what your plants need. Having the ability to manipulate all the factors relating to growth means you can make them grow the way you want them to.


Growing marijuana outdoors has numerous perks. For one, it is its natural environment for thousands of years. As for you, it is cost-effective, and those plants, grown in ideal conditions, can give you everything you hope for, and then more. All you have to do is to make sure that happens. If that is proving to be a challenge, then this is where you can find all the help you need to get the job done.


You could think of growing hydroponically as removing a third-party, one that acts as an intermediary between nutrients, water, oxygen, and the plants. By feeding nutrients directly, your plants will have everything it needs to grow explosively, massively producing dense buds. Hydroponics, though, is a broad field, and options are diverse. To help you sort through the different growing systems, and whatever else is entailed, this section is provided to help you breeze through them.


In hydroponics, you add nutrients in the water and are subsequently absorbed by the roots. Aquaponics is similar in the sense that you still feed the plants directly. A fundamental difference is that it uses nature to mimic a natural ecosystem. This system involves growing fishes in a tank. Its excrements feed bacteria, which in turn converts it into ready-to-use nutrients for the plants. If you have a question or two, fire them away.

Soil Building

The importance of soil is not that it only serves as an anchor for the roots, keeping the whole plant upright. It is not only a container for nutrients, water, and oxygen molecules. Equally important is that it serves as a home for beneficial organisms. They are responsible for breaking down plant waste byproducts, converting them into usable nutrients. In this section, you can seek answers to anything related to minerals, enzymes, and others.

Plant Care

Caring for the plants is more than merely adding fertilizers or watering. At any given time, the atmospheric conditions and other factors affecting growth need to be perfect. At any given time, though, something may come up - a disease or some pest infestation. Other problems - like temperature, humidity, pH - could strike. All these causes undue stress on the plants, hindering growth. If you do run into a wall, then you can leave questions here and have other people help you solve whatever is thrown your way.


Homegrown Diaries is a unique platform exclusively for customers of Homegrown Cannabis Co. It affords cannabis cultivators the ability to document and track their grow cycle from start to finish, factoring in elements such as strain, grow room type, grow medium, light type and start date. Furthermore it is also a digital space for growers across the country to share their experiences and learn from the experiences of other growers.

Microbes, Funghi & Bacteria

The root-soil food web is critical to a healthy soil ecosystem. The trick is to make sure that it is teeming with beneficial bacteria and fungi. Some of them are responsible for breaking down plant and animal wastes, converting them into usable nutrients. Others perform other essential functions. What you do not want to happen is for them to die for one reason or the other. In some cases, you may have to introduce them to your garden. Whatever questions you have, ask away here and learn from other growers and horticultural experts.


Marijuana, for all the stereotypes, is not only for recreational use. This much-maligned plant has suffered a century of persecution. Yet, through it all, it has continued to endure. Much of it is due to this species having numerous science-backed medicinal properties. Some of these are unfounded, while others showed outstanding potential. Do you want to talk about it? This is the right place.

Homegrown Cannabis Co Strains

At its core, growing marijuana regardless of the species, is the same. They need light, water, nutrients, among others. But there are nuances, too. Sativa plants are usually taller than Indica, for example, and they have longer flowering times. But the devil is in the detail, and so, individual strains may have specific needs. Here, in this section, determine what techniques you could use to coax the most out of a particular strain, helping it attain its full potential.

Growing Live

Growing Live is an opportunity to ask growing questions to Kyle Kushman and Homegrown’s very own Parker. Each hour-long live stream will be packed full of cultivation tips and provide with you all the information you need to succeed in your growing adventure.