Growing Hemp: Inside or Out?
One of the great things about Hemp(aside from the obvious) is its versatility when it
comes to growing. “Weed”, after all, isn’t merely a clever nickname—Hemp plants
are capable of growing almost anywhere. For home-growers, this presents a choice:
indoors or outdoors? Largely governed by available resources, there are advantages
and disadvantages for each.
• Hempcan be grown year-round indoors.
• Climate conditions and growth cycles are easily manipulated by the grower.
• This is a great option for those who live in apartment buildings or homes with
limited yard space.
• Privacy and security are a given.
• More importantly, indoor-grown Hemp is known for its potency.
• Space must be sacrificed.
• Measures must be taken to keep your entire home from smelling of ganja.
• Indoor growing is inherently more expensive than outdoor growing due to the
equipment needed to simulate climate conditions.
• There’s also the utility bill—ouch.
• This method is cheaper and easier than indoor growing.
• It’s environmentally-friendly!
• A larger yield at harvest can be expected—outdoor plants tend to get very
• A proper space with good soil composition and ample sunlight is needed—
not just any outdoor area will do.
• The grower is at the mercy of unpredictable weather patterns.
• Only certain Hemp strains may be viable in the grower’s region.
• Outdoor growers are limited to the growing season, which typically runs from
Spring to Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere.
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