I tried growing my own cannabis

I tried my hand at cultivating marijuana, and I suck at it, so I should just leave it to the professionals

I tried to save money, but it did not work out. I have learned a valuable lesson from all of this, which is to let the professionals do what they do best. I thought that if I started to grow my own pot plants, it would save me a ton of money and give me an endless amount of quality smoke. This was wrong in every possible way, and what’s worse I had to invest a bunch of money into the right gear to even try. If I didn’t have all this extra time due to being laid off through the entire quarantine, I never would have tried it. When I started the cannabis dispensary was closed, and I had no idea how long that would last. They ended up being able to take online orders for delivery and pick-up within a few months, so I got some of the gear I needed through the cannabis dispensary. The results were sub-par to say the least, and the marijuana I unmanaged to grow was sickly, weak, and didn’t get me high in the slightest. Now I am sitting on a bunch of grow gear I can’t use, and just ordering my cannabis from the dispensary instead. I tried my hand at cultivating marijuana, and I suck at it, so I should just leave it to the professionals. It costs more money, but I guess that means cannabis is just like everything else, and to get the best you have to pay a premium. Saving money sometimes means you have to sacrifice quality.

 

Blue dream