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Growing cannabis at home should be fun, cheap, and rewarding. We designed our growing system to be used by beginners or seasoned green thumbs who want to try growing naturally in our super soil.

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Our kits are ideal for growing indoors or out, just add water, seed, and sun. Collectively we have taught thousands of people how to successfully harvest their own medical cannabis at home.

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Outdoor marijuana grow box

Having studied soil for more than 20 years, we looked over the landscape and realized that to grow the best, you needed to have the best. Dr. Dank’s Premium Organic Super Soil contains all the organic nutrients and vitamins your weed needs, plus, we put a little somethin’ somethin’ on the end!

You’re not Aunt Betsy who’s growing prize tomatoes for the State Fair! You’re looking to grow the most aromatic and delicious herb!

We partner with a recognized seed source in the industry, Marijuana Seed Connect. Your outdoor marijuana grow house kit will come with a 6 or 12 seed credit. You can choose from our variety of auto flowers that grow within 90 days or full-term seeds that produce bigger plants but require more time.

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Our watering system contains a programmed timer that connects to your garden hose to keep these thirsty plants hydrated.

After my seed selection, we went to check progress of the build and to my surprise, the crew already had the structure completely assembled! Dante jumped in and the three of them placed the pots, added the soil, and installed the irrigation lines, water filter, and timer. They tested the irrigation system, provided a combination padlock, and even used touch up paint to cover any scratches on the panels from transit!!

Dante and his crew arrived (early) and confirmed my desired location would work. The Grow House requires a flat surface and they leveled one corner of the footprint.

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I placed my deposit down a couple hours later. Dante confirmed its receipt and let me know he was working with his production crew that same day to get my grow house started.

If people want to clone their own plants, he recommended they plant multiple seeds at once, label each plant, and take a cutting from each one before they flower. People can then grow the cutting from whichever plant yields the best harvest.

But like growing any plant, it can be easy to overthink it, he said.

He recommended adding mulch to keep the soil cool. For a pot, the bigger the better for creating a buffering zone — five gallons is a good minimum, he said. Putting the pot in another pot or putting some sort of insulation barrier around it can also prevent the pot from directly baking in the sun.

What’s the easiest cannabis strain to grow for beginners?

Wylie suggested first-time growers start with a hybrid strain and stay away from strains that have OG in the name or are labeled “exotic,” which tend to be finicky. Popular 50/50 hybrid Blue Dream, for example, is a resilient plant that can take higher and lower temperatures, he said.

Some people use grow tents, which look like black boxes, but cannabis can really be grown most places as long as people are able to adapt to the environment, Sundberg said.

How many cannabis plants can I grow?

The Arizona Republic asked two experts to share their tips for beginners: Noah Wylie, master grower at The Mint Dispensary based in the East Valley, and Josh Sundberg, farmer and co-owner of Community Roots AZ in Cornville, southwest of Sedona.

Wylie said most people will likely grow indoors, in a closet or garage, for example. About 75 degrees, more or less, is an optimal temperature, he said. In a small space with stagnant air, he suggested using a fan to move air in and out. A beginner can start in a closet with a 100-watt grow light and oscillating desk fan, and it’s enough to get going, he said.