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Do you have a strong desire to grow a garden but not able to start because of unavailability of space?
Don’t worry, if you don’t have enough backyard space, you can grow plants indoor.
Yes, it is possible. Growing plants indoor not only cleanses air of your house, but also enhances the
aesthetics of your house. And if you are thinking of growing vegetable, then this is more beneficial as it will provide you with organic food.
Plants usually don’t require much space. It can be grown with as little space as windowsill. Some people also use indoor space for growing some plants, which they will eventually transfer it to outdoor, upon arrival of spring.
However, there are several factors that needs consideration while growing plants indoor. When all these factors are in right condition, it ensures healthy growth of plants in the indoor garden. Five such key factors are mention below:
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Cheryl Shuman has run the Beverly Hills Cannabis Club for more than two decades, serving high-grade strands to A-list celebrities and throwing exclusive pot parties for the Hollywood elite. VICE met up with the self-made cannabis queen to tour her extensive weed farm, see how she runs her business, and hear how the drug helped her fight cancer.
Herban Planet & Sent into Space send 1 pound of marijuana into outer space for the first time in human history. YES, WE SENT WEED INTO SPACE! BELIEVE IT!! Visit herbanplanet.com today
“Like most cannabis, the hybrid strain of Thin Mint marijuana had high hopes of being inhaled, and not flushed down the toilet by a concerned mother. It was grown in Phoenix with the primarily positive intent of someday reducing anxiety or boosting Doritos sales. . . But the folks over at Herban Planet, a Scottsdale-based educational website for both marijuana businesses and consumers, had bigger plans for this particular strain of pot. Before landing in the hands of what could be a toked-out, incense-burning hipster, this bud would make history as the first pound of marijuana flower to be thrust 35 kilometers above Earth into space. . . The strain was aptly named ‘Space Weed Bro.'”