Growing your own weed can be a rocky road but if you have the time and the patience for it, then you will need to take into account several aspects:
– Choose your seeds well. From relaxing to energizing, from creativity inducing to cancer pain relieving there is no shortage of the types of seeds one can choose
from. Choose yours accordingly to what you are trying to achieve.
2 – Find somewhere appropriate with enough light. Whether outdoors or indoors your seeds will need, at the very least, 6 hours of continuous light exposure (natural or artificial).
3 – Germinate your seeds before planting them. You can do this by popping them in a cup of warm water and leave them in a dark place from 1 to 3 days (until you see a sprout).
4 – Plant the germinated seed in unfertilized soil by digging a not
very deep hole and covering it up. Keep the soil moist at all times.
5 – Provide fresh moving air in the surrounding area. You can do this
with a simple fan.
6 - Transfer the sprout to fertilized soil (as the stronger seed won't
be harmed by it anymore).
7 – Make sure the temperature around the plant is constantly around
the 67 degrees (Fahrenheit) mark.
8 – Watch it grow from 8 to 16 weeks. Your plant should be ready to be harvested when most of the “hairs” on it turn from white to red.
Of course, it goes without saying that marijuana must be legal to grow in your state/country, otherwise none of the above is advisable!