1. It Saves You Money

Let’s face it, marijuana can be expensive. Especially if you start getting into higher THC strains. If you are supporting a heavy habit, that will cost you a substantial amount of money. One of the best ways to cut the cost of your cannabis is to grow your own. There is an up-front cost to growing your own cannabis. Soil, containers, seeds, fertilizers, and pest control management solutions are not free. 


Once you get over this cost, the cost goes down exponentially. Not only that, but you can get a very large return on your initial cost. So maybe start with one or two plants and work your way up. This will spread the initial cost out over time. 

  1. It’s Easier than You Think

You can’t wake up one day and have a full plant in your backyard. Just because there is some work involved, doesn’t mean that it is impossible either. Growing your own marijuana is easier than you might think. There are so many different ways to grow marijuana these days, that you can tailor a grow plan to your own environment. Couple that with the amount of information available to you, and growing your own cannabis should be relatively easy. Some strains require more work, as do some processes, so there is some research and work involved. 

  1. Abundance