A person with real cannabis experience would actually have some outstanding advice for growing better weed
Joseph was interested in growing his own weed at home. None of us understood where this idea came from, but Joseph thought that it would be easy. He equated the experience to the growth of any other weed in a farm and assumed that it would thrive the same way. The assumption that it would grow all by itself, just like other weeds: He told me that I knew he was wrong but didn’t want to burst his bubble because of the excitement he had. If he wanted to try his hand with pot plants, then why not? Last weekend was time for his first harvest, and Joseph was so excited. He invited me to come over and get high with him. I brought a bottle of whiskey, and a sack of OG Kush just in case, and drove to see him. He presented his grand harvest of marjuana, which was at least a pound, maybe more, and right away I spotted how stemmy and seedy nature knew something was wrong as this is never seen in the strains of the cannabis dispensary. To console him, we shared the OG Kush I brought and explained to him that he should talk to an expert. But like his old self, Joseph said he had watcheds all the Youtube videos he could. However I insisted that he needed a real expert, like the professionals at the local cannabis dispensary. A person with real cannabis experience would actually have some outstanding advice for growing better weed. I hope he takes my advice, but I suspect he may quit growing cannabis altogether. It takes time, effort, and money to succeed at growing good cannabis, so maybe he should just buy it like we do.