Grown At Home: A Community Blog

Micro Growing: Pt.2- Growth and Training

Andrew de SenaAug 8, '19

This is Part 2 of Micro Growing - a multi part series exploring experimental techniques in home grows. This post shows the growth and training of a Blue Cheese plant between March and August, 2019.

Micro Growing: Pt.1 - Background and Inspiration

Andrew de SenaAug 8, '19

This is Part 1 of Micro Growing - a multi part series exploring experimental techniques in home grows. This post explains the background and inspiration behind this series.

Grow Tent Kits: Keep It Simple!

Jesse WilliamsJul 28, '19

How to choose your Grow Tent Kit What size tent are you looking for? Are you a beginner? Start small, 2'x 2' - 2' x 4' should do the trick and as you grow your skills these smaller grow tents make great drying and clone/mother tents. How many plants do...

Grow Your Own Cannabis At Home

Jesse WilliamsJul 14, '19

Growing your own marijuana at home is easier than you think. I’m no expert, so if I can do it, you can do it! Yeah, I know you’ve heard that before but in this case it’s true. The hardest part of growing I thought would be the care of the plants. That’s actually the easy part! The hardest part was knowing what to purchase to start my grow. What do I need? What size this, what color that… well here it is for you: your simplified shopping list.

Why We Exist

Andrew de SenaJul 8, '19

Naturally, we began looking at equipment, and ran into complications we didn’t anticipate. One thing is certain: lots of people are talking about their experiences online. The internet is great for the preservation and access of information, but this also creates a cloud of noise, which now requires thorough analysis to find clarity in what will work for any given application.