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In collaboration with Kyle Kushman, one of cannabis’ most famous growers, Homegrown Cannabis Co. has produced a series of video lessons called A Beginner’s Guide. These lessons are easy-to-navigate and have accompanying articles to help you purchase any necessary equipment, select your seeds, set up your lights, and not run afoul of your local laws.

Blueberry x Jack Herer: Two icons combine for the best of both worlds—one’s a well-known pick-me-up, while the other is more relaxing for a balanced high.

Free lessons from a legendary grower

Blackberry Kush: A classic strain that produces pretty buds, tasty herb, and a soothing high.

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Feminized or regular plants are a great choice for planting earlier in the season, since they need about 12 hours of light every day to reach their full potential. Autoflowering plants are often a better choice lower light, sowing past the Summer Solstice or growing indoors. They can be easier to care for and keep a much lower profile, but you’re not going to get as much flower from them.