While growing indoors was an option, instead, I wanted to take advantage of my sunny southern California weather by growing on my apartment balcony. Not only could I use an underutilized space (my balcony was just collecting dust), but also save money on electricity. However, as I started my grow journey I learned the importance of maximizing sunlight while growing on a balcony.
For home growers, especially beginners, having a space to dry your weed is something you need to think about. To increase your chances of yielding a successful batch of smokable ganja, you want to consider a few basic items to take into consideration when setting up your room to dry your marijuana. This article will only cover the basics of what to look for in your drying room and nothing else. In future articles, we will discuss the curing and monitoring the process of drying your weed and how it can affect the quality of your weed. For now, check out this great Leafly article.