We should all be able to grow what we want to grow in the comfort and safety of our own homes.
Growing plants uses energy, but it provides way more benefits than one might initially think. Having fresh herbs always at hand will up your cooking-game one-thousand-fold. Sharing stories of the ups and downs of cultivating a living organism, from a seed to your table, will have your friends and family thinking you’re some kind of Shaolin monk.
Whether you are exploring a home-grown health drink, a way to incorporate vegetables into your diet, or a way to make a little cash by selling tomatoes: you can grow anywhere! Modern technology has made indoor micro-grows not just feasible, but also fun. Sure, you have to learn how to pay attention to details, learn to use your intuition, ease into a disicplined daily routine — none of that is without some level of willpower. You have to want to cultivate your plants. You have to keep the goal in mind, at every stage of every grow cycle, that you will make this seed into a product that will benefit your life.
The sweet taste of home-grown.
You’ve heard of microbrewing, but the micro-grow culture has not yet caught on (especially in the marijuana-prohibition midwest). Much of micro-grow technology and technique was developed for use in illegal cannabis grows. Cannabis is relatively easy to grow indoors and can be a dangerous way for an ideological libertarian to make some cash (unless you’re in a legal state, where indoor grows can be a legitimate way for all libertarians to make cash).
Stay tuned to Stealthponics, while we piece together the micro-grow alliance, beginning in St. Francois County, Prohibition Missouri, 2016.