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“Similar to a pool cleaning service, we will come to your house and do all the gardening and you just sit back and enjoy the benefits,” says Schettino.

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The passage of the Smart and Safe Act (Arizona Proposition 207) not only made the use of recreational marijuana legal in Arizona, but also, residents are now allowed to grow and harvest for personal use up to 12 marijuana plants per household.

Arizona residents can purchase a complete Outdoor Grow Hut kit that includes premium organic super soil, seeds from a third party partner ( http://www.marijuanaseedconnect.com/ ), planter pots, and a watering system.

Because marijuana legalization is a national trend, the company also provides complete Outdoor Grow Hut kits, less the premium organic super soil, for easy nation-wide shipping.

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Grow tents also let you easily set up a perpetual harvest. This grower (Manzfoo) keeps young plants in the purple LED tent, and older plants in the yellow HPS tent. As soon as he harvests the big plants, he rotates in the young ones and starts a new batch. This lets him harvest every 2 months or so!

$60) – I love the CoolGrows branded tents. I’ve tried them in a few different sizes and they are generally higher quality (better zippers, more sturdy) and yet cost less than other “generic” tents. I just wish they offered the 2’x4’x6′ size.

The best way to hang your grow light is using rope ratchets if you can; they are cheap and easy to set up. Rope ratchets make it incredibly simple to adjust your lights at any time without the chance of dropping the light on your plants. Sometimes it’s helpful to be able to quickly put lights up or down, whether you want better access to the back of the tent without the light beaming on your head, or even just to take better pictures of your plants. Make sure whatever you use to secure the lights (rope ratchets!) can handle at least twice te amount of your light just to be safe!