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by Neal Brown . Updated: February 10, 2021

How to Grow Marijuana Safely

Because marijuana is not legal in all fifty states and is still considered a controlled substance at the federal level, safety should be your number-one priority. Whether you grow outdoors in the beautiful mountains of Colorado, or in a well-lit basement or bunker in Tennessee There are multiple issues with security, including the protection of your cannabis plants and keeping them hidden from prying eyes. This guide will help you learn how to keep yourself and plants safe when growing your American weed seeds.

Everyone Does Not Need to Know You Grow

One of the biggest mistakes new growers make is telling too many people about their crops. The fewer people that know you are growing marijuana, the less risk will be involved. There are many types of people that can cause problems for cannabis growers. Thinking proactively will help you to avoid prying eyes that could get you into trouble or lead to the theft of your precious crops. This is especially true if you are cultivating in an area that still has developing regulations like Georgia or Missouri.


Your neighbors are going to be the most significant danger. Many neighbors are naturally nosy, whether they are well-meaning or not. Marijuana has a heady aroma that is highly noticeable to most people. You must therefore be careful when choosing a grow space, and plan for ways to combat the odor.

Even indoor grow rooms can give off high aromas of marijuana, which can be transferred outside or through closed walls. Neighbors may alert the police, even if it is legal in your state, because they unfairly consider growing cannabis to be linked with criminal activity. No one wants to have to deal with the cops showing up unexpectedly at their home. Read on through to the end of this article for some great tips on proper ventilation and filtration of the air to keep the unwanted smells to a minimum.


The worst human threat you will deal with is those who steal. Most people know how valuable a cannabis crop is, and they will take advantage of your hard work and help themselves. Often, thieves destroy marijuana plants in the process of stealing, leaving nothing left. Growers do not only have to worry about strangers stealing their chronic. Many growers have become victims of people they once thought they could trust.


If you live in a part of the country that has legalized marijuana, you have nothing to worry about regarding the legalities. Growing in a state where marijuana is illegal is not recommended, but that is a risk each grower will have to determine for themselves.

Most police officers are not going to focus on busting small-time growers. They are after big growers who have an intent to sell. If you are only growing for personal use, the likelihood of you being arrested by the police is decreased. You certainly do not want to attempt to grow a large crop in a place where marijuana is illegal.

Nature Lovers

While not as significant a threat as nosy neighbors, nature lovers can prove problematic, especially if you attempt to plant your cannabis crops in a deserted area or the woods. You do not want unsuspecting people coming upon your weed crops and stealing them or reporting to the police.

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