Green Grow Farms offers a premium concierge service. We will grow your plants for you – from seed to harvest. Place your order and in three months, you’ll have quality cannabis for your personal use.
There are so many reasons to grow your own cannabis, now that it`s legal to grow up to 4 plants per household. For one, it can be a very gratifying experience to know you grew your cannabis yourself. You won’t have to suffer as a result of the recent shortages. You can rest assured knowing your cannabis isn’t cut with dangerous chemicals such as pesticides, Fentanyl and rat poison, which was to blame for several deaths last year. And, it’s a well known fact that homegrown cannabis is some of the highest quality available.
But there are also numerous problems with growing your own. It’s a big commitment! Cannabis is known for being a very fussy, high-maintenance plant that requires the right combination of moisture, light and nutrients to thrive. Then there’s the issue of smell, mold and neighbour complaints. Let’s not forget the fire hazard resulting from heat generated by lighting that is not properly ventilated – a big problem for the novice grower. If you have children or pets, accidental ingestion could result in a trip to the emergency, or worse. Theft is also a serious problem, especially if you entertain often, grow your plants outdoors or have socially active teenagers at home. If you rent or live in a condo, you will have to check the rules as The Canadian Federation of Apartment Associations is asking the federal government to prohibit all marijuana growing in rented dwellings. Then there is the issue of cost: expect to spend between $2,000 – $3,000 for your micro-grow set up. That’s fine if you actually grow to harvest and then repeat the process. But if you end up like many first time home growers – with nothing to show but dead, wilted, moldy plants and a huge mess – it may not be a good idea at all.
But before you decide to forget about growing your own cannabis, there is a solution: You can legally trust the care of your personal plants to an expert. Green Grow Farms is that expert. This innovative Canadian company is preparing to disrupt the cannabis industry. The land has been purchased and Green Grow Farms is presently set to break ground in April 2020 to build a 65,000 square foot secure, state-of-the-art horticultural facility on 13 beautiful acres in southern Ontario. This building will be composed of individual “Green Suites”, which can be leased by you as a home away from home for your cannabis plants.
You hold the lease. You can sell it, transfer it, even will it! And the savings are significant: each Green Suite is 5’ x 5’ x 8’ and can grow up to four cannabis plants, three times a year. This works out to 12 plants a year. Even with a moderate yield of half a pound per plant, that’s up to six pounds per year. At a legal dispensary that would cost $27,000 plus tax.
Green Suites by Green Grow Farms offer a safe, secure, reliable home away from home for your four cannabis plants. And it’s a “hands off/eyes on” approach. The concept is similar to a “make your own wine” or “brew your own beer” facility. You could even think of it as a boarding home for your plants –.just like the facilities where your pets stay while you vacation. Experts do all the growing and maintenance for your plants 24/7 while you sit back, relax, dream of good times to come, and watch your plants grow! Every Green Suite is equipped with a live 24/7 camera feed so you can view your plants any time you want.
Grow in a Green Suite and not only do you get top quality premium cannabis, you also save your dwelling or property from all the potential problems.
If you are interested in finding out more, visit our contact form and send us a note. An expert will contact you and explain the process. As can be expected, demand is great. Green Grow Farms expects to sell out of their first offering very soon, based on pre-launch interest. Those who don’t get in on the first opportunity will have to wait at least a year or longer before the next farm is operational.