In November 2017 hemp foods became legalised in Australia. This week we chat to Georgia Branch, co-founder of Hemple (@myhemple) a hemp food company that's leading the way for this new category. We ask Georgia all of those questions about the difference between hemp and cannabis as well as the challenges faced in branding something that's so new to market and comes with a level of stigma attached. Is this just another health food fad in Australia? What are the real benefits of hemp products and how ethical is the farming process? We delve into this and more on this episode of Maker & Creator. #culture#cannabis#hemp#podcast#creativity
Indoor vs. Outdoor? Both have their advantages and disadvantages, It´s important to identify what your intentions and capabilities are of growing marijuana and thereby choose consciously which option is better for you. If everyone in the world was growing marijuana indoors, there would be a tremendous amount of electric energy being sucked out of the grid. It just seems to be a little bit ironic to be damaging nature to grow a plant that was a gift from nature! There is honestly not better food for your marijuana plant than natural sunlight, no matter how advanced technology becomes. However, growing indoors has its benefits too. Using a fixed indoor environment to experiment with growing different strains or mixing strains is appropriate and perhaps even necessary. However, once this stage has been passed, there is no reason why you should not expose your plant to the outdoor elements. This is, after all, where the marijuana plant thrives. There is nothing to say that an indoor plant is going to be more powerful than an outdoor plant. Both have the potential to be terrible plants if they are not looked after well. The difference lies in the right genetics of seeds chosen and the attention that is paid by the grower, and how much they love growing marijuana!
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