When federal cannabis legalization comes into effect some time this summer, individuals will be allowed to grow up to four plants for personal use. In the meantime, Shawn Dolter — owner of the Greenhouse in Little Rapids — is fielding a lot of questions from curious, and somewhat sheepish, would-be small-scale pot farmers.
“We’re all about do-it-yourself,” Dolter told the Corner Brook Morning Show.
“Basically, we want to make sure that they can grow the best plant possible in their own home environment.”
At the Greenhouse, a model setup for DIY pot growing — demonstrated with tomato plants, ahead of legalization — gives customers an idea of what it takes to successfully grow those one-to-four plants at home.
There are heat pads or sheets that provide some warmth to help those seeds germinate. The trays are greenhouse kits for starting seeds — the kind you might use to get a head start on your summer