America’s Internal Economic Refugees Turn to Agriculture to Survive

Pot is a new cottage industry across the United States.

I know this because a significant amount of search terms that land on this blog are for things like “how to grow pot” and a lot of them are clearly newbies “sexing cannabis” .  Most medium sized U.S. cities have at least one “hydroponic” garden store and many have several.  Most of the customers of these stores are not growing hydroponic tomatoes, though of course it is possible to do so.  It is clear to me that ordinary people of ordinary intelligence who have no prospect of employment but never the less are still expected to pay for items like food, electricity, water, rent , transportation and doctor’s bills or even their mortgage, have made the rational decision to grow some marijuana.  Though some of them will fail, enough of them will succeed to form a new consensus across society that the use of cannabis sativa (and its cultivars) is socially acceptable and economically beneficial to small farmers.

I am sure that there are plenty of honest people in law enforcement right now who have sons or daughters or moms or pops or neices……the list goes on who they know to  be growing pot, it is a matter of survival, of paying the mortgage on an upside down home.  There has to be some humanity shown somewhere.

Adding to the above is the weight of the Baby Boomer generation, where word is rapidly spreading among people like me who have found the relief that this wonderful herb can give us.

Change is in the air, you can smell it.

have a peaceful day,


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2 Responses to “America’s Internal Economic Refugees Turn to Agriculture to Survive”

  1. Says:

    There will be many who get busted……………………….it’s still against the law and they still put people in jail, they still put people in jail for moonshine.

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