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Grow Consultations - Patients Only


Hands on training in hydro and soil covering all aspects of growing from cloning/propagation to vegetation to bloom and also includes harvesting (trimming, drying and curing). You will also learn how to make the most of your trimmings.  For inquiries, contact us.

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*requires taking Comprehensive Workshop or proficiency test

 

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Grow Workshops Advanced Workshops Grow build-outs and consultation
 


 

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Due to irreparable damage from the Raid on on the private collective, we are also closing down...

We may however, consider classes or grow opportunities in the future. 

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