It’s officially springtime, which means it’s time for cannabis cultivators to gear up for the outdoor growing season.

While large farms generally get a jumpstart in February and March, there’s still plenty of time to get started on your backyard grow.

You won’t be able to sow your seeds or plant your clones until after the last frost of the season, but this doesn’t mean you should wait to get started.

From preparing your garden and tools to popping seeds, a lot can be done before your plants go into the ground. 

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Trevor Hennings ~ Leafly.com

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