Tropical climates can teach a lot about growing cannabis, both indoors and outdoors. Whether or not you like the heat and humidity of the region, your burgeoning cannabis plants love it.

In the fall of 2016, I left the gloomy Northwest for the warmer climate of the Virgin Islands.

Originally intending to work on a boat and sail around the Caribbean, I instead got involved in a work-exchange program and set up a self-sustaining farm.

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Pat Goggins ~ Leafly.com

 

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