When you decide to grow marijuana you really need to research the environment it needs for the best product. If you think that you can just put it in a garden out back and it will grow, you may be sorely disappointed at the results. Marijuana needs a steady supply of light, water and humidity to thrive. It is best grown in a temperature range of 65 to 75 degrees therefore a greenhouse setting may be best. Didn’t you ever wonder why people grow it in their basements? The environment is easily controlled in this area because you can purchase lighting that gives off the same raise as sunlight and you can easily control the temperature in the room as well as the soil content. In larger marijuana farming operations much of the plants are grown hydroponically, which means they don’t have soil at all and every aspect of the water is monitored to ensure the plant is healthy. These large marijuana Farms also control the air conditions such as humidity and oxygen levels to make sure that the plant will flourish and they will get the best product possible out of each one of them. These are all things to consider before deciding that you want to grow marijuana on your own. You also need to check with your local government to see if there are any restrictions on the amount that you are able to have on your property. In some cases you may want to just leave it up to the professional farmers and purchase quality marijuana from them instead.