I can grow corn, but cannabis is a different story

I am a fifth generation farmer.

My family has been in the farming business, ever since the 1700’s.

My Mom and Dad ran a successful farm for 40 years, before they retired and gave it to me and my sister. My parents had thousands of ccres, and we grew potatoes, corn, squash, and watermelons. When my mom and dad retired, they purchased a thousand acres next to our East fence. I thought they were going to plant more corn, but they had something different in mind. When they retired, they gave us the land lease and a book on marijuana farming. It was a giant encyclopedia full of information of marijuana farming and horticulture. The thing is enormous, but it will come in handy as a great desk reference guide. I thought my sister was going to faint, and I was really surprised too. I thought my mom and dad were joking, but they were very serious. They already had a soil test performed on the land, and they applied for the necessary permits. My mom and dad told us the land was our future, and our future was going to be in marijuana farming. I don’t know anything at all about marijuana farming, and neither does my sister. I’m also going to attend a pot farmers convention in April. I should learn a lot from that experience. We have a lot of work to do before we can even think about planting the first seed. I never thought my parents would give us such a huge surprise. I think it will be a great adventure.

 

 

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