Cannabis Medical Patients

Chicago craft growers with jars
Why buy when you can grow?

With the first year of medical patient cultivation coming to an end, why are you not growing your own cannabis yet? As of January 1, 2020, registered medical patients in Chicago are allowed to cultivate up to five plants for medical use. Medical patients complain about Chicago dispensaries not having the best cannabis quality, taxing too much for all products, or simply inconvenienced by having to leave their homes during this second wave of Covid-19. If you have your medical card, have a space of at least 2 x 2, and the willingness to learn, check out Chicago Hydro for more information on how to get started on your home setup today!

Chicago Hydro does things a bit different. We specialize in hydroponics, the method of growing without the use of soil. This can take some time to wrap your mind around, which is why I started a YouTube channel where I demonstrate the day to day of maintaining a hydroponic setup. I enjoy reading the comments with different opinions than my own because it gives me a different perspective on how I train my plants. Chicago hydroponics is rapidly growing and I am here to help teach the new wave of growers along the way.

To be connected to the Chicago grow community make sure to follow our social links below. I post weekly updates on YouTube, do live training on Instagram, and plan events in the city of Chicago through Facebook! Looking forward to seeing you at one of our next events!

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