While many states in America are clear with laws covering the possession and cultivation of marijuana, understanding them here is slightly more confusing. It’s fair to say you cannot legally buy marijuana seeds in South Carolina in any orthodox retail outlets, however that doesn’t stop people buying marijuana seeds in South Carolina online, and while cultivating marijuana for recreational purposes is prohibited, growing medical marijuana for personal use, may be permitted in small amounts.
If you are considering growing marijuana in South Carolina, we suggest cultivating a few high quality plants for personal use only, to remain on the better side of any future punishments, should you be caught. Chronic pain, insomnia, eating disorders and many more ailments and illnesses can be alleviated with the use of marijuana, and although still illegal, the use of medical marijuana for certain afflictions has proven to be a successful defense for some people. Secrecy equals security, tell no-one of your plans or show them your growing operation, either indoors or outside. They used to say loose tongues cost lives, when it comes to marijuana, loose talk costs harvests!
South Carolina isn’t one of the biggest states, covering an area of approximately thirty-two thousand square miles, but it does have plenty of rural areas in which to grow marijuana outdoors throughout the long growing season the state enjoys. Ambient temperatures and long hours of daily sunshine provide the perfect climate for growing marijuana in South Carolina, and with the slower onset of Winter, and warmer night-time temperatures compared to many states, a complete selection of Indica, Sativa and hybrid marijuana seeds can be planted and successfully cultivated through to complete maturity, before the night air becomes too cold and damp for flowering to continue.
It is often said that well-grown indoor marijuana plants produce the best, most potent buds, when grown correctly. This is due to a greater degree of control over the plant’s environment in most cases, ensuring the temperature remains within set parameters, the humidity is reduced, and the plants receiving a set, twelve hours of darkness every night. Grown outdoors, these factors are in the hands of nature, changing the temperature, altering the humidity and in South Carolina, reducing the daylight hours slowly as Fall approaches. All of these factors produce changes in the plant, and although indoor grown marijuana plants may well produce the highest quality buds, the biggest, heaviest harvests achieved per seed, are usually when they are grown outdoors, over an entire season, often resulting in kilo’s, rather than ounces of buds.