huge amounts of capital, and experienced qualified staff, including an environmental engineer and an experienced agricultural biologist to design the setup,
The kids next door got their information off one of many sites available on the internet.
Simple step by step instructions.
They used soil from their mulch pile mixed with some vermiculite and perlite to keep the soil fluffy and put it in five gallon plastic buckets with six 3/4" holes drilled in the bottom for drainage.
They bought two 1000 watt high pressure sodium lights ($350 each) and put them in the back shed.
Then got a couple of premo cuttings (clones) from their buddy so they knew they would get all high quality female plants so as not to waste time or room.
It's very easy to grow as it is just a weed.
2) Just to have a supply of pot. Unfortunately, small-scale indoor operations are never economically feasible,
It takes just three months from start to finish to grow weed.
You can easily grow a kilo under one light or 4 kilos per year and with two lights double that to 8 kilos per year.
Anyone know what 8000 grams would fetch on the street in Poland at 5$ per gram ?
I would say that is economically feasible.
3) The suppliers know full well that it is not economically feasible,
Initial cost of lights then the electric bill and good organic fertilizer from Holland.
40,000$ zloty per year for a part time job is not feasible ?
Now for the kicker question: What is the EXACT consequences if you did get caught growing weed in Poland ?
How much is your freedom worth ?
Should Poland maybe consider legalizing use and growing like many other countries have ?
Would Poland's #1 agricultural export to Russia go from apples to weed by ten fold ?
Could the small rural farmers get a piece of the pie too ?
Would this attract foreign tourist to be able to legally indulge in a self inflicted adult drug besides alcohol ?
Would this create a billion dollar tax base for Poland like it has for the State of Colorado in the United States ?