In addition to many plants, a biologist, a proper watering system and tons of soil, you will need a solid team of trustworthy individuals to make your marijuana growing experience profitable.
It is obvious that any good business requires great employees. The marijuana growing business is no exception. In many cases, individuals will come to work on a pot farm for a certain amount of time to pick up some extra cash while traveling or in between jobs. At the end of the season, they will harvest their hard work, collect their cash, and move on to their next destination. A lot of these workers will not return to the farm for the following season, but sometimes, they stay for a while. These are the workers you want to take care of. The people who return to the farm are a valuable asset to your marijuana growing business. These are the people who know all about the previous years harvest, and what (or what not to do) this year. These people return because they see a future in the marijusna growing business, or they have developed a desire to learn more about growing pot. Either way, they are the ones to keep happy. These people are good for recruiting new trimmers because they know how the process goes. While conducting interviews, they can ask specific questions to determine if a candidate would be a valuable part of the team.