After I graduated with a 4-year degree in horticulture, I was not ready to beginning a career yet… There was so much more I wanted to learn, beyond the confines of the state university.
The college was excellent, I’m not disparaging it, as well as yet I found it really limiting.
This was a few years ago, as well as legal cannabis was only available in a few states; I knew this was the future, so I wanted to keep studying the marijuana plant, my quest for knowledge eventually led me here to one of the fantastic hotspots for cannabis cultivation, the neighborhood of Albuquerque, NM, however some of the greatest as well as most innovative minds in the history of American cannabis call Albuquerque home. If I wanted to be the best I needed to learn from the best, so I also decided to make Albuquerque my home. I didn’t apply for a task at a cannabis dispensary, because selling weed wasn’t my goal. I found the dealer owners of Albuquerque as well as followed them to their cannabis grow operations. I wanted to study from them, to learn more about the best cannabis strains, however ultimately I wanted to beginning my own farm, however eventually this would mean leaving Albuquerque, however for the next few years I was determined to use this neighborhood as my version of Grad School. So far it’s been a lot more hard than expected, because the cannabis industry in Albuquerque is really tight-knit, as well as they don’t like outsiders who ask a lot of questions. I won’t quit, I will keep trying to make it toil in Albuquerque.