Cannabis Culture and Community: Harvest Special Pt. 4
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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I don’t know if we cultivate cannabis, or cannabis cultivates us.
Another harvest has come. Soon, it will be over. Unless you’re an indoor grower, you have some time until planting season.
One thing that is overlooked during harvest season is the community and cannabis culture that develops from the entire group coming together around one plant. Cannabis connects us together as humans, but there is also an unspoken connection that we have with cannabis.
Cannabis culture and community
Whether it’s through sitting around the trim table together or just enjoying cannabis frequently with friends, the cannabis culture that has developed from these connections is a beautiful thing. Movies, TV shows, radio shows and more have also helped to bring cannabis into the mainstream.
Stoner comedies, informative documentaries, news series, and more have all helped propel cannabis into the spotlight. But it’s the regular enthusiasts like you and I that really helped build up — and continue to build — the cannabis culture we enjoy today.
Harvest season is the reason
It might not be the reason, but it’s definitely one of them. Getting the whole gang together to trim up your big harvest is a great way to connect, talk about the growing season, changes to be made, etc. And let’s be real, you’re blazing up the whole time you’re trimming ‘cus that shit sucks, especially if you’re trimming by hand.
I hope that you’ve been enjoying these Harvest Specials as much as I have enjoyed sharing some harvest knowledge with you. It may not be the most scientific or researched tips, but I’ve been in this industry long enough to know how things work, and how to do things the right way.
So, enjoy this week’s Harvest Special while you trim up some beautiful ganja with your team, or roll one up and relax after a long day at the grow with The Real Dirt Podcast.