From growing your own flower and smoking your own marijuana, to buying weed in a market where it’s sold in bags of 10 or more, the Philippines is the place to be in 2018.
But there are a few things you should know about growing your first plant and what to expect from the growing season.
What to expect: There are no official prices on weed.
The government says prices range from about $4 to $20 per gram.
You’ll need to be able to afford to pay, though the government has raised the price of weed in some areas to about $100 per gram, depending on your location.
Growing marijuana: Growing marijuana is the most legal activity in the country, but you won’t find a lot of farmers in the countryside, which is why the market is so sparse.
There are plenty of marijuana growers in the capital, Manila, and the surrounding countryside, but not much of a supply.
Where to buy it: There’s a lot to see and do in the cities, but most marijuana is sold in shops or on the street.
It’s also legal to grow at home.
Where not to buy: The government doesn’t officially allow recreational use of marijuana.
There’s no smoking of pot in public.
There is also no smoking indoors in public, and no marijuana can be bought in shops.
But you can legally buy it on the internet and at a few convenience stores in the main cities.
How to grow your first marijuana plant: You can grow marijuana at home, or in a pot garden.
You can use a mix of weed and seed to help you start, but seed must be kept dry, and you must have a supply of pot.
To start, cut up the plants into smaller pieces.
Put them in a jar, and cover with water.
Leave them in the shade.
You don’t want the soil too dry, so put a layer of dirt around the plant.
You may have to cut off the leaves to get a good seal.
After about a week, the plant should be ready for harvesting.
How long it takes to grow marijuana: Growers typically start growing marijuana plants in about four to five weeks.
But some growers wait until they’ve been growing plants for a year or more.
In this case, growers may need to start growing plants more slowly, because of the increased need for seed and the need to cut down trees to save seeds.
The growing season is usually shorter, and weed can be harvested in early March.
How much marijuana you can buy: You will need to buy at least 20 grams of marijuana for your first grow, or more if you’re buying the whole plant.
A bag of 10 marijuana plants costs about $1,000, according to the Philippine government.
There can be as many as 50 marijuana plants to a bag, and growers typically need about 15 to 20 marijuana plants for their first batch.
What you can and can’t buy: In some areas, you can only buy marijuana at certain stores and on certain days.
You also can’t eat marijuana or drink it, though some shops sell beer and wine.
What happens to your plants: After they’re harvested, marijuana plants can be sold in the market for a profit.
The market is divided into five parts, and each of those sections sells marijuana for different prices.
What the government does about marijuana: The Philippine government does not currently have any specific plans to regulate marijuana, though it has introduced some restrictions on the use of weed.
Some of the new restrictions include banning outdoor consumption of marijuana, allowing only one caregiver to be at a time at a single marijuana grow, and requiring growers to keep their marijuana plants under lock and key.
If you want to grow cannabis, you’ll need a permit to do so.
If that doesn’t work out, you could end up in jail or be fined.
The Philippines government has not said if it will ban marijuana, which would make it illegal.
The country’s marijuana use rate is higher than in most other nations.
But the country is not considered a safe haven for drug use.
The Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte, has threatened to use his military against any citizen who uses marijuana, even if it’s legal.