WeGrow offers equipment and training for those interested in cultivating medical marijuana. The store’s opening in Northeast Washington coincides with the District’s selection of six companies to supply medical marijuana to users.
March 30, 2012 People listen to hydroponic expert Adam Rich, left, as he introduces a hydroponic plant growing system in the weGrow marijuana cultivation supply store during its grand opening in Washington. The store on Rhode Island Avenue NE provides one-stop shopping for supplies and training to grow plants indoors, from tomatoes to medical marijuana, though not the actual marijuana plants or seeds. The D.C. government announced that it has picked six companies to grow marijuana and sell medical cannabis to registered patients.Alex Wong/GETTY IMAGES
Trays, lighting, soil, tools — if you need it to grow plants in a controlled, indoor space you’ll find it at weGrow, “the first hydro store to come out and say that our products are used to cultivate medical marijuana.”
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