TULSA, Okla. - The owners of Grogg's Green Barn told FOX23 that they are seeing an increase in the number of customers wanting to know how to grow medical marijuana.
The owners of the business, which focuses on hydroponics and local gardening, said they were expecting questions about medical marijuana after State Question 788 passed, but the number of questions about hydroponics has been an overwhelming, and it's been a positive experience.
“It’s just another plant here. We have no objections to talking about it. We’ve had family members who’ve benefited from medical cannabis, and so we understand the importance and why some people are seeking to grow their own.”
There are questions about where to get marijuana seeds, the systems sold at Grogg's have piqued interest in potential medical cannabis users because it allows them to grow marijuana year-round instead of just in the spring and summer, like some other outside plants are grown, according to the owners.
The owners also told FOX23 that if business continues to grow, they are looking at possibly opening the building next door to strictly focus on hydroponics while their original store will focus on gardening.
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