“You don’t need to be a grower to be fascinated by all the money and facilities that are being created all over Canada and the United States right now to keep up with the demand of recreational and medical users. That’s what makes this show great; it’s open to anyone with a curiosity, which I think is something that’s becoming more socially acceptable and widespread as political progression leads towards a future of legal cannabis.” And of course for any good show it always helps to have an attractive host. Growing Exposed feels very lucky to have Amanda MacKay, who comes with a long list of previous television experience. Early in her career she got her start as an MTV Canada host, later becoming known for appearances in E3: All Access Live, GT TV, Gametrailers, and variouslive launch events across the Spike TV and MTV networks. Filmed just outside where she now calls home in Los Angeles, Amanda sets up the visits to the garden tours from a Woodland Hills studio, throwing between the garden tour with ask the expert segments that bring more insight into the hydroponics world. Not only does the film crew give you unprecedented access into a new large-scale licensed commercial grow-op each episode, but they also discuss the differences, pros, cons, strains, methods and equipment they use in their highly specific (and highly expensive) set-ups. Author of The Grower’s Handbook, David Robinson, has a segment in each episode where he helps simplify the growing process helping beginner to expert growers. In addtion to David’s advice, there is another segment that interviews the companies that are creating products for the hydroponic industry. Growing Exposed takes you inside the manufacturing process, making sure you are hearing information on leading-edge products direct from the horse’s mouth. This show is going places, it’s only the first of many new radical cannabis resources set to emerge over the next few years, but don’t take our word for it, go check out the first four episodes online at GrowingExposed.com
I have no doubt that social curiosity of how cannabis is grown and the people behind it is enough to make this show popular.
Stoner Cultivation | Growing Exposed | From Seed to WeedBy Jeremy Deichen
A new series is exploring the big business of cannabis cultivation.