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Photo: MAURO PIMENTEL (Getty Images) Newbie buyers of legal cannabis are confronted with a veritable encyclopedia of new terms and varying options when all they are trying to do is buy some weed. Gone are the days when you made do with whatever the guy you knew had on hand; now, buying weed can be as complicated as you want it to be (if not more so). To everyone but the hyper-initiated, wading through the the menu at your local dispensary is like diving into the literal weeds, and there’s a lot more to keep track of than the difference between indica and sativa. True weed connoisseurs know that even seemingly minor details—like how the cannabis plant was grown—matter. But the difference between indoor, outdoor, sun grown, and all the other bud categories will mean next-to-nothing if you’re a newbie, or even an experienced imbiber suddenly blessed by choice. Getting good weed advice is a way of smashing lingering taboos against the drug and holding the budding industry accountable, so it’s worth educated on some of these finer points. SO today, I’m going to explore the primary differences between indoor- and outdoor-grown cannabis as it relates to you, the buyer. These plant categories can end up becoming preferences, and while some people are firmly on team indoor or outdoor, many just want to try the goods and are open to having a different experience each time they light it up. Why is this even an issue? Before prohibition, both […]