WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., Dec. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- GrowLife, Inc. (OTCBB: PHOT), a completely legal provider of highly effective indoor growing technologies that service the blossoming marijuana industry, today announced an enhanced focus on beginner growers and hobbyists. Last week's announcement by President Obama, stating that federal authorities would not make it a "top priority" to step in and assert federal law in Washington and Colorado, was greeted with cheers by many activists, and sets the stage for a significant new market opportunity targeting beginners interested in growing their own marijuana. "Individual and hobbyist marijuana growers represent a large and growing target market for our unique products given recent legalization efforts," said GrowLife, Inc. CEO Sterling Scott. "Several states have made it legal to grow personal marijuana plants for recreational or medicinal use, which has led to significant demand for many of our product lines, including Phototron units, high-efficiency LEDs, and remote control, wireless sensors that make growing a breeze." GrowLife's automated Phototron units enable beginner growers to achieve expert results the first time around, while teaching users many valuable lessons in horticulture along the way. The company's LEDs can help dramatically reduce energy costs and heat problems while providing equivalent results as standard HID lighting applications. And, the firm's new sensors allow you to run these products, and many others, from any smart phone or tablet. Commercial growers also benefit from the same unique technologies on a commercial scale, especially from cheap and discrete bulk ordering through GrowLife's Greners.com subsidiary. All GrowLife products, along with a complete suite of the industry's most trusted and advanced gardening supplies, can be ordered on Greners.com for the lowest prices available online. GrowLife's consortium of companies actively participate in all channels of commerce for distribution and sales, including operating on-line and retail outlets for direct consumer sales and the supply of specialty GrowLife company products to wholesale and retail channels. And, while supporting progressive normalization of cannabis laws, the company does not grow, sell or distribute any substances that violate U.S. law or the Federal Controlled Substances Act.